The Biggest Story by Kevin Deyoung and illustrations by Don Clark is a fun book, audio and DVD set for kids. The illustrations are bright and interesting. Don uses geometric shapes to illustrate the Bible in a simple way. Viewers will see that the animations are basic, yet effective in getting the story across.
The CD and DVD combination was a perfect Friday night relaxing activity that my family enjoyed listening to together. The Biggest Story is a brief overview of God’s love for all of us. It goes from the creation of Adam and Eve through Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection. The story reminds viewers of God’s blessings despite our own faults and imperfections. The overview is short, 10 chapters, and only about 26 minutes long.
The set is great to pair with a family devotion, morning Sabbath/Sunday school, or great for a church school. In our home, my 7-year-old daughters enjoyed The Biggest Story the most.
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About the Author, Kevin DeYoung
Kevin DeYoung is senior pastor of University Reformed Church in East Lansing, MI, husband to Trisha, and father to seven children. He is the author of several books, including Just Do Something and Crazy Busy, in addition to The Biggest Story.
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