Free What’s In the Bible? Review Flashcards download

For those of you who love the What’s In the Bible? DVDs like our family does, you’ll want to check out these free downloadable What’s In the Bible? Review Flashcards that you can print and use to help your children memorize and understand more of what they learn in the What’s In The Bible? DVDs.

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  1. says

    Hey Crystal,

    I’ve been curious to see so many bloggers and organizations take on the support of this DVD series. Of course, it has peaked my interest since so many of the bloggers are ones I have read for a long time and feel like I know where they’re coming from, etc… So, when I received a copy of the first What’s In the Bible DVD for review – I was excited. Until we watched it.

    My kids LOVED it! But, I was concerned with things like saying there was a big bang during creation, etc… We had a few other concerns as well, but what I’m wondering is – my husband and I have pondered the possibility of trying a different DVD and wondered if this entire series was worth skipping over just because of our concerns with the first one or if they improved.

    Would love to hear your thoughts!

    Thanks,
    Monica

    • says

      We didn’t watch the first DVD (one of the children broke it when trying to take it out of the case), so I’m probably not the best person to be answering your question. However, I will say that while we may not have agreed with every single little thing in all the DVDs, they provided such an amazing springboard for discussion on theology, faith, etc. that my husband and I both feel like it has been an excellent resource for our family.

      That said, what works for one family isn’t necessarily going to work well for another family. So I’d suggest maybe just skipping the DVDs — unless you’re able to borrow some of the others from someone. That way, you don’t end up paying for something that’s not going to work well for your family.