Movie Review Monday: Trusting in the Shepherd

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Really Woolly Kids - Trusting in the Shepherd - DVD

We received a new dvd from Really Woolly Kids (Dayspring) titled, Trusting in the Shepherd and watched it as a family. The older children thought it was cute, our older son thought it was “pretty good but not the best” and our oldest daughter thought it was silly (but hey, she’s outgrowing a lot of things that her younger siblings still happen to enjoy – that’s a part of growing up!).

Trusting in the Shepherd is an animated movie about a family of sheep (yes, the characters are cute little sheep as you can see from the dvd cover :-) ). It features two stories dealing with the little lambs learning how to manage their fears. The daughter lamb was afraid of the dark and the son lamb was afraid of a bigger lamb at school. As they processed their fears their parents and grandmother were influential in leading them to trust the Good Shepherd who is always with them and to the scripture verse Psalm 23:4:

Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for though art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me.

This kids dvd is very family friendly and entertained our little ones. A must see, especially if you have children who are struggling with fears.

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