Journey to the beginning – part 1

During this advent period, BCC Media will send a completely new animation series about the Christmas gospel. Written, drawn and animated by our own resources, our vision has been to create a series that engages the children and creates joy, gratitude and excitement around what happened in the small town of Bethlehem more than 2,000 years ago.

The series is divided into three parts, which will be published in conjunction with the Christmas program “While We Wait for Christmas”. In this program, our program leader, Jostein, gets visits from different families in our Christmas sittingroom. They will be talking about various topics, there will be competitions, Christmas music, and edifying greetings. This is a program designed to involve and gather the whole family around the glad tidings of the Christmas message.

Resources

Studio broadcast

Journey to the Beginning - part 1

Journey to the Beginning - Trailer

Drawings

First part of the journey

Here we hear the exciting story about when the angel visited Mary and told her that she was going to give birth to a son, who would be the son of God and the savior of the world. Her fiancé, Joseph, was also visited by the angel. And he wanted to support Maria and the little child.

At the time Mary was about to give birth, King Herod decided that all the people of Israel should be registered, and all had to travel to the city they originally came from. Mary and Joseph had to travel to the city of Bethlehem, in order to be registered there.

At the same time in a country far away, there were three wise men who discovered a new star in the sky. They knew that this meant that a new king would be born, and they set off to honor him.

Christmas mood

Jostein gets a visit from a family from Eiker. They talk about the joy of giving, and the greatest gift that anyone has ever given; Jesus who came to earth as a gift. We get a greeting from Bjørn Nilsen in Grenland, there will be Christmas music and an exciting guessing competition about how long it really takes to decorate a Christmas tree.

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