This topic provides some reviews and recommendations of various Bible Video Series out there, with the potential to be in your teaching. Many were originally on DVD and still are, and many have moved to YouTube.
Some of these series are 'old' and may be hard to find, but still worth teaching with especially if you have them in your church library or can find them online. (Google them.)
This thread is NOT a comprehensive review of every series out there. Rather, we've simply added reviews as series have come to our attention. If you have a review of a specific video (such as one about Moses, post it in the correct Bible story Video Workshop topic, such as Moses).
Who's posting these particular reviews? Various Board members, super members, and our webmaster. This is a curated list as Rotation.org officially doesn't recommend everything under the sun.
Some of these reviews are honest. We are sorry if our honesty upsets you. All reviews are the opinion of the poster. (Note: they do not necessarily reflect the views of the Board of Directors of Rotation.org.)
Here are a few of the series reviewed in this topic:
Friends & Heros
Great Bible Discovery
Greatest Heroes & Legends of the Bible
Hanna Barbera's "The Greatest Adventure"
Ted & Company (includes "The Creation Chronicles" Study Guide)
Nest Entertainment Animated Bible Videos
SuperBook (All new 3D style animation and storytelling)
Testament: The Bible in Animation
The New (or Old) Testament Bible Stories for Children by Under God's Rainbow
AKA — Jesus: A Kingdom without Frontier Series (NT) / In the Beginning Series (OT)
The Visual Bible (Mathew, Acts, and John) & The Visual Bible for Kids
(DVD chapters breakdown attachments provided for Matthew, Acts, and John)
The Voice of the Martyrs (The Witness Trilogy - God With Us (Previously called - Jesus: He Lived Among Us) / The Messengers / To Every Nation)
What's in the Bible?
Read and Share Bible DVD (Tommy Nelson) plus the Jesus Movie from the same series review is found here.
- Some of these are now available for FREE, on their publisher's website, or on YouTube.
- To see what our Writing Team recommends for certain stories, read their Video Workshop Lesson Plans in their WT Lesson Sets.
- To see what our members recommend for each story, visit your Bible story's Video Workshop topic in our public lesson forums