Episode 8: A King for the Hebrews – The “teenpack” is transported back to the time of Samuel the Prophet. In his old age, Samuel asks God, on behalf of the restless Hebrews, for a King to rule them. Episode 9: Saul Takes Charge –This “teenpack” adventure finds the group at Saul’s father’s farm where Saul, a shy farmer, has become king of Israel. Saul’s newfound status has left him little time to consult with God and he is headed in the wrong direction. Teaches teens to decide how far one should we go with a leader who is headed in the wrong way?
One day his teacher gives her students plastic eggs with the instructions to fill them with something that symbolizes Easter and new life. Jeremy's response to the assignment astonishes everyone. Inspired by Ida Mae Kempel's award-winning, true short story, "What Was in Jeremy's Egg?"
Use this five-part series to introduce your children and grandchildren to Jesus. If you are a parent or a grandparent, you are aware of the amazing capacity of small children to learn at a fantastic rate. They will pick up a lot you might wish they didn't. So don't miss the opportunity to insure they also are exposed to the most important sources that will deeply imprint their young hearts and minds for a lifetime.
This program will help children learn to love the Scriptures. The Gospels are full of wonderful stories about Jesus and stories Jesus told. These colorful, live-action programs for children bring to life Jesus’ teaching, healing and caring. Using humor and emotion, they provide a fresh approach to Bible study.
The thrilling Biblical story of Joseph is told in this high quality 3-D animated feature film for children ages 5 and up.
Grandpa Jim is scheduled to make a guest appearance in a special Christmas program in Branson, Missouri. Backstage at the program , it is chaos--the children are out of control, and the director is out of patience. To make matters worse, Grandpa Jim's truck breaks down on the way to the performance.
This is a story that goes back to the medieval world of King Arthur and his knights of the Round Table. The adventure of Percival, his obsession to be one of King Arthur's knights and his search for the Holy Grail, is a timeless story. It sets forth the pilgrimage through life that challenges us all, depicting the perennial human quest to find personal identity and pursue life goals. Excellent for exploring basic life questions with young people. Illustrated story. A discussion guide can be downloaded above.
Little Shepherd is a playful drama with an endearing message that will captivate the entire family. In the dark of night, the fields surrounding Bethlehem are alive with expectation. Wolves have been spotted and every shepherd is nervous -- including young Joel and his family. Yet what is about to happen is not expected at all!
Micah, a poor shepherd boy, makes a wonderful discovery amidst the tumult and uncertainty of ancient Israel at the time of Christ’s birth.
Billy is a future rodeo champion. Already at 13, he is close to being named Junior Champion Cowboy. Together with his Uncle Wilbur, a famous rodeo clown, he tours the rodeo circuit. In the weeks of intense competition, Billy comes to realize that it takes more than athletic ability to be a true champion, and that with Christ as his personal Saviour he can truly be... More Than a Champion. Here’s a delightful film for the entire family -- filled with rodeo action, weaving a tender story of love, Christian understanding, and spiritual change around real-life experiences.
"Whatever you do unto the least of these, you do unto me." Mother Teresa always remembered these words of Jesus. She said that she saw the face of Jesus in the face of each sick and dying person she helped. She asked the whole world to look for Jesus' face there, too.
This is a brief, animated version of John Bunyan's timeless story - Pilgrim's Progress.
Through traditional and original prayers, stories and songs, your little ones will learn the joy of daily prayer.
Respecting others - You can show a person how valuable they are by listening to them when they talk…even if that means putting down a video game or cell phone.
Jesus told simple stories so everyone who heard them would understand the message. Host Jim Bergwall takes the seeds of these stories, digs into them and illustrates with hands-on teaching how "good fruit doesn't just happen." Three segments.
Seven Alone is an inspiring saga of heroism and a family’s perseverance in the rugged Old West. The death of their parents leaves these seven gallant youngsters alone and facing nearly certain death.
A grandfather uses Oscar Wilde's timeless tale, "The Story of the Selfish Giant," to unlock the true meaning of Christmas for his granddaughter. In this story of love and sacrifice, the selfish giant learns that God's unselfish gift encourages us to be filled with joy. Children of all ages will be enchanted by this charming story and its strong Christian message. Original artwork and music are sure to make this a holiday favorite for years and years to come.
This animated episode brings the Bible to life in a new way for kids. With a laptop computer as the stage, the characters dive into these miraculous stories to learn about God's love. Storyteller Cafe: The Rebel -- This story about Jonah and the whale helps children understand how disobedience to God can have very serious consequences. Join Pete and the gang as they discover Biblical truths in a most unusual manner!
"The Seven Baths" is an exciting show about the importance and power of following God's direction. Naaman, though a great warrior, found himself fighting for his life as he searched for a cure for his illness. He discovered that by listening to God amazing things happen, including miracles!
This marvelous animation introduces the Ten Commandments in stories that children of today can relate to and understand in their own way.
A family detective story with a lesson on honesty and forgiveness. Young Leon is new in town and wants to fit in. He tries to join a local club of self-styled sleuths called the “Mountain Bike Detective Club,” but he’s got a problem.