Genesis 7: Episode 2 – Journey to the Sun

DVD Release: September 11, 2012
Genesis 7: Episode 2 – Journey to the Sun


Following their maiden voyage to the moon, the Genesis 7 crew powers up for a Journey to the Sun. On this second mission, Captain Enoch, Lt. Donton, and Priscilla prepare to launch a solar probe into the sun to measure each layer’s temperature, density, activity, and energy output. However, just as the probe touches the sun’s core and collects the necessary data to transmit to Lt. Jennings at Genesis Command, a sudden impact knocks out the craft’s systems, circuits, and Donton. Drifting dangerously close to the sun’s gravitational force, the flight crew sweats to restore power to the craft before they pass the escape velocity threshold and go beyond the point of no return!

In the tradition of The Magic School Bus, Genesis 7 is a fun and educational children’s series that combines suspenseful plots and computer animation to explore the solar system with a Christian worldview. “Journey to the Sun” offers bonus educational materials and the inspiring message that all things are possible with God!

Dove Review

The “Genesis 7” series is an adventurous journey into the Heaven that God created. This series combines education and faith into a journey that everyone will enjoy. As two young cadets join their uncle on a space travel of the solar system, they relate a connection of their faith and God’s word to the adventure they embark on.

In Episode 2, our traveling Trio is off to the hottest place we know in our universe, the sun. Captain Enoch, Lt Donton and Priscilla relate educational facts regarding this hot spot. The group also face the dangers that this mission takes them on and discuss the great salvation that God has given everyone.

Filled with adventure and faith, we award the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal to this DVD for all ages.

Content Description

Faith: None
Violence: None
Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: None
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: None


Company: Bridgestone Multimedia Group
Director: Steve Skinner
Producer: Steve Skinner
Genre: Adventure
Runtime: 25 min.
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe