In 2000 I started writing, editing, and producing a children’s digital Bible, hiring artists and narrators. I spent two years just writing and editing the script. We finished the Old Testament in 2019, just as my heart started acting up. It made my brain foggy, so I stopped working on these, but my artists kept drawing the thousands of pictures needed for the New Testament videos. Since the Book of Acts was the next one they finished, I am now getting to it, as my brain is much clearer with a pacemaker helping me out.
My grandson, Greg, works as an editor for a company that puts up children’s videos on YouTube. This January, he put up our three Old Testament videos (7 hours) on YouTube so they can be watched FREE. Some of them have thousands of views already. Now he is putting up the New Testament book of Acts, two chapters a week. Our channel is called theshowandtellbible and can be viewed on your phone, computer, or TV. Just search for it on YouTube. If you like it, please subscribe. This is very children friendly, eventually covering every story and every book in the Bible. We have broken it up into small sections, so that it can be used by teachers.
Here is the link to the Show and Tell Bible on YouTube to watch it on the computer or phone: https://youtube.com/@TheShowAndTellBible
Please send this link out or tell people about this. Ask them to subscribe to the channel as we will be adding the Gospels whenever the sections are finished over the next few years. It is being watched by people all over the world. It is really thrilling to get comments from foreign countries as well as here.
I am also working on putting up audiobooks. My first one up is “The Bravest Woman in the Town,” a novella placed at the end of the Civil War.
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A USA Today bestselling author, Nancy Radke grew up on a wheat and cattle ranch in SE Washinton State. She attended a one-room country school through the eighth grade. She learned to ride bareback at age 3 (Really! It was a common practice.) and when she got off or fell off, she would pull her horse’s nose to the ground, get on behind its ears, and the horse would lift its head so she could scoot down onto its back. Nancy spent most of her childhood exploring the Blue Mountain trails that bordered the ranchlands. She and a friend once took a trail that turned out to be a two day trip. They always rode with matches and pocket knives, so made camp and returned the next day. These long rides worried her parents, but provided plenty of time to make up stories. Her first novel was set in the Blues, and is entitled APPALOOSA BLUES. TURNAGAIN LOVE was the first one published. It rated a four star review from Affaire de Coeur. Scribes World said “Turnagain Love has some fascinating twists and turns, unexpected complications, and charming scenes.” It is light and humorous. Nancy currently has over 30 books written, both modern and western. All her stories are sweet and wholesome.