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Five Things to Remember in the Summer Study

Five Things to Remember in the Summer Study

I still remember the day I got my first Discovery Journal in the mail. Excitement welled up inside me as I opened the package then started flipping through the book’s colored pages filled with information - and lots of it. As excited as I was, I was also overwhelmed....

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Wrestling with Disappointment: A Participant Testimony

Wrestling with Disappointment: A Participant Testimony

The Lord has used the National Bible Bee (NBB) to enhance my spiritual life in so many ways, even though I've only participated for the past two years so far. The things that I have learned during the NBB Summer Study tend to trickle down into experiences during the...

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Meet the 2022 Alumni Service Team: Janese Hurst

Janese Hurst is a former National Bible Bee (NBB) contestant who hails from Pennsylvania, and she is now on the 2022 Alumni Service Team. Here’s a few quick facts to get to know her better. Quick Facts Age: 19Home State: Pennsylvania (Where she lives has some...

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What Does it Mean to be Redeemed?

What Does it Mean to be Redeemed?

According to Noah Webster’s 1828 dictionary, 'redeemed' means the following: "Ransomed; delivered from bondage, distress, penalty, liability, or from the possession of another, by paying an equivalent." A few other meanings from the more modern Merriam-Webster's...

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Meet the 2022 Alumni Service Team: William Saunders

Meet William Saunders, a 19-year-old National Bible Bee Alumnus. Having competed in the National Bible Bee (NBB) for most of his life, he has both encouragement and advice to share since aging out of the competition.  William currently resides in the state of...

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Six Blessings of Scripture-Centered Community

Six Blessings of Scripture-Centered Community

I still remember turning to my dad and asking, "What am I doing here?" before my first National Bible Bee (NBB) Summer Study meeting. I questioned what I was doing walking into a group of strangers, knowing only one thing about them. That one thing was that we were...

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