Today on Buck’s Mailbag: Easter has come and gone. Easter bunnies invade Long Beach city! How can my sister and I share God’s love while in the Netherlands? Why does Buck Denver look like Elvis? JT JokeTime! What kind of car do you want more of? After the Mailbag, we’ll head to the Fantastic World for “Start Cleaning.” In this episode, Charles forgets to do his chores and learns a valuable lesson in responsibility. Next, Awesome Bible Adventures tells the story of Moses receiving the Ten Commandments. Later, the Read and Share Bible continues with the story of Abram. Henry Hand Puppet caps off today’s schedule. Harriet has left the nursery in a mess and refuses to tidy it up. After reading the story of Jonah, she realizes her mistake.
On today’s episode of Buck’s Mailbag: a man was kicked off a council for spending too much time on Facebook. Could Buck Denver comb his hair differently? Do Canadians say “eh?” JT JokeTime! What frog can jump higher than a telephone pole? Up next is The Jesus Storybook Bible. We’ll experience the battle between David and Goliath and how having faith in God can make a person brave. Today’s episode of The Nature of God is called “Fins, Foliage, and Shoreline Fun.” We’ll watch as God’s beautiful creation comes to life– everything from hermit crabs to parrot fish to common mynas. Later on The Parables, Sir Barry needs a new assistant manager and sets his three best employees to a challenge. Clive, Ian and Monkey wrap up the Daily Player when they head down the river in search of wisdom. In this episode, Pastor Paul explains that we learn how to obey God by obeying our parents.
Someone used packing tape as sculpting material! What was God doing before He made the Earth? Why are tomatos considered fruit? What did the chicken say when she laid a square egg? Of course, Buck’s Mailbag opens the Daily Player with laughs, news, and answers to a host of interesting questions. The Fantastic World: Adventures In Values follows up the Mailbag when Charles wants an adventure and tells a fib to Bill and his friends. He soon learns a lesson in the importance of honesty. Afterwords, From Aardvark to Zucchini continues with an episode all about the letter N– thank God for Noses, Nature and Neighbors! Michael tells us why hula hoops are one of his favorite things before we head off to the One Minute Sports Clinic. In the game of basketball, typically more shots are missed than made. Today we’ll learn the basics of rebounding in basketball! Later, Theo illustrates a life dedicated to believing in the right thing by sharing the example of Abraham. Then Cap’n Pete sails in to offer some advice on bartering. We’ll spend the rest of our time on Janet’s Planet learning about Pluto and other planets!
Today on Buck’s Mailbag: in Dublin you have to pay to use the bathroom on an airplane?! It’s almost May! Does Buck ever get allergies? Did Jesus have a beard and mustache? JT JokeTime! Ian tells some elephant jokes. Then, the Read and Share Bible recounts the story of Isaac and Rebekah. Everybody loves chocolate… but what’s the science behind it? Dr. Schniffenhousen will drop by to tell us. In “The Royal Pink Circus,” Gigi and Frances are both excited to see the traveling show. They’ve heard it’s the only circus in the world with princess tightrope walkers and pink tigers. The girls eventually learn that getting everything “right” is not as important as showing love and caring for our friends. Ever wonder why the Church is so important? Is it more than just a building? To finish up the Daily Player, we’ll take a journey with the Hillsong Kids team to explore living a life devoted to the House of God through music, comedy, and Bible truths.
Today’s Daily Player is chock full of Biblical tales, music, wisdom, and laughs! Naturally, Buck Denver starts it all off with episode 70 of his Mailbag show. A whale painted a picture! How do we know that the Bible is true? Can you sing my sister happy birthday? JT JokeTime! If H2O is the formula for water, what’s the formula for ice? The Parables follows up the Mailbag. Sir Barry is holding a big fancy party and Phil has a plan to get Vincent, Brian, and himself in. Will it work? Then, The Jesus Storybook Bible tells the story of “The Good Shepherd.” The Daily Player continues as we venture to The Fantastic World for “Stranger Danger” (Part 1). Everyone has to band together to help Tiny Pirate save his ship from the mischievous Heeby Jeeby. Afterwords, The Rizers treat us to an upbeat scripture tune all about John 3:16– For God So Loved The World. We’ll also take a look in the Read and Share Bible to hear the story of Jacob and Esau. We need to know what God says in order to know the truth. Today’s episode of KIDMO: Deep teaches us that since God inspired the Bible, we can choose to trust it over what anyone else says. Cap’n Pete draws our time to a close when he dives into church history once again to tell us about the Council of Nicea.
There’s a fake Phil Vischer in London?! Has Buck Denver ever ridden a horse? Are we mammals? Why does God love us? What does it mean that we’re created “in God’s image?” Buck’s Mailbag kicks off today’s Daily Player with laughs, news coverage, and answers to a lot of big questions. After the Mailbag wraps up, we’ll set sail for Pahappahooey Island. When the hungry Captain Hobbs uses a robotic flipper to get a hard to reach snack, disaster strikes and he accidentally ruins Giuseppe’s brand new cafe sign. Instead of admitting his mistake, Hobbs tells one lie after another. Soon the truth, as well as Hobbs’ many froggy disguises, begin to wear thin… and he must face his friends and tell the truth. Later, Clive, Ian and Monkey head down the river once more in search of wisdom. In this episode, Brother Louie explains that good friends help us stay wise by giving us good advice. KIDMO: Deep wraps up the hour with an episode that asks, “What Spiritual Authority Exists?” The Bible says that Jesus is the ultimate authority over every leader or power there has ever been. If we believe that what the Bible says is true, then we will exclaim it with all of our hearts.
On today’s episode of Buck’s Mailbag: a man dressed as an angel in Switzerland tells drivers to slow down. Is the Bentley Bros guitarist also Frodo from the Lord of the Rings movie? Has Buck memorized any verses from the Bible? JT JokeTime! What do frogs say to moms on Mother’s Day? After the Mailbag, we’ll head over to the One Minute Sports Clinic. This time we’re going to learn some advanced cheerleading motions. The Bible is the only book written by God, and it can change our lives. Today’s episode of KIDMO: Deep reminds us that we can plug into God’s word by opening our Bibles and reading them. The Read and Share Bible follows up KIDMO with an episode that tells the story of Rachel. Later, Friends and Heroes continues with episode 7: “Lost In Alexandria.” Little Leah goes missing in the backstreets of the city and is tricked into enslavement in Toadie’s sweatshop. With help from Portia, Macky works to foil the scheme. The story of Ruth and Naomi and the Parable of the Good Samaritan are told, and we discover how important it is to accept others and be a true friend. Janet’s Planet closes out today’s schedule with a short segment about Thomas Ryman, the man who built the Union Tabernacle Church.