Bible in media for homeschoolers is a great way to bring the stories we know and love to life. One thing to be aware of is that many videos that are available are not accurate in some of their portrayals. I recommend that you question your children after watching a show or video by asking them what may not have followed Scripture. Sometimes my children will watch a show and want to stop and point out the inaccuracies or we will even get out the Bible and see what might be wrong. This creates great Bible scholars for sure!

 

You can preview movies to make sure that it is appropriate for your family.
Some of our favorite places to find reviews are Dove, Plugged In, and Common Sense Media.

We have tried to put these in the best age group for watching.

If you have any videos that you would recommend in this category, please contact us or share your ideas in our private Facebook Group.

Netflix can be watched streaming with your Netflix account and costs $7.99 a month. Netflix DVD is also $7.99 a month for checking out 1 DVD at a time and can be added to your streaming package for a total of $15.98 per month.

Amazon Prime Membership is $99 for the year. With this package, you get FREE 2-day shipping, instant streaming videos and tv shows, and instant access to Kindle books.

Roku is a streaming device that allows you access to thousands of “channels” (free and paid). You can view Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu Plus,  to name a few. A Roku cost $49.99 and up and we LOVE ours and recommend it wholeheartedly.

Vid-Angel is a site where you can purchase a movie and set your preference to take out any language (even specific words are listed), sexual or immodest scenes, blood or graphic scenes, legal or illegal drug use, etc. and sell it back when you are finished watching it. It works on computers, phones, and Roku.

Dove Channel is like a Christian Netflix with faith and family streaming movies, videos, and shows. We are working directly with Dove at this time to have our own specific shelf devoted and categorized specifically for homeschoolers! It works on computers, phones, and Roku.