A Bitesize Bible Experience

Explore famous characters and events that form The Greatest Story Ever and discover how you can be part of it today. This family devotional course mixes online content and printed cards to form a colourful learning experience in you own home. Simple to run. Fun. Free. No prior knowledge required.

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  1. Review it
  2. Watch it
  3. Read it
  4. Quiz it
  5. Pray it
  6. Do it
  7. Place it
  • 40 Devotionals
  • 15 minute sessions
  • Interactive content
  • Outro


  • The End

    The End

    But the story continues…

Get started

A visual walkthough of how you would use it with your family.

Find a time slot

You need to find about 15 minutes everyday. You could do it after breakfast, or before bedtime. The same time each day really helps.

Print cards

Download each of the sets as PDFs and print them in colour on to white card. Download printable cards.

Setting up the timeline

The cards could stand up on a window sill or shelf, be hung across a window with little suction cups, or alternatively across a radiator using little magnet hooks.

Do the first session

The Bible - The Greatest Story ever

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is it for?

It’s for anyone who can sit still and chat for a while. We think maybe age 6+. Try it out and let us know. Our children are 8, 10 & 12. They have loved it. It’s for those who are totally new to the Bible and who’ve been on the journey for a while. Everyone needs to experience how it all fits together to form the greatest story ever.

Who developed this resource?

The Ollerton family put this resource together during the Coronavirus pandemic. We designed a session each evening and road-tested it with our three kids over breakfast (and revise… and repeat). Charlotte’s a qualified youth worker with oodles of creativity - see the paintings on the cards. Andrew is a more boring-theologian-type. He works with Bible Society and is author of The Bible Course a small group resource.

Is this as good as it gets?

We hope not. We put the resource together with massive help from our brother-in-law on web & digital stuff (thanks Rich!). So let us know ways to improve it and we’ll do our best.

Why did they make it?

Loads of adults who’ve done The Bible Course have been pleading for a version to do with their kids and Grandkids (well two or three at least). We didn’t have the time to do it. So our kids started making it themselves. Then Coronavirus kicked in and the rest is history.

How can I get in touch or give feedback?

At the bottom of each session page is a feedback option. Break it gently…

Can I share it with others?

Sure thing. Please do!