Scripture lesson: "Put on the full armor of God so that you can fight against the devil's evil tricks.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Published by: Thomas Nelson
Great for kids ages 6-10 (my son who will be 5 next month did get alot out of it)
A dastardly villain plots to steal the armor of God. The Commandant of Confusion and his side kick, Chaos, interrupt the Bible Adventure Training Academy and steal the Bible Team’s secret weapon, which helps them put on the full armor of God "anytime, anyplace."
There is a warning label on the secret weapon that reads in part, "this device contains the most powerful weapon known to man, follow instructions closely to prevent severe harm." Will the Commandant heed the warning? Will the Bible Adventure Team recover it?
Learn the Action to "The Word Of God" song
Fight sequence sword training
Presented in Widescreen
My 4 year old son enjoyed watching this Bibleman DVD. He has always been a fan of Bibleman mostly because he is so into superhero's so I take this opportunity to use Bibleman to teach him the truth about God's Word. He enjoyed the sword fighting mostly. The wonderful thing about this DVD is at the end of the DVD Bibleman gives the Salvation Prayer for the audience to come forward and give their lives to Christ. My son has never heard this prayer before. Sure I have explained to him how to recieve Christ but he actually heard the prayer as he watched all the children give their lives to Christ. After watching the DVD I explained to him what the children had done, giving their lives to Jesus. I firmly believe this planted a seed in his head. What a awesome way for children to learn about Jesus through this action packed truth filled DVD!
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