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See the Book of Acts Like Never Before

posted by Corine Gatti

Today get a look at our early church during the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade on NBC. A.D. will present the first 10 chapters of the Book of Acts in a new series, and give viewers a sense of the early church. Prepared to be uplifted by this remarkable journey brought to you by executive producers Mark Burnett and Roma Downey, creators of The Son of God and The Bible.

 

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Juan Pablo di Pace as Jesus in A.D.

Juan Pablo di Pace, Babou Ceesay will play John, Adam Levy as Peter, Mary will be played by Greta Scacchi and Chipo Chung as Mary Magdalene. The series premieres is Easter Sunday, April 5th, 2015 on NBC.

For more on A.D. and a clip click here.

 

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Catch Veggietales on Netflix November 26th – Click here to go to the next page for the next word in your special message and for an exclusive downloadable surprise at the end!

IN THE HOUSE is VeggieTales for a new generation, available exclusively via the streaming platform Netflix.  Today’s young parents, who were raised on VeggieTales, are increasingly getting their television entertainment from streaming services like Netflix.  Netflix is the ideal platform for a show like VeggieTales, Kids love it so much they can’t wait for the next episode – and now they don’t have to.IN THE HOUSE is the next chapter in a freshening of the VeggieTales brand for new and longtime fans.  All of your children’s favorite vegetables have been given slight physical makeovers – but their personalities are as silly and funny and inspirational as ever.

Review: ‘VeggieTales: In the House’ Teaches Children Valuable Life Lessons, Fun for All Ages

posted by lwhite

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If you’re looking for a show that teaches your child valuable life lessons with a relevant faith connection, “VeggieTales: In the House” is it! I had the pleasure of watching a full episode from the revamped Christian-animated series and had fun the whole way through.

I joined Bob the Tomato, Larry the Cucumber and a few of their veggie friends in Puppies and Guppies and Pie Fight, part 1 and 2 of this new adventured-filled episode. In both parts, the veggies featured in the episode have their hearts set on what they believe is right or best for them, but the Biblical lesson revealed at the end teaches not only the characters but also the viewers a far more valuable lesson.

The songs were super catchy from beginning to end, the characters were laugh-out-loud funny and the themes in combination with the strong moral values taught throughout served as a breath of fresh air in the world of children’s programming. I promise this series will be a fun one to watch for viewers of all ages. Be sure to catch new episodes of “VeggieTales: In the House,” available November 26 only on Netflix.

The Epic Story of the Early Church Continues

posted by Corine Gatti

With much anticipation after the smash hit, The Bible, now you can get a glimpse of another epic story–A.D.

A snapshot can be viewed of this new series during the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade on NBC. It will be a first look from executive producers Mark Burnett and Roma Downey that will premiere on Easter 2015. Season 1 of A.D. takes viewers through the first 10 chapters of the Book of Acts, gives insight on the disciples after Jesus’ departure, and the early church.

Mamma Mia actor Juan Pablo di Pace will play Jesus, Babou Ceesay will play John, Adam Levy will be Peter, Mary will be played by Greta Scacchi and Chipo Chung is Mary Magdalene in this diverse cast.

“Christianity is among the most diverse movements in history, so when Mark and I looked to bring this epic story of A.D. to life on NBC. It was important to us to find a cast as diverse and beautiful as the church is around the world. We look forward to sharing these amazing performances with our audience, and in them we hope that people see themselves,” said Downey.

Don’t forget to check out the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade on NBC Thursday and don’t miss this exciting opportunity to see a clip from A.D.

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