Saturday, March 9, 2013

The Little House That Stood

We are lovers of all things Veggie Tales - a love that I didn't come by until high school - you're never too old for Veggie Tales. I'm torn between the original videos that used Bible stories to these newer movies that teach using other fun stories. On the one hand, the older videos are extremely inaccurate in their attempt to be funny, and the newer ones are based off of secular stories giving them a biblical twist. Both are cute but shouldn't be considered Bible lessons - just fun Christian based films.

This month, I have had the privilege of reviewing the newest Veggie Tales film, "The Little House That Stood." After watching the DVD for 3 days straight I finally forced my girls to pick a different movie. I had been watching "The Good Egg of Gooseville" until I was thinking about helping my neighbors in my sleep - I didn't even realize that this was the bonus show. I don't recall watching the featured film, "The Little House That Stood" more than once. I had to replay it before I could honestly review it - but essentially it's a Veggie Tales film... need I say more? It is about the three little pigs and is supposed to depict the parable about building your house upon the rock - but as I said, my kids don't seem to have liked that one as much as the bonus film. Either way, it's a great addition to our ever growing Veggie Tales section of our movie shelf.

The best part?

I get to give one of my blessed bloggy readers a free copy, too!

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  1. Would love this for my nieces! Found you on FB :)

  2. I found you on twitter. My children's SS class loves Veggie Tales.