Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Now Available on DVD -- Watch and Talk: Presented by Rebecca St. James, Volume 3 (Review)

Watch & Talk: Volume 3


Join Christian musician Rebecca St. James for five short parables about growing in the light of God's truth. Inspire your family to "Love Your Enemies" through the biblical story of the good Samaritan. Next, learn how to make use of God-given opportunities in "Parable of the Rabbits" and explore how the kingdom of heaven is like hidden treasure with "The Car of Great Price." Finally, discover the power of persistent prayer with "The Corrupt Judge" and see God's graciousness in a new light with "The Stone and the Snake."

Fun and open-ended, Watch & Talk is an easy and exciting way to engage your family in devotions. The DVD comes with a study guide, and each short film has a specific theme intended to drive insight and powerful change in viewers' lives.

My Thoughts:

This was the third DVD in this series that I have reviewed from the Bridgestone Multimedia Group.  Having been a fan of the previous two faith-based watch and talk films, I couldn't wait to view this DVD and discuss the short films with my husband.  Out of the five films, we both agree that our favorite was Love Your Enemies, as it centered around the Boston and New York baseball rivalry, and the Biblical teaching of the Good Samaritan.

What makes this series great is that is presents a way for families to gather and talk and learn about the Bible.  Instead of just reading scripture, through the use of short films, families can see what they are reading about and how it applies to day-to-day situations.  Then, they can talk about it further, as a way to build a stronger family bond and love for the Bible and God, while engaging the whole family in devotions that will get everyone talking.

If you enjoy Bible-based films, why not pick up a copy of this DVD or others in the Watch and Talk series, presented by Rebecca St. James.  These DVDs really do get families talking and connecting on a more faith-based level.  And, they make for great Bible study teaching tools for Sunday school classes and church group meetups.

Disclosure: I was sent a copy of this DVD from the vendor in order to write up an honest review.  The views above are mine and mine alone.

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