Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Wanderin’ in the Desert ~ What’s in the Bible? DVD 3

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What's in the Bible 3

If anyone can make learning about the books of Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy fun…Phil Visher is the one who can. I had seen little snippets of the video, but wasn’t too sure that it would hold our kid’s interest ~ even though they absolutely loved the first two episodes of What’s in the Bible.

I was oh-so-wrong.

We took What’s in the Bible 3 ~ Wanderin’ in the Desert along with us when we went on vacation and popped it in for all four of our kids {ages 3-9}…and the giggles started and multiplied. I had started reading through the Bible again and was working my way through Numbers while we were watching this ~ and I was laughing along with the kids.

During the 2 25 minute episodes on Wanderin’ in the Desert you’ll learn:

Part 1: Don’t lie, don’t cheat … don’t trim your beard? The Old Testament is full of rules, and some of them are kind of, well, weird. Learn why God gave all these rules to Israel and which ones still apply to us today!

Part 2: What is a Pentateuch? Learn about Israel’s 40-year “time-out” as we finish the first five books of the Bible! Plus, discover why we can believe what the Bible says – even though we weren’t there to see it happen!

{from the What’s in the Bible? website}

Here’s a little peek at the description of Numbers from the Sunday School lady and Pastor Paul:

{Email subscribers can see the video here}

You can order the What’s in the Bible? dvds from their website, order it through ChristianBook.com or pick it up at your local Christian bookstore. Downloads of episodes are also available from the What’s in the Bible? website

A few other resources:

~ My review of What’s in the Bible 1 & 2

~ Visit the What’s in the Bible blog

~ What’s in the Bible Facebook fan page

~ Follow What’s in the Bible on Twitter

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This product was provided for review by Tyndale House. All opinions expressed in this review are solely my own…or my children’s.

4 comments:

  1. Jolanthe - what an awesome gift to get for the kids! Thanks for sharing these! I'm going to post this on my homeschool blog too!

    Love you!
    Jill

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  2. gotta love Phil Visher's creations! Sounds like a fun movie!

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  3. How fun! Maybe I should watch them too! After reading through Levitcus and Numbers in the #B90Days challenge, I could use hearing it in a more entertaining fashion. Although I must confess that I though 1 Chronicles was way worse. :)

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  4. Jolanthe - what an awesome gift to get for the kids! Thanks for sharing these! I'm going to post this on my homeschool blog too!

    Love you!
    Jill

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