The What’s in the Bible? Church Edition was built for a specific audience – children’s ministries! But children’s ministry is a broad and beautiful thing that touches the lives of many … leaders, volunteers, moms, dads, grandparents, and – of course! – kids.
So when we built the What’s in the Bible? Church Edition, it was about resourcing a specific audience for a specific time (churches during Sunday School, or other ministry times) – but we also intentionally have paired it with amazing resources that kids can take home. So while the curriculum lessons are perfect for the classroom, What’s in the Bible? can extend far beyond the church walls.
Here are some of the ways you can send What’s in the Bible? home with your families:
The What’s in the Bible? Church Edition is based on the What’s in the Bible? video series, which is available on DVD. Each of the 13 DVDs contains two 30-minute episodes that the whole family will love! You can email your churches links to buy the DVDs or digital downloads here: http://bit.ly/WITBStreamorBuy. Churches can also purchase copies of the DVDs to loan out to families on a weekly basis.
2. Stream What’s in the Bible?
What’s in the Bible? videos are available on several streaming services including Amazon and iTunes. You can view all the options here: http://bit.ly/WITBStreamorBuy
3. What’s in the Bible? Web Resources
Direct families to whatsinthebible.com/activities to find free printables – like Bible coloring pages – they can download. The What’s in the Bible? blog also has amazing articles to help families connect the Bible and their faith to their everyday life.
4. What’s in the Bible? on Facebook
Find What’s in the Bible? on Facebook to stay up to date with new blogs, resources, and promotions, plus a Verse of the Day.
What’s in the Bible? is available for streaming on JellyTelly, a video and game site created by Phil Vischer. For a $5 monthly subscription, families can stream unlimited videos from the largest catalog of Christian family videos. JellyTelly has apps on iOs and Android and also has a Roku channel. Each week, subscribers receive a family devotion via email.