A young Christian's introduction to the Seder. Some of Digger's friends celebrate a holiday he has never heard of before. Spend a night of celebration with Digger as he learns the significance of the ancient feast of Passover while helping his friend, Beth prepare the Seder meal.
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A young Christian's introduction to the Seder.
Some of Digger's friends celebrate a holiday he has never heard of before. Spend a night of celebration with Digger as he learns the significance of the ancient feast of Passover while helping his friend, Beth prepare the Seder meal.
Digger is excited to learn that young Christians can enjoy the Passover celebration with the knowledge that Jesus is the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world. This delightful program combines 3-D computer animation with illustrations and live-action puppets.
Recommended for ages 5-10. Fullscreen.
This may be one question that has never been asked in your home, but perhaps it should. The Jewish Passover is a holy day that has great significance for the Christian, and learning how to celebrate it can only enhance one's Christian walk. How Can I Celebrate Passover?: A Young Christian's Introduction to the Seder is a 25-minute DVD produced by Vision Video. This 'movie,' through the use of two puppets, a series of cartoons, and the story of the Exodus presented as poetry, shares with five-to-ten-year-olds not only the story behind Passover, but also the basics of how to celebrate this special evening and the significance it has in the life of the Christian. Any time Hebrew words are used, they are clearly explained or translated; the Hebrew words, themselves, appear as subtitles so that you can see how they are properly spelled. Thanks, Vision Video; you gave me something I didn't even know I needed! Reviewed By: Rena Arlen
Beth introduces Digger to the Passover seder meal, explaining the traditional foods and customs. Animation takes young viewers back to ancient times to explain the origins of the ritual meal and its customs. Christian children between ages five and ten will be reminded of their faith's Jewish heritage - that their Savior Jesus was a Jewish man whose last meal with his disciples was the Passover meal. - Monica Tenney
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