What’s in the Bible? Goes New Testament! {Giveaway}

The much anticipated TENTH volume of What’s in the Bible? has arrived and the timing is just perfect!

What’s in the Bible? Volume 10: Jesus is the Good News takes the series into the New Testament for the first time. The two 25-minute episodes cover time between the Old and New Testament, the four gospels and the life of Jesus here on earth.

This volume follows in the great tradition of What’s in the Bible?, providing lots of Bible information, heart application, music and laughter! The meaning of “New Testament,” the authors of the gospels,the life of Jesus, and much more are covered in the smart and witty Phil Vischer-style we’ve all come to love!

I mentioned the perfect timing because this DVD is a wonderful resource to share about Jesus’s death and resurrection during this Lent and Easter season! I was so moved by the way What’s in the Bible? handled this tough subject for kids – with music and sorrow and gratitude to Jesus for His sacrifice for our sins. I definitely teared up watching it. I also applaud What’s in the Bible? for including a call for salvation for kids AND adults in this volume, encouraging those who don’t know Jesus to talk to a friend or pastor. I pray this will reach and change many hearts for Him!

 

If your family hasn’t started your What’s in the Bible? collection yet, you can get a great deal on all TEN volumes that have been released through the rest of this month! Order volumes one through ten as a bundle and enter the code BUNDLE10 at checkout to get 20% off!

What's in the Bible Vol 10 Giveaway

I have a copy of Volume 1 AND Volume 10 to give away to one of you today! These would be great to stick in your kids’ Easter basket! Just enter below!

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*I was provided a copy of this DVD to review as well as giveaway copies. I was not compensated in any other way for this post, and all opinions are 100% my own.

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  1. We read the Easter story in the weeks leading up. I would love a Truth in Tinsel type devotion for kids though.

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  2. We do resurrection eggs with a book called Benjamin’s Box.

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  3. Stephanie says:

    We have not yet purchased a What’s in the Bible DVD but heard amazing things… can’t wait to introduce this series to our boys!

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  4. We don’t have a special tradition for Easter, other than discussing the real reason for Easter, but I would love to start one! I think I’ll see what I can find out about resurrection eggs! :)

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  5. We read The Three Trees: A Traditional Folktale by Elena Pasquali, decorate eggs and talk about how Easter eggs symbolize the empty tomb and act as a reminder of Christ’s resurrection from the dead.

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  6. WeLOVE these DVDs. Our only special Easter tradition, other than baskets and egg hunts, is going to our church’s picnic.

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  7. Samantha says:

    We do not have a tradition. The only thing we do is hide eggs and tell the story of what Jesus did for us. I wanted to do something different this year and this would be perfect for Easter, as well as for a study to do this summer. Great giveaway.

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  8. We haven’t seen these videos yet; we’ve been meaning to get them, and just haven’t had a chance yet. This would be great, not only for our kids, but the babysitting kids I have, too!

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  9. I’ve wanted to get my kids the What’s in the Bible? DVDs for a while. I’m trying to phase out secular DVDs and get them more into things like What’s in the Bible and Veggie Tales.

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  10. We celebrate Passover and read the Bible story of the crucifixion and resurrection. We eat traditional Jewish foods like Matza bread and Charoset and we do communion together. We pray and do worship songs as a family and thank God for the precious gift of His son Jesus.

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  11. What a fun Easter basket surprise! I remember getting surprises when I was a kid and now my girls enjoy it too!

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  12. We’ve made resurrection rolls the past couple of years, which has been a neat illustration to show the marshmallow not being in the “tomb” after they’re baked. We also do Easter baskets that tell the story of Jesus with their treats.
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  13. We have read books like the Three Trees, and do Ann Voskamp’s Easter devos/crafts among other craft projects I find on Pinterest.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  14. we love these videos! we too read Three Trees and discuss the Easter story.

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  15. We watch the The Animated Passion Trilogy.

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  16. Allison says:

    Resurrection Tree

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  17. Our traditions revolve around reading about the life of Christ and build up to the passion week. We’ve made resurrection cookies for years. My daughter who is married is continuing that tradition with her daughters.
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  18. We don’t do anything particularly special but we do talk about the truth of Easter frequently. For fun we do hide eggs but I don’t do anything to try and connect the Easter story with the eggs or things like that.
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  19. We make Easter a big deal by doing various activities in the weeks leading up to Easter. One of my simple favorites is also to ask for the song list from our church. We read the lyrics, sing and dance around. That way when Easter morning comes, they can joyfully shout and sing with the rest of us as we celebrate the best news in all creation!

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  20. ColleenMarie82 says:

    The true meaning of Easter is talked about first, then we mix the bunny in some as well.

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  21. Alia K. says:

    We try to put our focus on the true meaning of Easter. We use Resurrection Easter eggs to retell the Easter story.

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  22. Tammy Kindig says:

    For Easter we always but something Biblical in the baskets. What a great addition this would make for our sons.

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  23. I’ve been looking for something like this for my kids.

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  24. April R. says:

    This is our first year doing Resurrection Eggs with my two and a half year old!

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  25. I believe we have volume 1 but it would be fun to share with friends who are fostering a set of 3 siblings AND expecting their first soon.
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  26. elizabeth mclaughlin says:

    Thanks for the contest!

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  27. We do the resurrection eggs, read books, and do resurrection rolls. I’ve been wanting these videos for my boys! Maybe for Easter…. :)
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  28. Jessica J says:

    We make our focus Jesus. We talk about the different events leading up to His death, why He died for us, but most importantly that He is Risen. The Resurrection Eggs are a good visual for my kids. We’ve even made an empty tomb.

    We’ve just been introduced to these DVD’s. They are great!

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  29. easter story from bible, resurrection eggs, tale of 3 trees….. resurrection rolls and cookies….

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  30. This WOULD make a great easter gift!

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