Easter Video Series: How Does Volume 10 Tell the Story of Easter and Share the Gospel?

In this Easter video series, What’s in the Bible? creator Phil Vischer explains how he shares the Gospel with kids in Buck Denver Asks … What’s in the Bible? Volume 10: Jesus is the Good News [Matthew, Mark, Luke & John].

After he finishes the story of Jesus’ death and resurrection, Vischer takes a few minutes to talk to kids about what those events mean for our lives. Jesus came to bring the Kingdom of God – and we are all invited to be a part of it. But, as Vischer explains in the video, that conversation is tricky to have from a screen.

“I am very uncomfortable with cartoon characters or puppets or even electronic media trying to bring kids all the way to the point of salvation,” Vischer said.

Vischer explains that that role should be passed to a parent, Sunday School teacher or pastor – and he passes kids on to them at the end of the DVD.

“What I do is walk kids right up to that point,” he said. “I think that’s the appropriate place to stop, and for a real person to take over.”

If a child comes to you and asks how they can be saved, some great ideas for explaining salvation to kids can be found here.

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i would like to show a video to my class about the real meaning of easter. I am a pubic teacher and I risk it to bring salvation to my kids. However, a video makes it very easy. If Buck would explain Easter it would be fantastic


You know, the more I see and hear Phil talk, the more I admire his beliefs and am so thankful for his heart for kids. Thank you for making these videos.


I gave my heart to Christ via an "alter call" at the end of an episode of Gospel Bill. No real person was involved. So there is certainly a time and a place for it. That being said, I'm thankful that Phil chose to follow his convictions. It wouldn't have taken anything at all to end that episode just like those old Gospel Bill episodes.