Item description for Where the Waters Run DVD (Moody Science Classics) by Moody Publishers...
Overview As a roaring river, it rushes over rapids and falls. It drops from the sky in delicate snowflakes, and pounds the ground in hailstones. It fills our ice trays and provides power for electricity. Water is the vital compound we need for life. Take a fresh look at this natural resource and you'll find out why ice floats when most frozen substances sink. And how water rises in the trunks of trees, working against the pull of gravity. And how God's supply of Living Water is the difference between spiritual life and death.
Publishers Description As a roaring river, it rushes over rapids and falls. It drops from the sky in delicate snowflakes, and pounds the ground in hailstones. It fills our ice trays and provides power for electricity. Water is the vital compound we need for life. Take a fresh look at this natural resource and you'll find out why ice floats when most frozen substances sink. And how water rises in the trunks of trees, working against the pull of gravity. And how God's supply of Living Water is the difference between spiritual life and death. *Spanish Track Included Approximate Running Time: 28 minutes Age Group: Elementary and Up
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Studio: Moody Video
Running Time: 30.00 minutes
Record Label Moody Video
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.48" Width: 5.32" Height: 0.52" Weight: 0.15 lbs.
Binding DVD Video
Release Date Apr 18, 2007
Publisher Moody Video
Series Moody Science Classics
ISBN 1575672685 ISBN13 9781575672687
Availability 0 units.
More About Moody Publishers
MOODY PUBLISHERS is a nonprofit Christian publishing house located in the River North neighborhood of Chicago, IL. Since being founded by D. L. Moody in 1894, Moody Publishers has distributed more than 300 million books, spanning from Bible commentary and reference to spiritual and relational growth, as well as award-winning fiction. All proceeds from Moody Publishers benefit The Moody Bible Institute, which exists to educate and equip students for Christian ministry.
Reviews - What do customers think about Where the Waters Run DVD?
Great science dvd! Feb 5, 2010
My children love these videos. Although my children are just 7 and 9 years old, they learn something everytime they watch any of them - and so do I! These videos have a great way of presenting the amazing wonders of nature and God's handywork all around us. We purchased the 19 DVD set Moody Science Classics: 19-DVD Set, and it was well worth it!!!
Nice educational DVD from Christian perspective. Dec 14, 2009
This is a Moody Science Classic, first produced in 1975. This 28-minute DVD teaches us about water. Why we need it, its composition, why it floats when most frozen substances sink, how water rises in the trunks of trees against the pull of gravity, the water cycle, etc. A lot of good educational information, and I did learn several new things myself. Besides, inspiring wonder and thankfulness at an important element of God's creation, the DVD also ended with a nice spiritual lesson at the end comparing the importance of water to physical life and the importance of living water in Christ.
However, I didn't enjoy this DVD as much as the other ones I've seen in this series. The explanations, while decent, weren't as engaging and accessible as in the others. They'd be fine for older children, but there was less that my 6-year-old could grasp than in the others. I also don't enjoy this narrator like Dr. Irwin Moon in the older videos. I thought the cinematography in this one actually seemed more dated than in some of those that were made in the 50s, maybe because of some of the very 70s bright colors?
Still, this is a nice educational DVD from a Christian perspective. I'd rate this one 3.5 stars, which I'll round up to 4. If you were only buying a few of the DVDs in this 19 DVD series of classics, I'd recommend others instead, but this is still worthwhile.