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Moses and the Burning Bush

Video Lesson 

Summary of Lesson Activities:

Video used is "Moses" (by Nest Entertainment) and follows with writing/drawing a pledge (one idea to carry out God's work) onto a pre-cut flame (each class will add to same burningbush). 

Concepts:

  • God can call us anywhere, anytime, for any reason
  • God gives us the ability to do God’s work
  • Wherever we meet God is a holy place.


Lesson Objectives:

  • Children will view the video by Nest Entertainment, The Animated Stories from the Bible - Moses.
  • Children will learn the background of the Moses story leading up to the burning bush.
  • Children will discuss ways they can do God’s work - everyday.

Teacher preparation in advance:

  • Read the scripture passages.
  • Make precut flames – one for each child. Draw a picture of a flame (approximately 3X5” and/or 2X4") on sheets of yellow, red and orange construction paper. Draw several on a page and cut out. Make them different in shape and size, but large enough to write a pledge and a name. Cut out several at a time.
  • Prepare and post a large poster/drawing of a bush on the wall. Make it as large as you can. You can tape several pieces of flip chart paper to the wall and draw a bush. Be sure to add green leaves as the bush burned without being consumed. Optional: print the Memory verse on the poster too.


Supply List:

  • Glue sticks
  • Construction paper in red, yellow and orange to make pre-cut flames –one for each child
  • Poster/drawing of bush on the wall
  • Markers/pencils
    Black markers/pencil crayons to write/draw the pledge idea on the flame
  • Whiteboard markers for brainstorming ideas
  • Journal sheets
  • Video - Moses (Nest Entertainment)


Lesson 

Opening-Welcome and Introductions:
1. Greet the children and introduce yourself.
2. Explain the purpose of this workshop is to learn the background to the Moses story of the burning bush when Moses was called to do God’s work. We will talk about ways that we can do God’s work too. 

Dig-Main Content and Reflection:

Scripture/Bible Story:
1. Today we are going to learn about Moses. Who remembers the story about the baby Moses in the river? Moses was born into a poor Hebrew/Israelite family of slaves. The king (pharaoh) was so worried that the Israelite people were outnumbering the Egyptian people that he decided to kill all newborn babies in Jewish families. Moses might have been killed. Watch and listen to the story and tell me what happened that Moses was saved from this terrible law.

Application:
1. Show the movie. This video is approximately 25 minutes long.
2. Distribute popcorn with help from Shepherds or volunteer children.

Discussion:

  • How was the baby Moses saved? (His mother put him in a basket in the river. The princess found the baby and raised him as an Egyptian prince)
  • What was life like for the Israelite people? (They were slaves and poor)
  • Why did God tell Moses to take off his sandals when he saw the burning bush (it was holy ground – wherever we meet God is a holy place)
  • What did God want Moses to do? (Go to Egypt and free the Israelite people from slavery)
  • Why did Moses not want to do as God asked? (He was afraid he couldn’t do it)
  • Are you ever afraid to do something because you think you can’t?
  • God wanted Moses to free the Israelite people from Egypt. How did God help Moses? (He gave him the power of miracles – the rod/snake, diseased hand, he also sent along Aaron to help Moses)


Follow-up Flame/Pledge Activity:

Does God want us to work for God? How might we carry out God’s work? What can kids do? Brainstorm ideas for being kind, helpful to others, friends, parents, siblings. (Be kind, smile, make friends, pennies for hunger, give a special offering, come to church and learn about God, obey parents, pray for others) Write the ideas on the whiteboard so the children can see.

Give each child a pre-cut paper flame. Tell the children that they are going to put flames on the bush to make it burn. Ask each child to write his/her name and write or draw one idea to pledge to carry out God’s work.

Ask the children to take off their shoes and then come forward, quietly and holy and paste their flame offering on the bush.

Optional: The children can announce their pledge as they come forward. You may wish to have some quiet meditative music playing in the background to help with the mood. Use glue sticks to paste the flames on the poster of the bush. The shepherds can assist.

Note: Each week another class we will add to the flames until it is a big burning bush by the end of the rotation unit. The flames will proclaim all the ways that the children can carry out God’s work in everyday life.

Reflection Time:
Ask the shepherds to pass out the journal sheets and markers. Write down the idea you pledged to carrying out God’s work so you will remember it. Draw flames around your idea.

Ask the students to close their journals and sit quietly for prayer. 

Closing:

Prayer: Say a prayer asking God to help us see ways to be kind, to think of the needs of others, to say something kind, to do something good without being asked. (List some of the pledge ideas). Help us remember to do our acts of kindness this week. Remember that God is always with us. God says: “I will be with you always, even until the end of the world.” Amen.


 

A Sunday School lesson from: Kirk of Kildaire Presbyterian Church
Cary, NC.

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Moses Bulrushes to the Burning Bush

Video Workshop

 

Summary of Lesson Activities: 

View the Nest Entertainment animated video, Moses, to learn story details and story sequence from Moses’ birth to his burning bush experience.


Scripture Reference:

Exodus 1:1 – 4:15

Key Verse:

But Moses said to God, “Who am I, that I should go to Pharaoh and bring the Israelites out of Egypt?” And God said, “I will be with you.” Exodus 3:11-12a (NIV)

 


Workshop Objectives — After completing this Rotation, participants will be able to:

  • Name that the story is found in the Old Testament.
  • For 3rd grade and up: Locate the story in Exodus. Identify Exodus as a book of “Law.”
  • Retell the story in his/her own words.
  • Recognize God at work in the lives of story characters.
  • Examine God’s presence intersecting in their life. Implement a watch to see where God is at work with plans for them.
  • Discover that we don’t have to be perfect to do God’s work; God gives us the abilities we need and God is always with us.



Leader Preparation:

  • Read the scripture for this lesson.
  • Read and reflect on the overview material provided for this lesson.
  • Preview the DVD.
  • Gather the materials

Supplies List:

  • Video (DVD) Animated Stories from the Bible: Moses. Nest Entertainment, 2001.
  • Snack items
  • Easel with paper; marker
  • masking tape
  • story pictures (see Resources at end of lesson)
  • Bibles (3rd grade and up)
  • Adventure Bible with tabs (Law, History, etc.) bookmarked to Exodus 2:23

Before Start of Class:

  • Make sure you know how to use the TV/DVD, how to move by chapters and scanning forward and backward within a chapter.
  • Cue the DVD to the MAIN MENU.
  • Prepare loops of masking tape to use during the lesson to display story pictures on easel.




Presentation

 

Opening- Welcome and Lesson Introduction:

Greet your students warmly, welcoming them to the video workshop. Introduce yourself and any other adults.

Say: Let’s begin with prayer. Ask for any prayer requests. Ask if anyone would like to lead the group in prayer. Be prepared to say a prayer yourself, working in prayer requests. A suggestion: “Lord God, Thank you for this day and for all the people who are here today. We are thankful to be able to study Bible stories. Open our hearts and minds and ears. We want so much to understand you. Help us recognize that you are always with us and that you want us to be your disciples. Amen.”

 


Dig- Main Content and Reflection:

Say: Today we are going to watch a movie about Moses.

Ask: How many of you know something about Moses? (allow several answers)

For 1st and 2nd graders:


Say: Moses lived a long time before Jesus did. In fact, Jesus would have learned the story of Moses when he was your age. We find the story of Moses in the Old Testament of the Bible, in the book of Exodus. The name Exodus reminds me of an EXIT sign. It is a good name for this book in the Bible because “Exodus” means “going out”. Part of the Moses story is about Moses leading God’s people out, or exiting from Egypt.


For 3rd grade and up:


Distribute Bibles.
Ask: Would a story about Moses be found in the Old Testament or the New Testament?
Say: Moses lived a long time before Jesus did. In fact, Jesus would have learned the story of Moses when he was your age. The stories that Jesus learned as a child are in the Old Testament of the Bible.
Ask: Who knows how many books there are in the Bible? (66)
In what book of the Old Testament do we find the story of Moses? (Exodus)
Say: The book of Exodus is the second book of the Bible – there’s Genesis, then Exodus. “Exodus” means “going out.” The name Exodus reminds me of an EXIT sign. The book of Exodus tells how God’s people exited or went out of Egypt.
Ask: Who can name the first five books of the Old Testament?
Say: The first five books (Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy) are called the “books of Law” because they are based on the commandments God revealed to Moses. Be sure when you visit the Art Workshop that you receive a tab for the “Law” section of your Bible. [Show the classroom Bible with tabs.]
Have everyone find the Exodus 1:1. Tell them that this is where our story begins.



For all students:
Say: Let’s take a look at what we are going to see in our video.

Use the story pictures as be a quick exercise to help students prepare to see the video. In early weeks of the Rotation, ask students to watch for these events…put up the pictures in order on the easel. Don’t try to tell a complete story – let the video do that. In later weeks, ask the students if they can tell you the main events. Use the pictures to jive their memory.


Show the Video:
[Have the Shepherd distribute the snack.]

Using the DVD, from MAIN MENU, choose PLAY.
POINT OUT (without stopping) Pharaoh when he first appears.
VIEW about 5 minutes, chapters 1 – 3.
PAUSE when Pharaoh’s daughter and her maid appear on the screen (start of chapter 4).

Ask: What was life like for God’s people, the Hebrew people?
What were the people doing stomping in the mud? (making bricks)
Why was baby Moses in trouble? (Pharaoh ordered all baby boys killed)
Who was Pharaoh? (leader or king of Egypt)
Why did he want baby boys killed?
How was the baby Moses saved?
Did you see God at work in this story?

Say: We have not heard God’s name mentioned yet but God is at work – Moses has been saved. God has a plan for Moses.

PLAY
VIEW about 7 minutes, chapters 4 – 7 and a portion of chapter 8.
PAUSE when the Hebrew says, “What are you going to do Moses, kill me like you killed the Egyptian?”

Ask: Moses was raised as an Egyptian prince but he is still a Hebrew. How do you suppose Moses feels about the way the Hebrews are being treated?

Say: In his frustration and anger, Moses has killed an Egyptian. Moses tried to take matters into his own hands, rather than waiting for God’s plan. Pharaoh finds out what Moses has done and threatens to kill Moses. To escape, Moses runs away. He ends up living in a desert land, called Midian. He becomes a shepherd. Moses lives in this desert 40 years. Then something interesting happens in Egypt.

Read (or ask an older student to read) Exodus 2:23-25.
Say: Israelites is another name for God’s people, the Hebrews. God hears the cry of his people. God is going to act! God has a plan. Let’s see what happens.

From the MAIN MENU, choose CHAPTER INDEX.
Choose - 11 “God calls Moses to deliver Israelites from bondage.”
VIEW about 3 and half minutes, chapter 11.
PAUSE when the credits start to appear.

Ask: What happened to Moses?
Say: God spoke to Moses through a burning bush. The video used God’s words from an old version of the Bible called the King James Version. Did you hear God say, “Put off thy shoes for the place whereon thou standeth is holy ground.”
Ask: Did you realize that was God telling Moses to take off his sandals?

Say: Let’s watch that part again but use more modern words.

Turn off the sound on the TV.

From the MAIN MENU, choose CHAPTER INDEX.
Again choose - 11 “God calls Moses to deliver Israelites from bondage.”
VIEW chapter 11 (about 3 and half minutes) but provide the wording for the scenes (suggestion below). [In later weeks of the Rotation, when the story is better known, allow the students to be the narrators – like dubbing a foreign film!]

Suggested wording:


Moses! Moses!
Here I am.
Do not come any closer. Take off your sandals, for the place where you are standing is holy ground.
(In the video: Moses kneels)
I have indeed seen the misery of my people in Egypt. I have heard them crying. So now, go. I am sending you to bring my people out of Egypt.
But who am I to do such a job?
I will be with you.
(In the video, see front view of Moses) But the people won’t believe me!
What is that in your hand?
A shepherd’s staff.
Throw it on the ground. (In the video, it becomes snake)
Pick it up by the tail. (It becomes staff again)
Put your hand inside your robe. (It was diseased!)
Put it back in your robe.
(In the video his hand is healthy again)
You have seen the power of God. If you perform these signs then the people will believe you. Go!
But God, I am not good at speaking.
(In the video see just burning bush) I will help you speak well.
Please God, send someone else!
I will send your brother Aaron to speak for you. Go! Do as I command.


STOP when Moses is saying good-bye.

Ask: What did God want Moses to do? (free his people)
How would you respond if God asked you to do something really hard?
Moses had a lot of excuses for not going. What did God say? (I will be with you)

Say: God had a plan to use Moses to free the Israelite people from Egypt. God gave Moses the power of miracles (the rod/snake, diseased hand) to help Moses. God also sent Aaron, Moses’ brother, to help.
Ask: Who remembers what happened to the Israelites, did they escape Egypt? [2nd grade and up may recall last year’s Rotation on Plagues and Passover.]

 

Closing:
Say: God had a plan and a way to make his plan work. It’s important to remember that whenever God asks us to do something, he leads us. He helps us. He does not desert us.
Close in prayer.


 

Resources:

  • Binder, Amy et al. “Animated Stories from the Bible: Moses Activity & Resource Book. Irving, TX: Nest Entertainment, 1993. (story pictures are from this book; see list below)
  • Faith Quest Lesson Sets at Kirk of Kildaire Presbyterian Church. “Moses and the Burning Bush: Holywood.” 2001. http://www.kirkofkildaire.org/...ons/BurnHolywood.htm (some discussion questions)
  • MacQueen, Neil. "A Brief Introduction to Teaching with Video.” 2002. http://www.sundaysoftware.com/video-tips.htm
  • DVD: Animated Stories from the Bible: Moses. Nest Entertainment, 2001.


List of Story Pictures:

1. Hebrew slaves at work, pg 8
2. Moses is born, pg 5
3. Moses in basket in Nile, pg 14
4. Grows up in Pharaoh’s court, pg 18
5. Runs away to Midian becomes a shepherd, pg 43
6. Burning bush, pg 31


 

Note: Workshops we also used in this Rotation

  • Art: Focus on the burning bush and God’s call on our lives. Use a variation of the ancient Jewish art form of Micrography (or call it "Word Art"). See this lesson posted in this forum under the ART WORKSHOPS…
  • Cooking: Create edible baby Moses baskets. We used the lessons from State Street UMC
    from Baby Moses-Burning Bush lesson set from. Look for it in the COMPLETE LESSON SET… State Street UMC Bristol, VA.
  • Games: Focus on story events. Use the life-sized game board and a game die. Also from Baby Moses-Burning Bush lesson set from State Street UMC.
  • Drama: from Kirk of Kildaire Presbyterian Church. “Moses and the Burning Bush: Apostle’s Playhouse.” Do a SEARCH for Kirk of Kildaire drama (without any quotes) in the Baby to the Burning Bush forum.


Other resources:

 

Visit Carol's blog – where we encourage parents to continue the learning at home.

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A lesson written by Carol Hulbert from: First United Methodist Church

Ann Arbor, MI 


Copyright 2005 First United Methodist Church, Ann Arbor, MI.
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Moses: Bulrushes to the Burning Bush

 

A partial Video Workshop

  

Summary of Lesson Activities:

Using a portion of the DVD, What’s in the Bible, Vol. 2 “Let My People Go” -- to tell the story of Moses from birth to burning bush. A total of about 6 minutes of video is watched. What follows is a portion of a lesson used in our cooking workshop, since in the Video Workshop we were showing the Nest Entertainment Moses video. (see lesson here.) I am posting the video portion of this lesson to share how we made use of this great video series produced by Veggie Tales creator, Phil Vischer. These DVD's are packed with great material! 

 

Scripture Reference: 

Exodus 1:1 – 4:17


Key Verse:  

And God said, “I will be with you.”  Exodus 3:12a (NIV, 1984)

 

Rotation Objectives  — After completing this Rotation, participants will be able to:

  • ŸName that the story is found in the Old Testament.
  • For 3rd grade and up: Locate the story in Exodus.  Identify Exodus as a book of “Law.”
  • Retell the story in his/her own words.
  • Recognize God at work in the lives of story characters. Examine God’s presence intersecting in their life.  Implement a watch to see where God is at work with plans for them.
  • Discover that we don’t have to be perfect to do God’s work; God gives us the abilities we need and God is always with us.

 



Before Start of Class:

  •  For 3rd grade and up, distribute Bibles around the tables.
  • Cue the video: from the main menu choose “Chapters.”  Then “Part 2”  then “Chapter 2 – The Book of Exodus.”   Pause after the “real” person – Phil Vischer – says, “Sunday school lady can you help us out?” (at 38:11). Be ready to quickly press PAUSE! This is where the video will start.
  • Write the key Bible verse on the easel.  Also write: “God works in our lives.” 


 

Presentation 

 

Opening- Welcome and Lesson Introduction:

 

Say:  This month we are learning about the most famous character from the Old Testament of the Bible – Moses.  The Old Testament mentions Moses’ name 767 times! [1] Moses’ story is a very old, old story; it took place over 3,500 years ago.  Even though it’s an old story it still applies to us today.

 

Refer to the easel.

 

Say:  As we learn today about Moses we will see how God works in the lives of the people in the Bible and we’ll talk about how God works in our lives because God is always with us.  Let’s start with prayer.

 

Ask for any prayer requests. (Language you may want to try:  “What shall we pray for today?”  “How would you say that in a prayer?" )

Say:  We will use the Lord’s Prayer as the ending to our prayer time.

  

A prayer suggestion:  Holy one, we are glad to be here together to learn and to have fun together. Be with those who could not be here.  Help us to be always aware of you at work in our lives.  Then pray for requests.  End with the Lord’s Prayer.  Amen.

 

 

Dig- Main Content and Reflection:

 

Ask:  Where in the Bible would the story of Moses be found?  (in OT)

Say:  We find the stories about Moses in the 2nd book of the Old Testament, Exodus.

 

For 3rd grade and up:

 

Say:  Let’s find the story in the Bible.

 

Make sure everyone has access to a Bible.  Have everyone find Exodus chapter 1, verse 1.

 

Say:  This is where our story begins.

Ask:  Who can tell me the name of the collection of Bible books that Exodus is a part of?

 

Say:  Exodus is part of a collection called “Law” or Pentateuch. (Pronounced: PEN-tuh-took) Pentateuch means “five books.” That’s because there are five books in the Law section of the Bible.  They are called the books of Law because they include the commandments or laws that God reveals to Moses; which happens later in the Moses story. Stories about Moses cover 40 chapters in the book of Exodus.  We will talk about the story that starts with Exodus 1:1 and goes to Exodus 4:17.

 

Have everyone turn the pages in the Bible and find Exodus 4:17 (right above the heading “Moses Returns to Egypt."  Point out that this is where our story ends. 

 

Encourage reading these 4 chapters at home. 

 

For all students: Introduce the Video

 

Say:  Today we'll be watching a short video to tell our story. This is Sunday school lady. [Point her out on the screen.]  She will introduce us to our story about God’s people, who were called Israelites.  The Israelites were slaves in Egypt. 

 

Ask:  What does it mean if someone is a slave?

Say:  A slave is someone who had to do hard work and not get paid!  The Israelites wanted to be free!  That is why Moses is so important; he will be the one who frees his people!  The way Moses frees his people is a big story.  We need to start at the beginning.

 

PRESS PLAY.

VIEW scene of length: 3 minutes, 44 seconds (to 41:55).

PAUSE after Sunday school lady says, “Have you heard of him?”

 

Ask:  Has anyone ever heard of Moses?  (allow a few replies)

What about God’s rescue plan, what is that all about? (allow any replies)

 

Say:  Moses was a big part of God’s rescue plan.  Moses would end up leading his people         

to freedom, out of Egypt, on an “exodus,” an exit, to a place called the Promised Land.  Our story is about what happens before this exodus.

        

SCAN FORWARD to where country singer is shown (at 42:44).

VIEW scene of length:  2 minutes, 7 seconds.

PAUSE after the Sunday school lady says, “Moses goes back to Egypt to face down Pharaoh” (at 44:51).

 

 

Initial Discussion:

 

Say:  At the time when Moses was born, Egypt was not a safe place for baby boys,

Ask:  What did Moses’ mother do to protect Moses? (hid him, placed him in basket in river)

Say:   Moses’ mother had no idea that Moses would one day become an important leader.     God was at work in the lives of his people. 

 

Refer to the easel.

 

Ask:  “God works in our lives” – what does that mean? (allow all replies)

Say:  God wants very much to be our friend; the best kind of friend – one who is always with us.  God is always reaching out to us, touching our lives in small ways, for the good.

 

Ask:  What are some ways that you saw God working in the lives of the story characters?

(allow a few replies – possibly:  helped Moses’ mother think to put Moses in a basket in the river; brought Pharaoh’s daughter to find Moses at just the right time; Moses was saved from death)

 

Say:  We will talk more about God at work in our lives, but let’s make a little something          that will help us to go home and tell this important story to our families.  At this point the cooking portion of our lesson started. After everyone was finished with the project (making edible baskets with Moses cookies) discussion and eating happened...

Discussion:
 

Say:  When Moses grew up he was very important; he saved 2 million of his people by leading them out of Egypt.  Yet as a baby Moses had quite an adventure.

 

Ask:  What adventure did Moses have as a baby? (put in basket in Nile)

Why do you suppose Moses’ mother hid him?  (love for her baby, trust in God)

 

Say:  To save Moses, his mother had to be brave and be willing to trust that God would be with Moses and work things out according to God’s plan.  God doesn’t promise that we will have a life without difficulties.  But no matter what happens to us, God is with us.

 

Ask:   I wonder if you have had a situation in your life where you have felt God at work in your life? (allow all replies)

Say:  We need to be on the look out for God at work in our lives. 

 

Do:  Share a story of God with you, from your own faith journey.

 

Say:  God has given each of us different talents and abilities.  God wants us to use those abilities to do good in the world, to accomplish God’s plan; to be God’s hands and feet. 

                 

Ask:  What plan did God have for Moses?  (to rescue his people)

Does Moses think he is ready to do what God asks? 

 

If students don’t know… re-show that part of the video

 

On the DVD, SCAN BACKWARDS to Ian and Clive in the forest and press PLAY.

PAUSE at the same stopping point [after “Moses goes back to Egypt to face down Pharaoh”  (at 44:51)].

 

Say:  Moses was afraid that he couldn’t do such a big job.

 

 

Ask:  What important point did Moses need to learn? (hint: key Bible verse)

 

Say:  We don’t have to be perfect to do God’s work.  When God calls us to do something, he gives us with the abilities we need to do the job.  Just as God equipped Moses, God will equip us with what we need!  And God will always be with us.

 

Refer to the easel.  Ask students to say the verse together.

 

Have students load their creations into the zipper storage bag.  Remind them to not eat their creations until they have told the story to their family.

 

Closing:

 

Say:  The story of the Moses is about God at work in the lives of people in the Bible. What we learn from the Moses story we can apply to our own lives.  God works through the people surrounding us, and through us, to accomplish God’s plan. This week look and listen for God at work in your life.

 

If you have extra time:

 

Have students take turns telling the story of Moses’ birth to burning bush. 

OR  Watch the video again from the start of chapter 2 in Part 2. (Please don’t show beyond the stopping point indicated in the lesson.) 


 

Resources:

 

What's in the Bible: Vol. 2  Let My People Go.  Dir. Phil Vischer. Jellyfish Labs, 2010. DVD.

 

[1] Source of data: iLumina: Encyclopedia

 

 


 

 

Other resources:

 

Visit Carol's blog – where we encourage parents to continue the learning at home.

 

(Conflict of Interest Disclosure: None, Carol does not make any money from her blog. Any ads you may see there are placed by Wordpress.)

 

 


A portion of a lesson written by Carol Hulbert from: First United Methodist Church

Ann Arbor, MI 
 

Copyright 2012 First United Methodist Church, Ann Arbor, MI. Permission to copy materials granted for non-commercial use provided credit is given and all cited references remain with this material.

 

If you use this material, even in a modified form, please include the following reference:

Hulbert, Carol. "Moses: Bulrushes to the Burning Bush - Partial Video Lesson." 2012. Place URL where lesson found inside angle brackets<>.

 

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DVD - “Let My People God: The Story of Exodus" (New Superbook Series)

When Chris and the others talk about their favorite Superbook adventures, they have a hard time deciding which adventure was the best. Suddenly, Superbook appears to whisk them away on the adventure of a lifetime. They experience, first hand, Moses leading the Exodus out of Egypt! (Animated - approx. 28 mins)

[From watching the trailer it appears to cover (or touch on): Moses killing the Egyptian, Burning Bush, plus: Plagues, and the Red Sea Crossing.]

See Rotation.org reviews of the "New Superbook" DVD Series for more details on this series link).

Saddleback Kids' "Moses and the Burning Bush" (Exodus 2-3)

-a 5 minute animated video suitable for use with a Bible study or in worship.



A list of all Saddleback Kids' free videos on Moses:

Moses, God's Servant (Exodus-Deuteronomy) an "overview" -https://youtu.be/5aFw8D3Degc

Baby Moses (Exodus 1-2) - https://youtu.be/vf-4x4iefQE

Moses and the Burning Bush - https://youtu.be/8kNTUX0mWP8

Moses and the Exodus (Exodus 4-14) - https://youtu.be/rzcYLCYItuc

Moses in the Wilderness (Exodus 14-24)  - https://youtu.be/ogfVBP35U-U

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