Iesodo: Believe

DVD Release: October 15, 2013
Iesodo: Believe


An original new animated series which features the universal messages and teachings from the most influential man in history. A wholesome, broad-based entertainment experience for the whole family. IESODO: Pronounced yeah-sah-doe (Yay-sa-doe) is a Japanese word meaning “The way of Jesus”. Our creative approach is designed to bring the “teachings of Jesus” to kids and families through a high quality animated series.

Dove Review

Iesodo is a beautiful white dove and all that a dove represents. This is a charming story about how one faithful dove can bring a change to the world of birds. He shows all the other birds the right path to take, the importance of kindness, helping others and sharing with others.

The Gathering: This short tale will impart important lessons and values to all who view it. It is an entertaining, colorfully animated DVD that uses the peaceful symbol of a dove as the main character Iesodo. He is a allegory of Jesus in the bird world, his teachings are faithful and educational. Everyone in the family will love this series plus the wonderful music included in each episode.

Seeing is Believing: In this episode there is a blind bird, from birth, trying to find food and learn how to fly and there are mean birds that want to get rid of him. But other birds who have learned that believing in Iesodo, through faith, give this new comer a little help. Plus what the little bird wants most is to meet Iesodo.

The lessons taught in this episode are: believing makes anything possible, that being popular is not always as rewarding as you think and helping others gives you a good feeling. We are pleased to award Iesodo the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for all ages.

Content Description

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


Company: Capitol Christian Distribution
Writer: Rob Loos
Director: Brian E. Ray
Genre: Animated
Runtime: 30 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Starring: Voices of: Tony Oliver, Erin Bethea, Ron Allen, Joey Lotsko, T.W. Gibbis
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe