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Animated adventures little children love with God-centered lessons parents applaud! With Paws & Tales, kids can enjoy meaningful adventure stories and fun animation while they learn biblically based concepts like being thankful, overcoming fear, putting others first, and obeying God’s rules.

This DVD features two brand-new Paws & Tales animated episodes! Bonus Features: music videos, activities, and helpful teaching resources for parents, grandparents, and church educators

Episode #1: Correction Course When The Club misbehaves in the Collins Mansion, Paw Paw Chuck has to give them a good scolding. But, when his warning is ignored, the kids learn the dangerous consequences of their actions.

Episode #2: Whose Name is Jealous? Gooz finds a “lucky” penny, and the Calvary baseball team is on a roll. Now The Club must decide if the team’s dependence on the penny is just some harmless fun or if it takes their focus off playing to please God.

Running Time: Approx. 50 minutes
incluye audio en español

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DVD Video
ISBN:
978-1-4143-4116-3
Using colorful animation, fun characters, and great lessons, Paws & Tales is an exciting tool for helping build godly character into kids. Based on the Paws & Tales national broadcast radio program presented by Chuck Swindoll’s Insight for Living, the DVDs 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 tenth DVD in the series is based on Proverbs 10:17 and Deuteronomy 20:2-3 and includes two episodes that teach kids about pleasing and obeying God. In episode #1, “Correction Course,” the gang learns that misbehavior can lead to dangerous consequences. In episode #2, “Whose Name Is Jealous,” Gooz finds a “lucky” penny, and the Cavalry baseball team is on a roll. Is the penny just harmless fun, or is it taking focus away from playing to please God?