Little Image-Bearers: Simple Fun, Fascinating Discovery, Solid Truth

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This is a sponsored post; I received a DVD copy of the first season of LIB in exchange for sharing as part of the launch team! FULL REVIEW OF THE FIRST SEASON TO COME – THIS IS INSTEAD AN ANNOUNCEMENT!

Y’all, I am so excited about this new show made just for kids, Little Image-Bearers! I pray this encourages you – to learn of new, faith-based TV show for your kids, to entertain and discover who God is and concepts surrounding their worth and value in Him.

Little Image-Bearers is a series designed for children ages 2-10.  Each episode includes a unique item to explore, a local visit relating to that item, simple make-believe puppet story, and a fun “try it yourself” project, all pointing towards a biblical concept explained by Mr. Phipps.

Though the series is simple, it is designed to have a calming and peaceful effect on children while sharing the powerful truths of God’s Word, such as:

  • being made in the image of God
  • intrinsic value
  • self-worth
  • aiming for the mark that God has set before us
  • knowing God as our Creator
  • right and wrong
  • having a standard for our choices
  • valuing what is on the inside of a person

Fascinating Discovery

Every visit with Mr. Phipps features fascinating experiments and illustrations. Plus look forward to meeting interesting people from around the community.

Creativity and learning are a big part of Little-Image Bearers. Throughout the first season, viewers will learn how to grow salt crystals, design a coloring page, and make their own play money. They will also create their own puppet, paint a picture, connect the dots, and learn how to shoot rubber bands at a target. Each of these fun projects also go right along with the faith-based lesson of the episode.

Since children from different walks of life will be enjoying Little Image-Bearers, the experiments and items to explore will introduce many of them to new concepts. They will investigate playdough, a genuine gold coin, an original painting, a ruler, a fire starter, batteries, bows and arrows, and much more with Mr. Phipps. 

Simple Fun

Meet our two main puppet characters: Bobo Bear and Lala Redhead!  These two best friends are the comedic relief, yet they also reinforce biblical concepts in a different and entertaining way.

In each episode, viewers will enjoy going into puppet pretend to have fun with the show’s other main characters, Bobo Bear and Lala Redhead. These loveable puppets are the comedic relief of the show, yet they also present and reinforce the biblical concepts in a different and entertaining way. While the puppets have adventures such as making a volcano and building tables, they also learn lessons about valuing what’s on the inside and realizing that your worth isn’t in what you do or don’t do. With important lessons and endearing characters, puppet pretend is sure to be a favorite segment of both young and old viewers alike.

From adventures such as making a volcano and building tables to learning lessons about intrinsic value, these endearing puppets are sure to be a favorite of all ages!

Solid Truth

Mr. Phipps connects all the activities together with a short Bible reading. Every episode patiently expands upon a given concept helping “little image-bearers” grow in the understanding of who God is, and our relation to Him.

The first season of Little Image-Bearers is seven episodes long, and covers the following biblical concepts: being made in the image of God, intrinsic value, self-worth, aiming for the mark that God has set before us, knowing God as our Creator, right and wrong, having a standard for our choices, and valuing what is on the inside of a person.

The show features Mr. Caleb Phipps as the host. A father of young children himself, he understands how to relate to children on their level without watering down the Word of God. His heart shines through in each episode as he invites the viewers into his living room to have fun learning, exploring, and discovering who God is.

Children’s TV For All Ages + Seasons

Little Image-Bearers is a show for all ages, but it is made especially for the little Image-Bearers.

With this unique season we are in, social distancing and current news included, finding family-friendly activities and shows to watch is a big topic! If you are quarantined and need something clean for your kids to watch, you can also stream Little Image-Bearers when you pre-order the DVD! It’s set to release April 10, but pre-orders receive special early access.

P.S. As soon as I receive my advance DVD copy, I will be back here on the blog to review it!

Until the official release.. Check out the trailer, the website, and follow the Little Image-Bearers FACEBOOK and INSTAGRAM sites for updates!

~Katherine Newsom writes at Simple Natural Mama

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