As you well know, we are HUGE fans of the What’s in the Bible? DVDs! So I’m excited to share this exclusive offer from them — for my readers only!
What’s in the Bible? is offering an exclusive Black Friday deal just for Money Saving Mom® readers. You can get this Christmas DVD bundle which includes two DVDs, their book, Why Do We Call it Christmas?, and a coloring book all for just $20. Use the coupon code MSM65 to get this special offer.
If you have been thinking of checking out the What’s in the Bible DVD series, this would be a GREAT introductory offer — and this price is amazing!
Here’s what’s included in this deal:
Explore Genesis, the Gospels, and how Christmas traditions of today point us back to Jesus! Then color through the whole Bible!
Let VeggieTales creator Phil Vischer and a bunch of hilarious new friends explain the Bible to your kids in this groundbreaking, fast-paced, and fun-filled DVD series!
In the Beginning [Genesis] DVD
Buck Denver and his friends kick off their adventure through the whole Bible – and you’re invited to come along!
Jesus Is The Good News! [Matthew, Mark, Luke, & John] DVD
Walk with Jesus and his closest friends as he performs miracles, breaks bread at the Last Supper, and gives His life for our sins before God raises Him from the dead.
Why Do We Call It Christmas? DVD
Cutting down trees? Hanging stockings? Santa Claus? What do any of these have to do with Jesus’ birthday? More than you’d think!
What’s in the Bible? Coloring Book!
Color through the WHOLE Bible – from Genesis to Revelation – with over 200 reproducible pages. It’s a comprehensive, chronological journey through the Bible your kids will love as they experience each story in a new way.
This deal is valid November 28 through December 1, 2014. Don’t forget, use the coupon code MSM65 at checkout to get this Christmas DVD bundle for just $20!
Note: This offer cannot be combined with other offers. Only one coupon code can be used per order, so if you’d like to take advantage of any other offers, you’ll need to place separate orders. If you have and problems, you can email the What’s in the Bible Team at customerservice@