Everyone loves a good story—especially children! But what we sometimes overlook is that the Bible is more than a collection of great stories. It is the real account of God's love for the world.
In this full audio recording of the best-selling The Big Picture Story Bible, join author and narrator David Helm on a journey through the whole storyline of God's Word from Genesis to Revelation.
Help your child follow along and engage with the story in a deeper way by purchasing a copy of the fully illustrated print edition, available online or at your local Christian bookstore.
Part 26 - The Very Good Ending
God's forever people will one day live in God's forever place under God's forever rule. Can you believe it?
Part 25 - Letters to Live By
God chose some of Jesus' special followers to write letters to complete God's holy book.
Part 24 - God's New Kingdom Spreads
After forty days, Jesus left the earth to begin his kingly rule in heaven . . . but not before promising to send his followers a special gift.
Part 23 - God's Promise Is Explained
Jesus' followers were full of joy but they weren't full of understanding. So Jesus explained his plan to them from God's holy book.
Part 22 - A Brand-New Day
On the third day after Jesus had died on the cross, something amazing happened that turned his followers' fear into joy!
Part 21 - Jesus' Followers Are in the Dark
After Jesus died, darkness fell upon the land and Jesus' followers were filled with sorrow and fear.
Yay!!!!! Super excited!!! I have a big age gap in kids, and I sometimes feel like the little ones get short-changed. We read through this book once. So I can’t wait to let them listen along while looking at the pictures again!!! Thank you
Great for young and old
This is a great summary and focused telling of God’s story. The narration is clear and done well, but the tone to turn the picture is a bit much. If possible, one with it and without it should be made available. If my kids are listening by themselves, the tone can be helpful, but if they are just listening through it, the tones can be a little distracting. Great work.