Free Video Download: The Nativity Scene from "The Bible" Miniseries

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Get this exclusive Nativity clip and share it with your church this Christmas season.

The Bible is an epic five-week, 10 hour television mini-series premiering March 3, 2013 on the History Channel from Emmy Award winning husband and wife team, Mark Burnett and Roma Downey. For two hours each Sunday night millions of viewers will see the Bible from Genesis to Revelation come to life in a way never before seen. The final episode of the series will air on Easter Sunday and will feature the death and resurrection of Jesus.

Working with The Bible series team, Outreach has produced The Bible 30 Day Church Experience Kit along with a small group DVD study and personal guidebook so that you can help your church and community experience the Bible in a whole new way. Most churches will launch The Bible 30 Day Experience on March 3rd and conclude on Easter Sunday, but the kit and study can be used anytime of the year to help your church experience the Bible in a deeper way.

Download and share this free Nativity clip with your church this Christmas seasoon. 


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  • denteh

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  • Mithu

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  • Edi Balian

    Really appreciate you guys offering this for us to share it during our Christmas services. Much appreciated!

  • wsmitty

    I think this is a beautiful video. but I noticed a couple things. 1 No angels to tell the shepherds and 2. (BIGGEE) The wise men were not at the manger. They visited them later at their home. Read the passage, and it clearly states that. It makes me wonder what else will be wrong with this miniseries.

    • JW

      Scripture doesn’t clearly state the Magi were at the manger. Scripture doesn’t clearly state anything on the matter except that they did come sometime within the first two years of Jesus’ life on earth. It actually states after Jesus was born wisemen came to Jerusalem, so it wouldn’t have been on the day of His birth they visited most certainly. Therefore by that point what is to say where they were, other than obviously still in Bethlehem.

  • timstradling

    You have to make alternate download options available. Your download servers are clearly overloaded. It is downloading at 4kps – 28.8K modem speeds. Please fix or this is useless.

  • Colin Hanna

    Agree with the comments regarding lack of angels and visitation of the Magi, but also I don’t recall anything in Scripture to suggest that the Shepehrds saw the star as depicted in the video cip.


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