The What’s in the Bible? December Update

Here’s the latest from the team at Buck Denver Asks… What’s in the Bible?

 Volume 13 Cover and Title Revealed!

What's in the Bible DVD 13 God's Kingdom Comes General Epistles and RevelationIt’s official. We’re thrilled to share the final volume cover and title of Buck Denver Asks…What’s in the Bible? series.

Starting in March 2014, you’ll be able to pick up “God’s Kingdom Comes!” in stores or online. The final DVD covers the General Epistles and Revelation.

Learn more about what it means to be a follower of Jesus from the books of Hebrews and James, and then watch Buck Denver and friends learn about John’s visions in Revelation and the coming kingdom of God!


Buck Denver Asks…What’s in the Bible? VBS Update

What's in the Bible? VBS LogoSpeaking of cover and title news, our team continues to work on developing the new Vacation Bible School for Summer 2014. Here’s a peek at the brand new logo! Read more here and sign up to stay in-the-know on the arrival of VBS, as only What’s in the Bible? can do it – for the whole family!




DVDs 1, 10, and Why Do We Call It Christmas? only $34.99

What's in the Bible? Christmas DVD PackNeed a great gift to introduce the What’s In The Bible? series to someone in your life? Buy a bundle of DVDs 1, 10, and Why Do We Call It Christmas? for only $34.99 and receive free shipping plus a free What’s In The Bible? CD!


Family Christmas Sing-Along

What's in the Bible? Family Christmas Singalong
Looking for a fun activity for the whole family this Christmas season? Download the Family Christmas Sing-Along and sing Christmas carols together! Each song features an accompanying singalong video so you and your kids can sing along with your favorite What’s in the Bible? characters!

Christmas Reading Plan for the Whole Family

What's the Bible YouVersion Reading PlanHave you heard about Clive & Ian’s 12 Questions of Christmas? This Christmas season, you can work through a 10-day Advent Reading Plan powered by YouVersion with your family.

Follow along with Clive & Ian as they discuss questions like “What are the 12 days of Christmas?, “Was Jesus really born on December 25?,” and “What does Santa Claus have to do with Jesus’ birthday?” each day. Start this Advent Reading Plan for free right now!

Buck Denver Asks…What’s in the Bible? LIVE on Amazon Instant and Vimeo

We’re excited to report that all of the Buck Denver Asks…What’s in the Bible? volumes are up on Vimeo for rental and purchase. Several episodes are also now available on Amazon Instant Video, with the remaining volumes releasing very soon. We hope you continue to enjoy more ways to watch Buck Denver and friends!

Why Do We Call it Christmas? On Tour – with Phil Vischer

This Christmas season, Phil has been on the road to share stories surrounding the true meaning of Christmas and how families can experience a more meaningful holiday together.

Phil Vischer Why Do we Call it Christmas Church EventThe WITB team held its first-ever Christmas events for families in Colorado Springs, CO this past December 1st and in The Woodlands, TX on December 8th. They were both fun evenings for families to play trivia, hear from Phil Vischer (and a few of his friends like Bob the Tomato, Pa Grape, Buck Denver, Sunday School Lady, Clive and Ian and more!) and watch the Buck Denver Asks…Why Do We Call it Christmas? movie together. We loved being with our friends at Woodman Valley Chapel church in the heart of Colorado Springs and Faith Bible Church in The Woodlands.

We have one more event this weekend! If you or someone you know will be in the Sacramento, California area, we’d love to see you. Here’s where you can find us next:

+ December 15: Adventure Christian Church in Sacramento, CA

Keep your eyes peeled next year for our What’s in the Bible? 2014 Live Event Tour Dates!

The Phil Vischer Podcast

What’s the latest on Phil’s podcast? You can find his podcast on his website or via iTunes under The Phil Vischer Podcast. Here’s what’s been happening…

+ Episode 77: Women, Christianity, and the Gospel?!
+ Episode 78: Science, the Meaning of Life, and Stephen Colbert!
+ Episode 79: Sweaty Atheists and Drew Dyck on Generation Ex: Christian!
+ Episode 80: Thanksgiving, Walmart, and Science vs. the Bible w/John Walton (Old Testament scholar)

+ Episode 81: The Pope, Batman, and Magic with Drew Dyck


JellyTelly News

New Shows on JellyTelly

Friends & Heroes LogoCurious what other faith-based, family-friendly programs are out there? JellyTelly is the place to be! In the last month, we’ve added Gigi: God’s Little Princess, Friends & Heroes and Hermie & Friends, a series developed by Max Lucado. And as a special Christmas gift from our What’s in the Bible? family to yours, Buck Denver Asks…Why Do We Call It Christmas? is now available on JellyTelly! Volumes 11 and 12 are coming soon, too!

Join JellyTelly today for the best in kids Christian media! Use coupon code WITB1213 to get your first month free. And don’t forget to peruse the new JellyTelly Show Guide to read details about each series available on JellyTelly so you can decide which programs are the right ones for your children and when.

…and the Team Spotlight

To continue along in our series of highlighting the team of people who work alongside Phil on the What’s in the Bible? team, this month we’re spotlighting Paul Conrad.

Paul and Lora Conrad

Paul is the Creative Director on the What’s in the Bible? team. As Creative Director, Paul is one of the team members who truly brings the characters to life! A talented artist, Paul has been with the WITB crew for 5 years, but he and Phil have worked together for over 14 years! Before joining the WITB team, he worked as an artist at Pixar Animation Studios, so you may have enjoyed Paul’s other work in Pixar’s movies Up and Cars 2.

Paul graduated from the University of Missouri and is originally from Clinton, Missouri. He, his wife Lora and their three sons (ages 11, 13, and 15) have lived in Nashville for nine years (minus one year spent in San Francisco during that time). When he’s not hard at work with our team, you can find Paul enjoying the great outdoors hiking and jeeping or putting his creativity into personal art and drawing.

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