Children will discover how they only hurt themselves when they hold grudges and refuse to forgive.
Alternate formats: DVD - $4.99
Crown Award 2002
Using a combination of colorful 3-D animation and live-action, Cherub Wings is an entertaining and inspirational production geared for young children. Motivated by his endearing love for little children, Cherub Wings, a spirited full-of-life angel, is commissioned by God to present a variety show that will help kids grow in faith. The result is a celestial array of songs, storytelling, object lessons and interviews with children that teaches as well as entertains. Each episode includes a visualized prayer, an illustrated Bible story, two high concept kid music videos, a Jesus quote, a Scripture song, interviews, and loads of fun! Recommended for ages 3 - 7.
Episode 8: Ooops! Sorry! -- "Ooops!" "Sorry about that!" "Please forgive me!" The reason these phrases ring a bell is because we so often need to use them! Everyone makes mistakes and needs to be forgiven and to forgive others. Join Cherub and Chubby in this funny adventure as they learn the true meaning of Jesus' instructions to "forgive from the heart." Children will discover how they only hurt themselves when they hold grudges and refuse to forgive.
"I Can Forgive": a visualized song
"Even as God": a scripture song
"The No-Mercy Man": an illustrated Bible story
"The Weed-Seed Garden": a comical object lesson
"How Many Times Shall I Forgive?": a musical conversation between Jesus and Peter
-English and Spanish language tracks
-Optional English and Spanish subtitles
For additional materials related to Cherub Wings, please visit www.cherubwings.com. There are plenty of fun activities for kids including games, coloring pages and activity sheets. You can download a poster or wallpaper or listen to your favorite Cherub Wings episodes and songs on the Cherub Channel. There is also a special section with resources for parents and teachers, including song sheets and newsletter subscription.
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I wish it was always this easy . My oldest two learned young about the importance of saying 'I'm sorry' just from watching this cartoon a couple of times.