Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Learning from a Mouse? Theo: God's Truth with $10 Family Christian Certificate #Giveaway!

Product in this post was received for review from Family Christian Stores. This post may contain affiliate links where I will receive a percentage when you purchase through the link. 

Well friends, I apologize for being away from my blog so much recently. I have been sick, still don't feel great, and our internet has been up and down all week. We have it for 10 minutes and then don't have it for an hour. And a couple days it has been out all day. So definitely hard to get work done online without wifi:) I have been dying to tell you all about this review though so here goes. The first time I heard about this series called Theo I wasn't sure what to expect. Theo is a character who lives in an English village. Now the fun part of this show would be the two mice that he teaches. Or they teach him? It goes both ways at times:) And get the names of the mice, Luther and Belfry!! Needless to say, after watching God's Love I knew right away I was going to like them. The latest one I got for review is called God's Truth.



The film is probably for younger children than we have in the house but they still enjoyed watching the program. It is interesting and I love how it teaches theology in a way that younger ones can understand easily. This doesn't just teach moral lessons, this teaches Bible lessons and doctrine in a way I have never seen before through DVD.

If you have young children/grandchildren or you work anywhere with little ones, this would be excellent to pick up. I have passed my copy on to the local library so it can be viewed by everyone. Take a look at the trailer below and see how interesting this is!!




THE GIVEAWAY!!
I was given the chance to host a $10 Family Christian appreciation certificate giveaway for one of my readers. This can be used in store or over the phone. Giveaway is for US only and will end 1/28. Winner will be chosen through Random.org and will have 48 hours to respond or another winner will be picked.

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**DISCLOSURE: I was given a free product in exchange for an honest review. No other compensation was given, and all thoughts are 100% mine. Please read my full disclosure policy HERE.**

26 comments:

Learn to be a Mom said...

I am not sure if VeggieTales count as a teaching tools. I love it though. My kiddos remember many Bible stories because of it.

Narathip Wall

Kim PhilanthropicHR said...

I like Pahapahooey Island. They are a lot of fun and teach godly values.

Kim PhilanthropicHR said...

I want 23 Blast the DVD that just left theaters a few months ago.

tannawings said...

My favorite teaching tool is the Bible itself. I like the childrens version for kids.
ellen beck

kathy dalton said...

i read the bible to my grandkids as a teaching program

kathy dalton said...

i love the newsboys cd

Melanie @ bear rabbit bear said...

Jesus calling devotional for kids .

Melanie @ bear rabbit bear said...

I like the Fisher Price Little People Noah's Ark toy

Jeniffer D said...

We really enjoy What's in the Bible dvds.

Jeniffer D said...

I would really like to get a new wallet, so I'd probably buy that.

Angela snoozy said...

My favorite teaching tool is God and Me! Devotions for Girls - I think they also have one for boys too.

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Angela snoozy said...

I would love to get the Wow Christmas (2013) CD!

andysavi.mom@gmail.com

Anne D. said...

We love Holy Heroes:)
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Anne D. said...

I love "The Family Guide to The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe"
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Anne D. said...

I left a comment on HapiMomi app review
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Kristie said...

I like to use DVDs like VeggieTales and children's Bibles with illustrations. kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you.

Kristie said...

I would love to preorder "Love Letters" by Beverly Lewis. Amish fiction is my favorite! kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you.

Anne D. said...

I really love their Penny Black Clear Stamps 5"X7.5" Sheet-Betsy Bluebell
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Rachael Koppendrayer said...

Adventures in Odyssey and Veggie Tales were among my favorites. I'm a bit out of the loop as to what's out there now!

Rachael Koppendrayer said...

I love historical fiction, and Ring of Secrets by Roseanna M White is quite high on my list!

Kim PhilanthropicHR said...

I like the Children's Bible series on DVD.

Anonymous said...

I like the Bibleman videos

dawn keenan said...

Kids have such a short attention span these days, that I think you need a combo of books, dvds, etc to get your message across.

kathy dalton said...

id love a toby mac cd

kathy dalton said...

i would love the holy land book

Jennifer aGlimpseOfOurLife said...

My favorite curriculum for my kids uses a lot of books, so we read together a lot.

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