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The Prodigal Son

Chris, Joy and Gizmo are worried about a boy who is running away because he thinks his dad will never forgive him. Can they change his mind? Superbook takes Chris, Joy and Gizmo to ancient Galilee, where Jesus is telling the parable of the prodigal son. Witness how a young man goes on a quest for freedom and adventure, only to discover that what he wants most in the world is his father’s love. The children learn that our loving Heavenly Father is always ready to forgive.

The Birth of John the Baptist

Joy loses her patience while babysitting energetic little Charlie. Superbook takes Joy, Chris and Gizmo—along with little Charlie—to ancient Israel. Meet Zechariah and Elizabeth, who couldn’t have children, and see how God answers their prayer with a miracle! Discover why their son would become known as John the Baptist, and how he would prepare the way for his cousin, Jesus. The children learn that nothing is impossible with God!


Joy wants to convince a shy child to come on a group outing—but she arrives too late and they both miss the bus. Could the delay bring a bigger blessing? Superbook takes Joy, Chris and Gizmo to ancient Israel, where Jesus hears that His friend Lazarus is very sick. Instead of rushing to heal him, Jesus delays—and when He finally arrives, Lazarus has died. Witness the wonder as Jesus performs an even greater miracle by raising him to life! The children learn that God’s timing is perfect.

*Be sure to preview the Bible story video for this course, as some imagery may be too intense for young children. The condensed version is less intense. Also preview the Bible Background and the Signposts videos.

The Good Samaritan

Joy is so hungry that she’s reluctant to share a pizza with some needy children. Superbook takes Joy, Chris and Gizmo to meet Jesus, who tells the parable of the Good Samaritan. Witness how a wounded man is ignored by important men, then rescued by a foreigner who is despised by local people. The children learn the importance of caring for others—and that all people are our neighbors.

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