YouTube Bible Video: Story of the Bible


Hey, friends! Today, I’m releasing a YouTube Bible Video: Story of the Bible! I’m so excited to share this FREE resource with kids, parents, teachers, and anyone interested in exploring the Bible’s narrative. Let’s take a closer look at the story and how it can be used to help learners of all ages connect with the Bible’s main message. I hope you’ll find it helpful and use it often!

YouTube Bible Video Story of the Bible

Breaking it Down

Our Bible Story video uses the Story of the Bible Review Set outline to help communicate the story of Jesus as “one beautiful whole”. The Bible is a large collection of 66 books, but we can share the story of the Bible in a short and accessible way. This video is just one example of how that can be done.

Bringing the Bible Story to Life

As a homeschool mama and a special education teacher, I fully understand the incredible advantage that visuals can create for many learners. Featuring the Story of the Bible Review Set graphics, this video brings Bible history to life through vibrant illustrations. I understand that visuals are only an aid, and they can never take the place of scripture and good teaching. However, visuals can serve as a powerful tool, capturing the attention of young minds and helping them visualize key events and characters from the Bible’s story.

Navigating the 17 Periods of Bible History

The video covers the 17 periods of Bible history, from Before the Flood to the Letters to the Christians. Each period is presented with a brief summary to help learners visualize the key events and themes of the period. This short outline uses “linking events” to show how the different periods fit together, giving learners a big-picture view of the Bible’s narrative.

It’s important to note that there is not one correct way to tell the story of the Bible. Every teacher, parent, or caregiver may have their own approach, depending on their style and learners. Our YouTube Bible Story Video offers one way to retell the Bible’s narrative, but it’s not perfect or definitive. When sharing the story of Jesus on your own, you may choose to simplify the story for younger students or go into more detail for more mature students. The key is to teach truth and to find a way to help learners connect with the Bible’s messages in a memorable way.


Ideas for Use

One of the great things about our YouTube Story of the Bible Video is that it’s designed to be versatile and accessible. Whether you’re a parent, teacher, or simply someone interested in exploring the Bible’s history, this video can be used in a variety of settings. Here are just a few ways you can incorporate it into your teaching journey:

  • At home: Watch the video with your children or grandchildren to introduce them to the story of the Bible, use it as a conversation starter to discuss the Bible’s main messages, or use it for review to help learners memorize the story of the Bible
  • In classes: Use the video as a teaching tool in Sunday school, Bible study groups, or other classes. The Story of the Bible Review Set graphics and outline can be used as a visual aid to enhance your lessons.
  • On the go: Access the video from anywhere! Watch it on your phone or tablet while on the move.

Check it Out

Our Story of the Bible Video is a fun tool for exploring the story of Jesus, no matter where you are on your journey. Whether you’re using it at home, in classes, or on the go, this video provides an engaging and accessible way to connect with the Bible’s teachings. Remember, there is no one correct way to tell the Bible story. When telling the Bible story to others, feel free to adapt this outline to suit your learners and teaching style. Join us on this incredible journey through the 17 periods of Bible history!

Thank you for taking the time to learn more about our YouTube Bible Story Video. We hope it will be a valuable resource for you and your learners, and that it will inspire you to explore the Bible’s story in new and exciting ways. Learn more about Teach Me Thy Way’s Story of the Bible Review on the blog. For more Bible resources, visit my shop here! You can also find Teach Me Thy Way on Teachers Pay Teachers.

Story of the Bible Review Set on bulletin board

Interested in learning more about the 17 Periods of Bible History?

The 17 Periods of Bible History, outlined by Bob and Sandra Waldron, provide a simple framework for memorizing the Bible story. Telling the Bible story does not have to be long or difficult. With this method, even the youngest of Bible students can learn to share the story of Jesus!

If you are looking for books to guide you through the story of the Bible, I wholeheartedly recommend Bob and Sandra Waldron’s Lamp to My Feet Series. For more information on that series, contact or visit Truth Publications at

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