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How to Conduct a Biblical Word Study: 5 Simple Steps

How to Conduct a Biblical Word Study: 5 Simple Steps

Have you ever wondered how to learn about the original meaning of words in Scripture, without becoming a Hebrew or Greek scholar? Conducting word studies can give fresh insight into Scripture that you may otherwise miss. Here are five simple steps to get you started....

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Dedicate Your Summer to Scripture This Year

Dedicate Your Summer to Scripture This Year

This summer, thousands of young people across the nation will learn how to unlock Scripture and memorize God’s Word in an eight-week guided study. Today, we get to hear from three of these participants, as they share how their time in God’s Word during the National...

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Meet the 2021 Alumni Service Team: Olivia Davis

Meet the 2021 Alumni Service Team: Olivia Davis

Olivia Davis is an 18-year-old National Bible Bee alumna from Oregon. She competed in the National Bible Bee from 2010 to 2020, except for one year (2015). She enjoys playing the piano, baking, coloring, doing puzzles, and of course, memorizing Scripture! This year...

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What Does it Mean to be a ‘Witness’?

What Does it Mean to be a ‘Witness’?

Recently I’ve been taking a deeper look into the lives of the men and women in the New Testament. As I’ve been studying their lives, I’ve seen a recurring theme - believers together risking their very lives to bring the message of Christ to those around them. I was...

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Three Reasons Why Memorizing Scripture Matters

Three Reasons Why Memorizing Scripture Matters

When I first started memorizing Scripture on my own, I viewed it as a 'Christian duty' that would give me a sense of accomplishment. I saw it as a 'bonus' but never as a necessity of the Christian life. I didn’t see the full benefit of Scripture memorization other...

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