Scripture memorization is one of the most beneficial spiritual disciplines our students can develop. Bible Quizzing gives students a structured curriculum for memorizing scripture, and a fun, competitive environment to test their knowledge and improve their memorization skills. Quizzing also keeps students engaged on the local church level, in Christian Education and school competition, and culminates each year in a National Bible Quizzing tournament held at National Youth Convention.
There is no new theology. There are new books published every month. There is not an answer sheet to this pastoral quiz.
Bible Quiz is a discipleship ministry for kids 2nd through 12th grade that motivates students to memorize and apply the truths in God's Word through exciting team competition, small group discipleship, and fellowship with other kids. The best part is that young people are building a spiritual foundation on God's Word! JBQ quizzers study Bible verses and other Biblical facts over a 3-year cycle.
Contact Joshua Abbott bq4life gmail. Pee Wee Bible Quiz helps children in Kindergarten through 3rd grade begin to develop a love for the Bible and an understanding of its basic truths. It teaches them to participate in a simple quiz bee style and prepares them to move on to Junior Bible Quiz.
Bible Quiz is a discipleship ministry geared for teens in sixth through 12th grade. Each year a different book or books of the New Testament are memorized by students. District and Regional meets take place in the Spring of each year with the top teams advancing to Nationals.
You'll find links to all free online Bible lessons for mature students on this page. Registration will also make special certificates available to you as you earn points doing your lessons. Register HERE.
The World Assemblies of God Fellowship or Assemblies of God AG is the largest Pentecostal Christian denomination, consisting of overchurches in over countries including 12, churches in the U. As the fourth largest international body of Christians, it prefers to be referred to as a cooperative fellowship instead of a denomination. Each beliefs is considered to have a biblical basis and are thus considered non-negotiable.
Donna has worked with the Sunday School ministry at First Assembly for over 20 years. She is not a native of Clanton but after moving here in with her husband, Glenn and two children, Wesley and Whitney, it has truly become home. As an Auburn graduate with a degree in education, she enjoys working with children of all ages and the amazing staff at First Assembly.