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260 Minutes of Content!                 Spanish Language Tracks Included!

The Apostle Paul’s Story Shipwrecked– 15 minutes

Giovanni accompanies his father on an unforgettable journey of fear and hope. The storm at sea is unrelenting. The ship is being torn apart. All seems lost, and yet. . . one prisoner, a courageous hero, knows God, and that changes everything. As children experience this dramatic story of the Apostle Paul through the eyes of Giovanni, their faith in the power and mercy of God will be strengthened.

Art Lessons –

COURAGE!  See The Light Heidi Shorts teaches the art of Creative Lettering. Learn to create letters that look as though they were built with weathered wood and nails. (24 minutes)

Who Will Save Us?  – See The Light  Artist Pat Knepley leads budding young artists in a step-by-step drawing lesson using chalk pastels. Turn on the black light to see that it is the cross of Jesus that saves! (19 minutes)

God is My Lighthouse  – See The Light artist and presenter Jim Pence gives a mixed media tutorial as young artists discover The Joy of Art. The black light reveal dramatizes that salvation is truly from the Lord! (27 minutes)

Bonus Features !

- Revel in the original contemporary music performed by “Breathing Room” recording artists Jan Roper and Kevin Dukes while watching Gloria Kohlmann draw her remarkable art expression of this story.

- Watch and Hear The Plan of Salvation, clearly and creatively presented as you have never seen it. (7 minutes)

- Hear See The Light chalk artist Gloria Kohlmann’s commentary as you watch a story scene being created.

- Meet the See The Light team.

Art Supplies for “SHIPWRECKED” Lessons

Creative Lettering with Heidi Shorts: COURAGE!

- White or light colored regular paper– 8 ½” by 11”

- # 2 pencil

- White eraser

- Pencil Sharpener

- 12” Ruler

- Box of colored Pencils

- Crayola EXTREME colored pencils: http://www.seethelightshine.com/store/materials.html

Chalk Pastel Lesson with Pat Knepley: "Who Will Save Us?"

- Dark shade paper – 9” by 12”

- Grey kneaded eraser

- 12 or more chalk pastels

- Florescent pastels – available at: http://www.seethelightshine.com/store/materials.html

- Black light – available at: http://www.seethelightshine.com/store/materials.html

- Baby Wipes

- Box of Tissues

- Old Shirt

Mixed Media With Jim Pence: God is My Lighthouse

- 2 jugs of water – 1 for clean water, 1 for dirty water

- #12 watercolor bursh

- # 10 Round brush

- Craft foam brush

- Black permanent markers – 1 fine point, 1 broad point

- Set of 16 watercolors

 - Crayola EXTREME Florescent crayons

- Black light – available at: http://www.seethelightshine.com/store/materials.html

- Paper towels

- Piece of masking tape

CUSTOMER REVIEWS
Children all Captivated

Review by blessedhomemaking (Posted on 7/23/13)

I love being able to teach my children at home. I love that I can teach them about the Lord in every subject that we study. There are so many materials out there to help us do just this as parents.

I was recently asked to review a DVD from See the Light (Drawing Children to Him). See the Light is a Christian company that produces art lessons on DVD for children to learn how to draw and paint. The particular DVD I was sent is titled "Shipwrecked". This DVD tells the story from the Bible of when the apostle Paul was on a ship that was prisoner on a boat during a very bad storm. In the story told by See the Light, they show what a young boy and his father may have experienced when they went through the shipwreck with Paul on board. As the story is told, we see beautiful drawings done in pastel, some even while they are being created. The artwork does indeed make the story more interesting. My children were all captivated.

After the story is told, there are three different art lessons. My children were amazed to see how beautiful scenes can be created using pastel, and they also learned how to do creative lettering. What is really encouraging is that Biblical values are also taught during the art lessons, such as the faith Paul had that God would do what He promised. The art lessons are shown step-by-step in an easy-to-understand, clear manner.

Also included are several bonus features: music performed while you watch one of the artists create a scene based on the Shipwrecked story, the plan of salvation, commentary while a story scene is being created, and meeting the See the Light team.

My children and I really enjoyed watching this video. The DVD format is great because you can pause it when you need to, and you can go back to it again and again. Watching something demonstrated for them helps children understand how to do something quite well.
I agree with SEE THE LIGHT - Lessons geared for ages 6+

Review by Lifessimplestories (Posted on 7/23/13)

My children take joy in art. Whether it’s as simple as crayons and paper or something more elaborate, they delight in being creative. So, how can those of us who are creativity challenged teach art? I have the supplies, but coming up with ways to utilize them doesn’t come easy to me. That’s where See the Light comes in. See the Light is a company that has a “love for the Lord Jesus Christ, a heart for children, and a passion for ministry.” Their artists and musicians teach art instruction in an engaging way while sharing the Gospel.

My oldest daughter chose the DVD titled Shipwrecked for me to review. This DVD has a Bible story, 3 art lessons, and bonus material including the plan of salvation told in a creative way. I was concerned with the level of difficulty for my younger children, but they all enjoyed watching the lessons.

My 2 and 3-year-old girls created their own artwork and enjoyed watching the show. My 5-year-old, who is very detailed, was a little upset when he felt like he couldn’t keep up. So, his big sister and I helped him and he was able to complete his artwork. My 9-year-old enjoyed everything about the DVD and has been asking if we can get another one. She enjoys art and really liked the different lessons that were taught.

In the end, they all enjoyed the lesson. I agree with See the Light, though, that the art lessons are geared for 6 and up. For me, it was nice having someone teach art in an engaging way to my kids. I look forward to purchasing another lesson in the future.
Excited to show my children black light art

Review by As we walk along the road (Posted on 7/22/13)

Art has never been my strongest subject. I've long enjoyed it but never been especially good at it. My children love art, however, so I've always struggled to find a good way to teach them different art techniques.
I used this with all of the kids- ages 13, 12 9, and 8- and I joined in and completed projects also.

I was excited about showing my children the demonstration of chalk art with a story because when I was growing up, we had chalk artists come to my church several different times. I loved seeing their works of art grow as they talked and played music. When the drawing was complete, the lights were turned off, and the black light lit to reveal the hidden scene, it was magical.

The story, told and drawn, is age appropriate even for younger children. Although the recommended age for the art projects on this DVD is 6 and up, even younger siblings will enjoy watching the chalk drawings and seeing the story revealed.

There are three lessons to complete and each lesson is demonstrated by a teacher on the video. There is chalk art, creative lettering, and drawing with mixed media. Each lesson uses a black light (purchased separately) for a secret reveal at the end.

Here are some things we liked:

* I liked that even younger siblings could join in watching the story on the DVD. All of my children were old enough to participate in the lessons, but I could see the benefit of being able to included younger ones at least in part of the lesson.

* I liked that the teachers often gave times for the students to pause the DVD and gather supplies or catch up with a particular technique.

* I liked that the instructors often said something along the lines of "Yours doesn't have to look just like mine."

* There was a good variety in the lessons that were offered. Different techniques, different projects- the lessons varied, and I think the kids enjoyed trying new things.


Things we didn't really like:

* The kids sort of obsessed with getting everything exactly right. I thought watching a teacher do it would be reassuring. Instead it seemed to make them nervous and disturbed when theirs weren't "right." The teachers's reassurances (mentioned above) helped a little, but there was a HIGH level of frustration.

* There were quite a few materials needed, and a few of them were not common things that I would have on hand but were specialty things I needed to buy. It did seem as of some of those things were used in some of the other DVDs. So, if you were going to do many of the lessons, you would probably be reusing those things- like the black light and florescent pencils and chalk.

* It was difficult for me to do this with the varying age levels I had. I think it would have been easier if I had split them up and had older kids and younger kids watch and work separately. The younger kids really could do it. It was age appropriate. But I think some of their frustration came because the older kids kept having to slow down and the younger kids were struggling to keep up.

* I made the mistake of sharing all supplies. This also added to our frustration as everyone had to wait for some of the things to be passed around. Even though it would cost more, if I were going to really continue to use this as an art curriculum, I think I would make sure everyone had their own or at least we had a few more to share.
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Awesome DVD

Review by Love Jeremiah 29:11 (Posted on 7/20/13)

My daughter and I loved watching the story of the Apostle Paul while learning how to use different art media. We used pastels, extreme colored pencils, and water colors to name a few. My daughter learned how to draw a lighthouse, make letters look as though they were made of wood and nails, and draw a ship with the silhouette of Paul pointing to a cross in the sky. When she completed the drawing of the Apostle Paul in a ship pointing to the cross in the sky, she was able to use a black light and see the cross glow. That was pretty amazing. She also learned how to utilize masking tape to keep the water colors from running. We had so much fun learning about the Bible and using art to depict certain scenes. Shipwrecked was an awesome DVD and we would recommend it.
Passing on the Blessing

Review by Embracing Destiny (Posted on 7/14/13)

I originally learned about SEE THE LIGHT through a giveaway. My 11y/o daughter has learned so much. I love the fact that my children are getting Biblical lessons through art.
My 5 y/o autistic daughter sits right next to her big sister and does the art lessons w/ her! She has a real talent and interest for art in spite of her special needs . She has limited verbal ability, but she specifically asks to watch "Art Family DVDs" and make drawings.
She has actually memorized the spelling of the word "courage" by watching "Shipwrecked" so many times! She will sit down with paper and draw the word art "courage" by heart. It's really amazing!
I've taken pics of my daughters drawing together while watching "Shipwrecked" to include in our homeschool scrapbook because it has been a wonderful memory-making time for us.
Easy to use

Review by Chareen (Posted on 6/1/13)

Thank you so much for enriching our homeschool with this product. We had a wonderful time exploring different mediums.
Great Way to Teach Art!

Review by Lady Violet (Posted on 6/1/13)

In the story told by See the Light, they show what a young boy and his father may have experienced when they went through the shipwreck with Paul on board. As the story is told, we see beautiful drawings done in pastel, some even while they are being created. The artwork does indeed make the story more interesting. My children were all captivated.

After the story is told, there are three different art lessons. My children were amazed to see how beautiful scenes can be created using pastel, and they also learned how to do creative lettering. What is really encouraging is that Biblical values are also taught during the art lessons, such as the faith Paul had that God would do what He promised. The art lessons are shown step-by-step in an easy-to-understand, clear manner.
4 were captivated by story, message, and lessons

Review by lifeandlove (Posted on 5/29/13)

Thank you for such a wonderful product! I had not known about SEE THE LIGHT until "Shipwrecked".
What a great way to teach art and share the gospel!
My 4 children were captivated by each lesson and the message that was shared.
I'm delighted to have this resource to help my children's creativity grow as well as their love for the Lord and His Word.
EXCELLENT!

Review by Janet (Posted on 9/29/12)

This art curriculum has been such a blessing to our homeschool co-op! The kids have really enjoyed these lessons from a biblical perspective. One hint of advice; if you use this curriculum to teach a class; please allow an hour and a half block of time. I only scheduled an hour for the class and we have been very rushed. Each DVD gives you three lessons and I showed one lesson per week. Buy this curriculum...you'll be happy that you did!
Thanks for helping VBS

Review by ThinkVBS (Posted on 3/23/12)

In planning our summer VBS program, I just needed a couple of supplementary ideas. This story of Paul plus the art lessons plus the plan of salvation bonus feature is a perfect fit for us. Thank you!
The High Quality Continues

Review by likeit (Posted on 3/23/12)

I've bought all of your other Bible story DVDs. My kids love the story presentation and the art lessons. So do the kids at church and in my homeschool coop.
This story is also excellent. I especially appreciate how God is honored and glorified in the story and in each art lesson that goes along with the story.
So - when's the next one coming?
Paul's story - Come to Life

Review by biblebuff (Posted on 3/23/12)

We had just come to this story in our Bible curriculum at both home and church. I decided to take a chance , and am glad I did! This presentation is not only Biblical, but is dramatic statement of Paul's faith and God's Sovereignty.
I'm ordering the extreme chalk, pencils, and black light today. The kids are excited to see those art supplies in action!

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