The Easter Story from “What’s in the Bible” (Plus a great giveaway!!!)

Oh, my friends…I have SUCH a treat to share with you today!

What's In The BibleMy friends from “What’s In the Bible” have edited one of their DVD’s into an 11-minute video that shares the GOOD NEWS of the gospel…and it is absolutely free, and yours for the clicking!

Have a look:

This video is everything you’d expect from Veggie Tales creator, Phil Vischer, and his team…fabulous story-telling, solid Biblical content, and lots of fun. I was especially impressed with the visual representation of sin, making this abstract concept a bit more concrete, especially for those kids who need strong visual cues. In addition, the creators took great care to tell about the crucifixion in an honest, but not frightening way…an important balance for all kids, but especially for those who struggle with anxiety.

And guess what?? My wonderful friend, Amy Dolan, who is part of this team, said that the WITB folks will be happy to give a set of curriculum that accompanies this video to one of you!! What a perfect present for your Easter basket.

If you’d like to win, please leave me a comment or send an email to katie@keyministry.org  no later than 11 pm EST on Thursday, March 28. I’ll announce the winner on Friday!

Easter blessings, friends!
Katie

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6 thoughts on “The Easter Story from “What’s in the Bible” (Plus a great giveaway!!!)

  1. Katie – I haven’t watched any of these videos as of yet – what’s the best age range? Would they be good for 2nd -5th graders for children’s church? Younger? Just curious! My tv viewing time is extremely limited these days! :-).

  2. What a great video! Our special needs ministry would be so enhanced with the full curriculum. Thank you for sharing.

  3. We would love to be considered for this! I have been trying to figure out which DVD to cover first, I want to base our Bible curriculum around it after the Easer holiday, I think it will bring things to life better than what we were doing before.

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