Trusting in the Shepherd
Really Woolly Kids
About the movie: Featuring TWO fun stories about facing fear and trusting in Jesus our Shepherd, with fun music & a sing-along to help kids learn Psalm 23:4!
Gracie's Ewe Scout Camp out. Gracie and her Ewe Scout flock head to Grandma Tabitha's for a camp out to earn a new badge. Gracie becomes frightened by the outdoors at night and has trouble enjoying her time with her friends. When Grandma Tabitha sees that Gracie is frightened, it gives her a good opportunity to teach Gracie and her friends about Psalm 23:4 and the Shepherd's protection.
Jacob's New Friend. Jacob faces fear on the playground and in the halls when a strange new kid shows up at school. Thanks to his dad's wisdom, Jacob learns that things aren't always as they seem and that according to the promise of Psalm 23:4, Jesus is always here to guide and protect us!
From me: I thought this video was cute! I can handle listening to it over and over and that's always a good sign :) I've really been picky about what the boys watch lately and I am always happy to find shows that reinforce our faith. I was glad to see that both stories focused on the same verse and the song they sang, "The Fear Not Song", was cute and I've been finding myself humming it haha! (you can listen to it if you click the link above) But what matters most is how did the boys like it, and they love it!
And I'm really excited because not only did I receive a DVD of Trusting in the Shepherd to review, I received one to give away as well! All you need to do to be entered is visit the movie's website, watch some of the clips of what you'll find in the show and let me know what you think!
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