Warner Bros sent me a box of six DVDs to give away that are perfect for the Easter season! If you celebrate Easter Sunday, I think these movies would be fun to watch while you are crafting or cooking for your family get-together.
|Leave a comment below to win this Easter DVD prize pack.|
All you have to do to enter is leave a comment below. And my mom’s site, CraftyChica.com is also doing a giveaway as well, so there are TWO chances to win! We’ll draw the winners at midnight tonight, PT and email them so we can get these shipped out ASAP.
The headliner of the pack is a new adorable family DVD, Lion of Judah ($14.98). Click below to read more about it! My six-year-old cousin watched this movie and really loved it, she thought it was funny and it really held her attention!
Follow the adventures of a bold lamb (Judah) and his friends (The
Stable-Mates) as they try to avoid the sacrificial altar the week
preceding the crucifixion of “The King”. It is a heart-warming account
of the Easter story as seen through the eyes of a lovable pig (Horace), a
faint-hearted horse (Monty), a pedantic rat (Slink), a rambling rooster
(Drake), a motherly cow (Esmay) and a downtrodden donkey (Jack). This
magnificent period piece with its epic sets is a roller coaster ride of
emotions. Enveloped in humor, this quest follows The Stable-Mates from
their stable in Bethlehem, into the Romans Courts passed the great
temple in Jerusalem, the hillside of Calvary, and onto the empty tomb as
these unlikely heroes try to save their friend. The journey weaves
seamlessly through the real biblical accounts of Palm Sunday, Jesus
turning the tables in the temple, Peter’s denial and with a tense,
heart-wrenching climax, depicts the crucifixion and resurrection with
gentleness and breathtaking beauty. For Judah, the lamb with the heart
of a lion, it is a story of courage and faith. For Jack, the
disappointed donkey, it becomes a pivotal voyage of hope. For Horace,
the, well the dirty pig, and Drake the ignorant rooster, it is an
opportunity to do something inappropriate and get into trouble. (LOJ
Written by Brent Dawes) (www.animatedKIDZ.com) (www.JudahMovie.com)