X

700 Club CBN Shows

The 700 Club

Collecting Superbook for the Whole Family

Related Content

Want solid Bible Teaching for Kids? See Superbook Now! 

Related Topics
Julie Blim - 700 Club Producer

Tom and Catherine love nothing more than a visit from their grandkids.

“It’s a great joy,” says Catherine.  “Means the world to us.”

And what three-year-old Sunny and two-year-old Weston love to do when they come over is watch Superbook.  So after playing some games, they all settle in for an episode.

“It brings the Bible to life -- I love that,” she says, smiling. “They see Joy and Chris and they learn life lessons. ‘This is right - and this is wrong.’ You know, it’s a clear, clear-cut thing.”

They have collected the entire Superbook series, and they have their favorites.

“The Christmas Story,” Catherine says. “When the angels come and sing in the heavens when Jesus is born.  Another one is Queen Esther.

Catherine loves that the kids are learning Bible stories, as well as the ultimate goal of Superbook.

“The most important job of a parent is to lead their child to Jesus,” she states.  “And I think Superbook is a really good aid in doing that.   And these little children see them at school or see them at church or wherever and go home and tell their parents about it. So adults are being saved too,” Catherine says.  “It’s just the most wonderful thing.  It’s all about saving souls. And so when it gets to the end of the video and the song comes on, Sunny sings - it’s just adorable.” 

Show Guest Bio: 
Get Email Updates

Full Episodes

John and Amy went from two incomes and no kids to one income and nine kids! Learn the strategy that kept their finances growing all those years. It’s...

Shanti and Claudia moved before the real estate bubble burst and couldn’t sell their home. Accumulating debt forced them into bankruptcy. See the...

Tracey lost her daughter and marriage in the same year. Unable to support her two other children, Tracey tried out a new financial plan that has...

Shane and Heather’s credit card spending got out of hand. They got to a point where they struggled just to have money for gas to get to work. Heather...

Donate