Today on Buck’s Mailbag: A hippo escaped from a zoo! Do you have a fear of staplers? Are there any animals in Chuck Waggin’s barn? Can I buy a Buck Denver puppet? Afterwords, Awesome Bible Adventures tells the story of David and Goliath. We’ll spend the rest of our time with the Nature of God: Whales, Waves, and Ocean Wonders. Witness God’s beautiful creation, from coral reefs to puffer fish to humpback whales.
Does Buck Denver like french fries? Why do some people choose not to believe in God? Is all the stuff in the Bible really real? Buck’s Mailbag opens the Daily Player with answers to questions both silly and serious. Then, “The Pink Surprise” teaches Gigi that there are other blessings in life besides being first. On today’s episode of The Slug and Ant Show, the gang learns the importance of being kind to others who may be different from them. Later, the Read and Share Bible tells the Biblical story of the flood. We’ll spend the remainder of our time in the Fantastic World when Bill has trouble accepting Charles’ new friend, Tiny Pirate.
On today’s episode of Buck’s Mailbag: a woman was attacked by a stuffed moose! Does Dr. Schniff ever comb his hair? Why did Eve eat the fruit? First episode of JellyTelly Joke Time begins! Up next, we’ll head over to the One Minute Sports Clinic. We all want the opportunity to score a basket during a game of basketball. However, doing so requires proper shooting mechanics. Today we’ll learn the basics of shooting a basketball. Afterwords, Pahappahooey Island presents “The Unmerciful Kitchen Croc,” in which the culinary crocodile Giuseppe and the gang learn a valuable lesson in mercy. Later, Scriptures Shorts presents “Wave of Wisdom.” Surfer Dude is faced with a tricky decision when he finds a nice watch on the beach. After that, Clive and Ian visit the tropical forests of Central America to learn about sloths! The Rizers follow up God’s Amazing Animals with a rockin’ scripture song based on 1 Thessalonians 5:15-18. We’re all familiar with the most common hymns sung in churches… but what about the lesser-known ones? Pastor Paul will take a minute to share some hymns that didn’t make the hymnal. The Jesus Storybook Bible wraps up the Daily Player with “The Teeny, Weenie… True King.” We’ll witness God’s search for David, a king with love in his heart.
A chicken ran through traffic in Hollywood! What’s the longest verse in the Bible? Why doesn’t Buck Denver have a lady sitting next to him like other TV news stations? As always, Buck’s Mailbag kicks off the hour with responses to your questions plus news and JT Joke Time. Next on the agenda is Come On Over: “Working Together is Super Duper.” Joel is frustrated by his inability to build a birdhouse. Brandy and the gang lend him a hand as superheroes, and each of them identifies the ways in which they’re uniquely gifted. The chuch is like a body, and the body is like the church; they’re supposed to work together. God wants us to be connected with other believers. Today’s episode of KIDMO: Catch teaches us why God wants us to be connected. Later on, Cap’n Pete dives into church history once more to explain the Apocrypha– the reason why different Bibles have different numbers of books. The Parables continues the Daily Player with “The Good Employee.” Sir Barry hires another assistant, but can Brian get over her rather unusual biscuit etiquette? Finally, Clive, Ian and Monkey head down the river in search of wisdom yet again. In this episode, Brother Louie explains that if we want to be wise, we can ask God for wisdom.
Today on Buck’s Mailbag: the 160th anniversary of the kazoo! Does Buck Denver have a brain? How is it possible for Jesus to be perfect? JT Joke Time! What do you call a fish with two knees? After the Mailbag, KIDMO: Catch continues with “Challenge.” Sometimes when things get tough, we give up easily and stop trying. This episode teaches us that we must always remember that God is with us– in both good times and tough times. After KIDMO, we’ll head over to the One Minute Sports Clinic to learn some advanced basketball shooting tactics. Later, Hermie and Friends present “Buzby and the Grumble Bees.” The garden bugs secretly agree to help Buzby show his niece and nephew how unpleasant life would be if everyone misbehaved the way they do. Janet’s Planet rounds out today’s schedule when Janet and Professor Cosmos play a game of “one-upmanship” vying for who has the most knowledge.
On today’s episode of Buck’s Mailbag: Trees wearing sweaters! How was Jesus God’s Son? How can the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit be one and the same, but also the Holy Trinity? After the Mailbag, we’ll head over to The Fantastic World for “Patience Pays: A Lesson in Waiting.” Charles has trouble figuring out how to put together a model plane, and his lack of patience makes it especially difficult for him to get it done. Then, Friends and Heroes continues on with episode 6: “Sweet Freedom.” Macky and the gang plan to rescue some slaves from the Roman granaries. The stories of Moses and the Egyptian Slave Master as well as Saul on the Road to Damascaus are told. Through these Biblical tales and the gang’s exciting adventures, we learn the importance of taking a stand and choosing the right path. Gigi closes out the hour with “The White Lie.” After lying to her parents, Gigi is reminded that getting in trouble is no fun. When we do wrong and try to cover our sin, things only get worse… and our hearts become heavy with guilt. Thankfully, we have a God who knows our weaknesses and loves us anyway.
Legos patched up holes in New York! Why does Buck Denver wear the same clothes every single day? I wanna know how to make snowballs. What did Mendeleave say when element 83 left the periodic table? Jokes, news, and questions abound on today’s opening segment of Buck’s Mailbag. Up next is The Pond. In “Alligator Hunter,” Methuselah is taken away and the others must work together to rescue him. In “Listen to Your Mother,” Floyd the Turtle suddenly can’t hear his mother because, like many before him, he isn’t listening. The Daily Player continues when Clive and Ian visit the bottom of the ocean to learn about starfish! Later, Theo begins again with “The Good News.” Theo explains that we all fall short because of a problem called sin. We’ve all sinned and are in desperate need to a Savior, and Jesus Christ is the Savior that came to redeem us. The Rizers follow up Theo with an upbeat scripture song about 2 Corinthians 5:17– “A New Creation.” Dr. Schniffenhousen wraps things up with some awesome scientific facts about clouds.