Bible Videos App and Interviews

Dec 13, 2011 by

Bible Videos and Bible Videos App

If you haven’t had a chance to see the new Bible Videos, they are a beautiful way to reflect on the Nativity story. More videos are to come, all depicting scenes and stories from the life of Jesus Christ, as told in the Bible — all with the purpose of helping build faith in Jesus Christ. These videos were created as a “gift to the world” for families and churches to use.

There is also a free Bible Videos app available at iTunes that goes along with these videos. (It’s currently available for iPad and will be available for Android soon.) From the iTunes page for the Bible Videos app:

The Life of Jesus Christ Bible Videos will provide you and your family a new and meaningful way to learn about Jesus Christ. In addition to reading about Jesus and His teachings, you will be able to explore biblical environments, watch scripture-based videos and photo slideshows, and discover interesting facts about biblical accounts. This app, which is faithful to the King James Version of the Bible, is a new way to understand Bible stories through sight, sound, and touch.

Listen also to interviews with actors from the Nativity Bible Videos. (More Bible videos are soon to come!)

1 Comment

  1. Marta

    These are beautiful! I wish that Mary felt Happy. Sometimes it seems that as women we are expected to be gloomy. I do acknowledge that she does smile slightly at the very end, but through the majority of the clip she is heavy, burdened and sad. Can’t women be happy? Even this woman “choice above all” rejoice?Even Elizabeth when she claims that the babe “leaped for joy” doesn’t seem joyous! Sorry to express frustration, but my family was critical of the lack of happiness they felt from the women in this new clip. I hope future pieces will encourage especially women to enjoy and rejoice in life and it’s beautiful blessings! Motherhood is joyous! This actor for Mary is beautiful in this interview, I wish we saw that same radiance in the clip. Sorry to be critical, I fully acknowledge how difficult it would be to play that part! Wishfully. Rejoicing in my own opportunities to be a mother.

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