The Creation Museum and AiG will be represented at the National Bible Bee in Nashville in a couple of weeks. We are very happy to lend our support—after all, it encourages young people to study and memorize God’s Word. That’s why I am on the Bible Bee’s advisory board.
The winners of the three categories will receive some very special awards from AiG, and every competitor (about 300 of them) will receive a deep discount to visit the Creation Museum (just a four-hour drive from Nashville). Now, everyone is invited to watch the competition on November 17–20. It will be a very family-friendly event—with some excellent speakers and activities. Overall, the Bible Bee celebrates God’s Word and family discipleship.
Our staff member Roger Patterson will once again be there to represent Answers in Genesis.
The National Bible Bee is also designed to promote family discipleship by highlighting some of the Bible studies the participants do with their families. Roger will be presenting several workshop sessions describing how our upcoming new “Answers Bible Curriculum” Sunday school curriculum can be used by churches and families to build those relationships and to teach everyone how to study the Bible and defend the Christian faith. (For information about the ABC curriculum, visit www.AnswersBibleCurriculum.com—the curriculum is expected to ship mid-2012 for use beginning in the fall semester of 2012.)
Find out more on this nationals event by going to this webpage.
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