Chuck Swindoll’s Paws & Tales, Biblical Wisdom for kids – DVD Review

Based on the Paws & Tales nationally broadcast radio program presented by Chuck Swindoll’s Insight for Living, the Paws & Tales videos communicate biblical truth and show kids how they can apply it to real life. Kids will be captivated by the adventure, caught up in the laughter, and carried away in the fun . . . and the whole time they’ll be on their way to understanding solid Bible theology. This eighth DVD in the series is based on Ephesians 4:32 and Philippians 2:3-4 and includes two episodes that teach kids about being kind and caring. Featuring two episodes:

  • “The Hullabaloo at Hunker Hill”: C. J. and his friends learn a lesson in forgiveness and being tenderhearted toward one another.
  • “The Great Go-Kart Race”: the team discovers how to work together.

My Review

My first recommendation if you buy this video would be to keep it away from your children. I don’t know how it’s possible, but my kids some how removed the top part of the disc from the bottom part. Before they ever had the chance to watch it. However, if they had watched it, I know they would have loved it because they loved The Good Shepard Episode of the series. My children like learning about God and his love for them.

Even though I haven’t seen this one, I would still recommend it to anyone wanting their children to have a good foundation of being a good person and learning about God love. The Paws and Tales series is entertaining to children and even some adults. To view a clip of the first episode of the series, click here.

For more information about this DVD series, please visit http://www.tyndale.pawsandtalesgames.com or www.tyndale.com.

*The opinions expressed here are honest and the true opinions of those who gave them. There was no financial compensation for this post or the opinions expressed. We did receive a copy of the DVD from Tyndale Publishers in exchange for the honest review.

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