This product is specifically Designed for the Sunday School teacher, this product provides stunningly lifelike still images portraying Biblical scenes with a reality that is sure to pique the interest of children and help them visualize the narrativeFor convenience the images are provided in two distinct formats:
DVD video format—for use with DVD players
Powerpoint format (DVD-ROM)—for laptops and projectors or smartboards. You can customize the Powerpoint format.
Disk also contains printable activity packs in PDF format. These are designed to be printed and distributed to children to give them a story related activity after the lesson, these contain a coloring sheet, puzzle page and memory verse. On this DVD-ROM: NOAH IS OBEDIENT TO GOD TO IN BUILDING THE ARK One of the most famous Bible stories is here beautifully portrayed by Eikon Bible Art in PowerPoint format. Noah is seen hearing the call of God to build an Ark. As he prepares it he continues to be a preacher of righteousness. The animals are seen boarding two by two. Part 1 ends with the rains beginning to fall. Part 2 picks up with the great deluge destroying the whole earth, Noah sending out the raven and the dove, eventually settling in the mountains of Ararat and the promise of the rainbow. JONAH IS EVENTUALLY OBEDIENT TO GOD IN PREACHING AT NINEVEH Another famous Old Testament Bible story. Jonah is commanded to go and preach to the Assyrians at Nineveh, but he decides to attempt to run away from his calling. God sends a great storm and Jonah ends up in the sea only to be swallowed whole by a giant whale. He is spewed onto a beach and goes and preaches at Nineveh. The Ninevites repent and God spares them, but Jonah’s lessons are not over as he gets angry at the mercy of God and God has another lesson to teach him. DANIEL Daniel was “greatly beloved” of Heaven and also by generations who have read his story. This visual depiction provides 6 slides to portray all the drama of events as they unfolded in the story from Daniel chapter 6. The presidents and princes are seen scheming against him and bring their plan to King Darius. Daniel continues to prayer three times a day as he had done through his long life. Because the law of the Medes and Persians could not be changed (even by the King) he is thrown into the Den of Lions. However, Daniel is miraculously preserved because the God shut the Lion’s mouths.