Superbooks impact is growing now in Romania, where it functions as the basis
for a child evangelism project. Children aged six to twelve can discover important life lessons through the Superbook animated series.
Carteacartilor.tv is an interactive, fun and child-friendly site. The site contains nonviolent games, videos, Bible information and questions, plus daily verses.
Furthermore, children can create their own character.
In October 2017, over 14,000 unique visitors entered the site and 800 of them prayed to receive Christ as their Lord and Savior.
Dear Lord, thank You for dying for me and for wiping away all my sins. Thank You for being in my heart just as my parents are in my heart.
The Superbook animated movie can be used as a pretext for organizing
childrens evangelistic events.
My name is Remus. I am seven years old and my favourite character is Gizmo.
Child evangelism is justified and promoted by the Scripture and by numerous testimonies of Christians who met Jesus when they were little.
Superbook is a godly instrument, bringing the Bible truth in childrens life that can be used in church and in families.
Superbook is a part of my childhood. As a child, I watched Superbooks episodes and Im excited to see this modern and up-to-date remake. Such a lovely project !
Im glad my kids can see these episodes because they cant wait to interact with the Bible this way.
Please allow me to tell you what Superbook really means: its child evangelism. In this day and age, when violence and witchcraft are promoted, Superbook brings a message of hope. My three years and seven months daughter knows all of Superbooks stories. On different occasions, when we walk on the streets, she says: Daddy, this is just as Joy did in The road to Damascus: The Conversion of Paul episode or: This is just like Joseph and Mary.
Its crucial to teach your child even from the age of two, thats when my daughter started watching this cartoon. Its very important to make healthy investments in our kids.
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