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A Friend in High Places

Introducing an epic breakthrough in the world of children's entertainment! A new 13-episode series on DVD-ROM! A stunning mix of 2-D and 3-D animation! Sensational Bible stories, riveting first century adventures, promising lifelong lessons. Friends and Heroes is an exciting new animated DVD-based Bible learning series that teaches kids Bible stories, ancient history, and how to live life as a Christian. Episode #2, A Friend in High Places, retells the story of Samson and Delilah. In addition, a retelling of the story of Peter's friendship with Cornelius, the Roman Centurion, reminds children to love others. Each episode features 4 curriculum lessons (PDF format) with teacher helps, reproducible activities, and other materials that can be used for small and large group Bible study, Sunday school, homeschool, and family fun time. Friends and Heroes was created by an international award-winning team of producers, designers, script writers, and music composers. Their movie credits include Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Back, and The Miracle Maker. And the credits roll on. including Testament, Spider-Man, and the animated versions of Superman and Batman.

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