What’s in the Bible Curriculum for Churches

What's in the Bible Curriculum

You know I’m a fan of the What’s in the Bible?, so I was excited when their team contacted me about running a promotion on our website.

They are developing a curriculum series for churches based on the DVDs. From what I’ve heard and previewed, it’s a great option for serious Bible education that kids will love.

If you don’t own their DVDs yet, you might want to add them to your personal or church library.¬†Click here to learn more on the official website. For a limited time you can use the coupon code “ministrytochildren” to get free shipping.

They want to giveaway one set of the first 3 volumes, which equals 12 weeks of curriculum. The retail value of that bundle is $240. Currently they sell it for $199.99.

This drawing has ended and the winner has been notified by email. Thanks for all the great comments and thanks to What’s in the Bible for the great giveaway.


Comments

  1. says

    I just ran the random drawing and comment #43 Susan Schlittler was the winner. Thanks to everyone who left their feedback. Look from more giveaways soon.

  2. says

    I saw this curriculum demonstrated at the Northwest Ministry Conference last month by Johny Rogers and was so impressed by it that I immediately decided that is what we’re using next year in Kid’s Church. The Bible content is so strong that all of us Children’s Pastors were learning from it and when Johnny tried to turn it off halfway through a video, there was a huge uproar. We made him finish the video. We just loved it!

  3. Jenny says

    This looks really fun and would love to try it. I’m wondering what printing costs would be for the take home cards and handouts for lessons for the kids. Thanks for sharing this!

  4. Tammeria Lewis says

    I love it- is awesome! I currently work with 2-year olds ;& I love what I see. God bless you! Tammeria

  5. Frank Tan says

    I’m looking for a curriculum for family small groups to use with their kids in an at-home setting. The regular WITB DVD’s are great but they needed the supplemental material for lessons which this curriculum seems to provide.

    My question now is: I noticed that a lot of kids that have watched WITB go back to it again and again, but I don’t see them getting excited about reading the Bible personally. Does WITB curriculum point children to actually go to the Bible to read and learn the Bible instead of just teaching ABOUT what’s in the Bible?

  6. amy mckay says

    I love the fact that this is so user friendly. The only thing that i wish was that it was for sixth graders or suggestions for incorporating sixth graders. But the incorporating the i pad touch and the family friendly website is great.

  7. says

    Although I’m usually not a fan of videos as a teaching tool, I love the idea of using these because they tackle such great content! I love the take home cards to send home with the families.

  8. GinaG says

    I love the videos and I think the curriculum looks great. I love how they are systematically going through the Bible…and aren’t under-emphasizing the Old Testament. It’s solid! My biggest concern, as with many others, is the cost. It might be prohibitive for our church, but it’s such a solid program that we might be able to find a way to make it work!

  9. Lynette Skelton says

    I’m really enjoying teaching through the What’s In the Bible Church Edition! I’ve just finished Volumes 1-3, and am anxiously waiting for Volumes 4 & 5 to be available so that I can continue the series! My 2nd through 6th graders are very much engaged in the curriculum!

    One suggestion: I like having the written lyrics to the songs in my teaching notes…so I end up listening to the songs about 4 times to get the words written down accurately. Would it be possible to include the words to each new song in the “Print Materials”?

  10. Roy Gilbert says

    I’m the youth and childrens minister and have been dealing with different curriculums , and VBS for the past 15 years. The idea of using puppet like characters for teaching what’s in the Bible is great. Very eye catching for kids. The curriculum is set up to be user friendly, whether you prefer paper, ipad, iphone or blackberry. With the multiple ways to present it also makes getting volunteers to help easy.

  11. Peggi williams says

    Our children and now grandchildren have benefitted first from the book by Henrietta Mears – but now that Phil and crew have taken that teaching to a whole new relateable level for the younger generation — I am thrilled!!! The respectful way they handled the differences in denomination’s perspective was so refreshing!!!
    There isn’t a more important subject we can teach our children than the TRUTH of God’s Word. We have purchased three sets of the first four DVDs and we will continue to spend our money on this valuable investment in our futures.
    I have taught VBS, Sunday School and Children’s church in several churches; Veggie Tales has been a staple in our teaching style — Now we could have a whole new resource available – I am excited.