Buck Denver Asks Whats in the Bible? Vol 13: Gods Kingdom Comes DVD
- Director: Phil Vischer
- Producer: Phil Vischer
- Languages: English
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- Run Time: 60 Minutes
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Buck Denver Asks What’s in the Bible? Vol 13: God’s Kingdom Comes
Join Buck Denver and the rest of the gang in a final adventure through God’s Word. From the creators of Veggie Tales comes the final installment of a family friendly, book by book journey through the Bible—Buck Denver Asks What’s In the Bible? Volume 13 God’s Kingdom Comes. Volume thirteen of this entertaining and educational series covers the last Epistles of the Bible—James through 3 John—and the book of Revelation. As families finish the final two episodes of Buck Denver Asks What’s In the Bible? they will be able to paint a picture of what God’s Kingdom will look like when all things are finally made brand new!
The Gospel For Kids
A journey through the Bible from Genesis to Revelation created for kids can seem like quite an undertaking, but the creators of Buck Denver Asks What’s In the Bible? knew that by having fun kids can remember many things. While it may be entertaining and educational, Buck Denver Asks What’s In the Bible? does more than introduce kids to a few basic Bible stories. It seeks to weave together the stories of the Bible into one large story of God’s plan for redemption—the gospel. By introducing children to God’s power, grace, and plan for salvation in Genesis, Buck Denver Asks What’s In the Bible? helps children see that God’s plan to send Jesus was not an afterthought and his grace was not given begrudgingly. A walk through the gospel and miniature theology lesson rolled into one Buck Denver Asks What’s In the Bible? helps children see the themes behind the stories and unlock the truth of God’s Word for themselves through volumes like God’s Kingdom Comes. Alongside the news reporter Buck Denver, a pirate by the name of Captain Pete, a would-be-cowboy called Chuck Waggin, two unusual archeologist brothers Clive and Ian, and many more children of all ages will come to know the entirety of the Bible and see the bigger picture of God’s grace while having fun along the way.
Episode 1: More Letters
While the end of the Bible can sometimes feel like letter after letter after never ending letter the first episode of Volume 13: God’s Kingdom Comes tackles the last Epistles of the Bible with enough energy and enthusiasm to keep even the youngest of viewers excited and entertained! Walking through the last letters of the Bible, Volume 13: God’s Kingdom Comes, teaches kids valuable lessons while continuing the story of God’s plan for salvation and the power of the Gospel. From James kids will be reminded of the importance of controlling our tongues, while 1 Peter will show them how to face tough times with courage and without loosing faith. 2 Peter and the three letters of John hold equally important lessons that families can learn together with Buck Denver and his friends. An enjoyable journey through the finally books of the Bible, the first episode of Volume 13: God’s Kingdom Comes holds an important lesson for viewers of all ages.
Episode 2: The Revelation To John
The final episode of Buck Denver Asks What’s In the Bible? focuses on the final book of God’s Word—the book of Revelation. While the last letters of the Bible can sometimes be difficult to work through, the book of Revelation can pose a tricky obstacle for many mature Christians. Without sacrificing Biblical truth, or solid doctrine Volume 13: God’s Kingdom Comes seeks to help children understand the message behind the symbols, signs, and prophecies that fill Revelation. As children learn about John’s Revelation they will come to see it as a vivid picture of what God’s Kingdom will be like when everything is made new. A celebration of God’s plan of redemption and a joyful expectation of what is to come the final episode of Buck Denver Asks What’s In the Bible? Volume 13: God’s Kingdom Comes closes the journey through the Bible with the beloved puppet gang in hope, joy, and expectation. . . what better way is there to finish a study of God’s Word, no matter how old you are?
Conversation with Kids
While adults may couple conversation with a comfy chair and a cup of coffee there is no reason why you cannot have a life changing conversation with a cookie and a little kid. All of the volumes of Buck Denver Asks What’s In the Bible? offer parents an opportunity to discuss the lives of great men and women of faith, God’s power and protection, and the plan for salvation with their kids, but Volume 13: God’s Kingdom Comes offers a special opportunity to sit down and talk to your children about the importance and truth of God’s word. As Buck Denver closes the back cover of the Bible it is a wonderful opportunity to discuss how God’s power and grace are seen throughout the entire Bible and to talk about the Gospel as you wait with expectation for God’s Kingdom. Grab a cookie and take the opportunity presented by Buck Denver to talk to your kids about God’s work in the world.
Volume 13: God’s Kingdom Comes, the final chapter of Buck Denver Asks What’s In the Bible? ties together the stories of the Bible into one wonderful story—God’s story. A story of redemption, grace, and protection. A story that is not yet completed, but one we can watch with eager expectation until God finishes the work he began in Genesis.
Buck Denver Asks What’s In The Bible? God’s Kingdom Comes has not been rated by the Motion Picture Association of America. As always, it is recommended that parents preview all content to determine what is suitable for their children, but this film is generally considered appropriate for most audiences.
If you and your family enjoyed this adventure with Buck Denver and the rest of the gang you may enjoy some of his other journeys through the Bible including Volume 1: In the Beginning the story of creation; Volume 8: Words To Make Us Wise the books of Psalms and Proverbs; Volume 10: Jesus Is The Good News Jesus’ life and miracles; and Volume 12: Letters From Paul the writing of the New Testament.