Virginia Beach, VA (PRWEB) March 6, 2006
A survey being taken from a local online business webmaster is being taken out of curiosity from personal family experiences and is being used for business. Let’s face it, as a general rule most of the things that are good for us aren’t usually as comfortable doing as they should be.
When it comes to Bible Study reading the Bible can be hard on the eyes for most of us past 40 years of age and requires glasses. Children mostly agree that the stories can sometimes be interesting if they could only pronounce most of the words. Now that the world is saturated with video games and cell phones, all age groups find it less interesting to read the Bible.
I can personally testify that “when I mention the family making time to get together to read the Bible even just for one hour, the children look at me and frown as if they did something wrong and are being punished, God forbid they be in the middle of a video game at that time.” Sound familiar?
Well the purpose here is not to knock all video games because there are actually a few of them the wife and I find interesting as well. But we still agree that family values must remain on the top of the priority list. So we found a solution that makes Bible reading and learning together for fun and interesting and most of all easy on the eyes.
The website http://www.BibleMediaDvd.Com has DVD Bibles available complete for $29.95 in The King James Version, Holy Bible, New Living Translation, in both English and Spanish languages. They also had a survey poll they conducted that indicated that the DVD Bibles were used and accepted with open arms for both the elderly and the younger generation.
We found the DVD Bible we got was very interesting as we read along with the narrator and the visual Bible itself. It is interactive and you can even bookmark your spot you finished at to resume that exact place next time we continue.
As part of the survey we donated some of them to a local rest home for the elderly and they use them now on a regular basis. They seem to really appreciate them, and comments from the elderly say it is very easy on their eyes and keeps their concentration for them to learn and enjoy the experience as well. Feedback from the younger generations say they find the Bible Dvds more interesting and enjoy the experience and it also holds their interest longer.
Sometimes you may have to get the younger generation to show you how to operate the DVD Players themselves, since new technology is constantly changing. But thats another article.
If you have any Comments or Dvd Bible experiences you would like to share. Email to: webmaster@BibleMediaDvd.Com