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Do you or your child enjoy learning about History? Maybe you don’t like to read big thick books but enjoy a variety of hands-on ways to learn about Biblical events. I am going to share with your some ways to learn from a variety of resources both free and paid.
Participate in a Biblical Reenactment
Easter is a great time to learn about Bibilical History and be able to participate first hand if your church offers a live performance like a “Passion Play”. Many members of the congregation come together to put on a musical and theatrical retelling of Christ’s trial, suffering, death and resurrection. It take a lot of practice as well as learning the events in historical order. If your church doesn’t offer one then maybe you can find a larger church in the area that offers one for your family to attend.
Grapevine Studies offers their stick figure Bible study themed The Resurrection which allows for families and Sunday Schools to learn for 11 weeks or 40 days all about the conversation between Jesus and His disciples as they shared the Last Supper together. Walk with them as they see Jesus being tried, beaten, crucified, and finally dying on the cross. Then share with your students the joy of the disciples when they learn that Jesus rose from the dead. Your Bible study concludes with the last words of instruction Jesus gave to His disciples before He ascended to heaven. Help your students put the Easter story together like never before!
Watch The Gospel of Mark DVD
Older children and adults will enjoy a full length film sharing how Mark saw Jesus. According to The Gospel of Mark, Jesus is a heroic man of action, an exorcist, healer, and miracle worker — the Son of God who keeps his identity secret. This critically acclaimed, epic production — five years in the making — is based on the latest theological, historical, and archaeological research, and offers an unforgettable, highly authentic telling of the Jesus story — ending with the empty tomb, a promise to meet again in Galilee, and Jesus’s instructions to spread the good news of the resurrection. This film was shot in Morroco and took 5 years to create.
Open to eligible residents of the US aged 18 years or older.Prize will be shipped by The Lumo Project.
US only ends 3/30/2017