A Life And Seth Situation - Commandments 5 & 6
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A Life And Seth Situation - Commandments 5 & 6
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1. A Life And Seth Situation- ... 26 MINS

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Show:   Kids' Ten Commandments
Publisher:   Tyndale House - 2013
 
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sixth, father, honor, commandments, children, tyndale house, elementary, desert, mother, kids, fifth
In A Life And Seth Situation, 11-year-old Seth, and his best friend, Ephraim, learn the meaning of two of God's commandments- "Honor your father and mother" and "Do not murder." In their quest for excitement, the boys head into the desert against their parents' better advice. Dangerous journeys through a wild sandstorm and encounters with a menacing bandit and his wild jackal named Odiferous turn the boys' overnight campout into an adventure of a lifetime. Kids will want to watch this action-filled, entertaining story over and over again as they learn firsthand what it was like to live in the camp of the people of Israel as they tried to follow God's instructions for their lives.

Suggested Age: Elementary  
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Speaker:  
Show:   Kids' Ten Commandments
Publisher:   Tyndale House - 2013
 
Keywords:
sixth, father, honor, commandments, children, tyndale house, elementary, desert, mother, kids, fifth
OTHER SERIES IN KIDS' TEN COMMANDMENTS
Stolen Jewels Stolen Hearts helps kids understand the meaning and importance of two of God's commandments- "Do not commit adultery" and "Do not steal." Trouble comes to the Israelites' camp when Simeon, a handsome singer, literally turns the tents upside down with his lively songs and pocket-picking money, Martel. "Anything goes" is Simeon's rule as he unsuccessfully tries to steal the heart of another man's wife. Meanwhile, Amos the rat becomes the "fall guy" for Martel as he steals valuables from people in the camp. Kids will want to watch this action-filled, entertaining story over and over again as they learn about God and his instructions for their lives.

Suggested Age: Elementary
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1. Stolen Jewels Stolen Hearts- ... 24 MINS
The Not So Golden Calf is the adventure of a lifetime as 11- year old Seth, his mom, and his quirky animal companions learn firsthand the meaning of two of God's commandments- "Do not worship any other gods besides me" and "Do not make idols of any kind." While Moses is up on Mount Sinai, the people of Israel lose faith and are convinced by Hazzaka to build an idol and worship another god. Today's kids will be enthralled by this action-packed mini-movie as they learn about God and his instructions for their lives.

Suggested Age: Elementary
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1. The Not So Golden Calf- ... 27 MINS
In The Rest Is Yet To Come, 11-year-old Seth and his quirky animal companions learn first-hand the meaning of two of God's commandments- "Do not misuse the name of the Lord your God" and "Remember to observe the Sabbath day by keeping it holy." While Seth's mom is away, he gets stuck working for Jeshanah, a greedy old man who breaks these commandments in his quest for riches and then suffers the consequences.

Kids will be captivated by this timeless five-part mini movie series as they learn about God and his instructions for their lives.

Suggested Age: Elementary
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1. The Rest Is Yet To Come- ... 25 MINS
In Toying With The Truth, kids understand the meaning and importance of two of God's commandments- "Do not testify falsely against your neighbor" and "Do not covet." The finest clothes, the best toys, the coolest pet...Seth becomes jealous of his best friend, Ephraim, and longs to be "the boy who has everything." When he accidently breaks Ephraim's amazing one-of-a-kind-toy, Seth keeps quiet and lets his friend take the blame until wise Ben-Ami, the toy maker, helps guide him to do what's right. Join the adventure as God's presence fills the tabernacle and the people of Israel continue their journey to the Promised Land in the Kids' Ten Commandments series' finale.

Suggested Age: Elementary
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1. Toying With The Truth- ... 27 MINS
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