We’ve been watching The Bible on Sunday evenings. (Yes, doing a little cable experiment at our home for the first time in 9 years). It’s not looking good for cable… I’ll keep you posted.) We try to let the kids watch (they want to!) but the problem is that The Bible is gory. And violent. And rather scary for children (and adults!) at times. Ick.
It’s hard to tell the kids, “No, you can’t watch The Bible.” Feels all sorts of wrong, because they are hungry for the stories and the knowledge.
Our solution? What’s in the Bible DVDs! Now we’re talking! VeggieTales creator Phil Vischer and a bunch of hilarious friends explain the entire Bible to kids in this groundbreaking, fast-paced, and fun-filled DVD series!
Now that sounds like family movie night! Our kids are getting this DVD set in their Easter baskets this year, and I believe it’s safe to say we’ll be forgiven for not letting them watch The Bible with us on Sunday nights. The same stories presented in kid-friendly fashion? Yes, please! And since they’re created by Phil Vischer, I know we can’t go wrong. We love us some Veggie Tales around here!
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Do you participate in the Easter basket tradition? What items do you include? How do you keep the “reason for the Easter season?”