Connect follows a plucky middle school theater group that aspires to stage every book of the Bible. The kids are pretty sure they have a clear understanding of everything that happens in "God's Big Story.” Well… most of it. They do have a few questions, concerns, and outright misconceptions. Fortunately, an ever-expanding cast of surprising and often bizarre visitors is on hand to help them navigate their journey through the Scriptures. And yes, there is a talking tube sock.
Becky and Todd know that “God’s Big Story” starts with the Creation of everything, the Fall of Creation, and how humans can repair the relationship with God. But an evil sock bent on world domination thinks it’s already too late. Can Becky’s goldfish help clear matters up?
To help supervise their productions, the kids get guidance from three guest directors with three very different styles of leadership. Eventually, Becky aims to being a leader, which means she might also have to “tell it like it is.”
For Todd, entering middle school is as jarring as when the Israelites went into exile. Todd’s antics lands everyone in detention. And upon their return, they discover a new ruler, Mike Boman, has seized control of the theater with the aid of an angry baboon. Will Becky and the gang adapt, or wi...
Becky and Todd want to put on a play about the birth of Jesus. When things do not go as planned and Becky and Todd are told they are not allowed to perform their play, they become determined to finish creating their play, no matter what it takes. Available subtitles: English
Joey takes an active role, and later takes the blame. Boman’s behind the betrayal. Becky and Todd discover their production of “Jesus’ Death” turns out to be a little…sad. Who’d a thought things would turn out this way? Available subtitles: English
Saul (before Paul) and Janitor Jerry seem to have something in common. If we have grace, why do we still need a bunch of rules? Bus-Bot breaks down, stranding the kids on the side of the road. With no AC, no electronic devices, and no snacks, the kids have to wonder: why are they forced to suffer?
It’s the biggest event in ages–a giant outdoor concert! But will the Holy Spirit show up? If not for Todd’s toe, the rest of his body might not have figured out a cure for his hunger. Among religious persecution and potential exclusion, new disasters keep popping up to thwart the kids’ theater ...