Big Idea's Veggie Tales Analysis

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“Have we got a show for you” Big Idea’s Veggie Tales has inspired kids from ages 2-12 years of age and their parents around the world with good Christian values for over 20 years. Values that have been taught in the half an hour show by Bob and Larry (the main characters) are contentment, patience, handling fear and other important lessons. These lessons show that anything is possible with God’s love care comfort and help. Matthew 9:26 says: With man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible. Veggietales has been constantly reinforcing this verse with all of it’s shows. Veggietales started in July 1993 with it’s first show Where’s God When I’m S-scared which featured Junior Asparagus (Lisa Vischer) scared at night in bed when he find’s out God’s is bigger than any scary boogeyman. Veggietales was made by Big Idea Inc. It was created by Phil Vischer who plays Bob the tomato and Mike Nawrocki who plays Larry the cucumber The show opens with Bob and Larry answering a letter they get from a kid than they play a twist on a bible story and make it more understandable to kids. Some…show more content…
I think he chose this passage because it is not a trust like an earthly friendship. This is a trust of letting God lead you anywhere because God knows best. Jeremiah 29:11 says “For I know the plans I have for you declares the Lord, plans to prosper and not to harm, plans to give you hope and a future.” god’s plans might not seem to be helping but look at Joseph for an example. He got sent into slavery by his own brothers! but he didn’t lose heart. God used him and his trust in God to save thousands from a famine AND became second in command in all of Egypt. God had a plan for him and he has a plan for all of us. Mike had this trust in god and through it, he was able to help start veggietales Veggietales helps teach these important lesson to kids all around the

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