Some of the articles are actually Expert Papers which go into such depth that I am not sure how much my twelve year old daughters can glean from it. Several times, I have paused while reading an article I fear may be over their heads. “Do you want me to keep reading?” I ask. Their response is inevitably an enthusiastic, “Yes!” When discussing the episode later, they always manage to bring up something they gleaned from the articles.
This May, my husband and I have the opportunity to fly to Israel and see firsthand some of the sites highlighted in Drive Thru History Adventures. A nine-day tour, including airfare, costs close to $2400 per person. If the cost were not so high, we might have considered taking the kids along. Exploring Bible History with the kids has fueled our excitement about our upcoming trip, though we will be able to take in only a fraction of the sites that Dave Stotts highlights in his Bible History Adventures course.
My husband’s simple statement after that first video reflected my own thoughts: “That was good!” He looks forward to days when he can join us for lunch since we all learn from Drive Thru History Adventures.