Tales Tales Tales, it’s what my daughter wants to watch. Veggie Tales! I’m very happy to accommodate when she asks to watch Veggie Tales. Today was the first time she even attempted to say veggie. I was so proud.
Why do we like to watch Veggie Tales in our house, they have a good moral/biblical message with them. Most of the stories reinforce a bible story and any way to bring the bible to life in my house is a great deal.
We have watched Veggie Tales: Abe & the Amazing Promise thanks to The Family Review Network and it was a hit. Again, again again, those were Zoe’s words when it was over. I think we watched it three days straight. The only reason we watched Veggie Tales Sing Alongs: Very Silly Songs is because the DVD wasn’t in the DVD drive. I know I can trust what is going on with Big Idea’s Veggie Tales. Most of the TV now is trash, we don’t even have cable anymore. We just turned it off, so we watch DVD’s and shows we pre-recorded a while back. I want my children to watch positive shows that will help them grow, and I feel that Veggie Tales is the way to go.
About Abe’s Amazing Promise:
Learn the story of Abraham and Sarah as they wait… and wait… and wait… for a promised child. Kids will learn God always keeps His promises, even if we have to wait awhile! Special appearance by our favorite radio host “Delilah” – performing the voice of Sarah!
Junior Asparagus is anxious for the new show production to be finished. Bob the Tomato responds to a fan’s letter about “waiting” by directing a Bible-times interview with Abraham, Sarah and their promised son. Bob & Junior’s patience is tested by splitting camels, a confused nurse, an easily distracted film crew, and a host of other laughable filming disasters!
Learn A Lesson in Patience with our newest adventure