I was recently given the opportunity to view a new video program for children called Theo: Teaching Children God's Word. Theo is an elderly British gent who lives in the countryside and spends his days attempting to teach two naught mice (and others) about God's love and his plan for our lives.
While the video appears to be a cute children's cartoon, it actually is teaching basic theology in a way children can easily understand. The sampler DVD I received contained episode one and the bonus episode from the new DVD called "Theo: God's Love."
In fact, here is the bonus episode below. It's called "Good News."
I was even more pleased to find out that the makers of Theo have partnered with Child Evangelism Fellowship (CEF) to spread the news of God's love to children all across the globe.
For every purchase of a Theo DVD, you can log in to the Buy One Give One part of Theo's website and direct CEF and Whitestone Media (makers of Theo) where in the world you would like a copy of the DVD to be sent.
You can purchase the first DVD titled "God's Love" over at Amazon (I am not an affiliate) for $12.49. There are three episodes on this DVD: "Saving Faith," "Loving Obedience," and "Forgiveness" plus the bonus episode "Good News."
You can check out Theo on Facebook or their website. Lifeway Stores are even selling a church curriculum based on the Theo videos. You can find more info about that here.
Are you interested in winning a copy of the DVD? I am giving away two copies. To enter, simply leave me a comment below saying you'd like to win. I will pick a winner for this contest on Saturday, October 1st.
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