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Summer Study Host Group

A host group is a group of registered participants who meet locally to study Scripture and encourage each other during the Summer Study. Each group has a leader, called a host, who facilitates local meetings for registered participants to practice memory verses, play games, and have community with like-minded friends. Participants may choose a host group during registration.

Online Community

The online community is a private social platform where registered participants and their parents can exchange study tips, share encouragement, and connect with other families.

Become a host

A host is someone with a passion for encouraging others to study and memorize God’s Word. They are leaders in their community and eager to see the impact of Scripture in their hometown. A host partners with the National Bible Bee in its vision to “Know God’s Word and Make Him Known” in their local community.

What a host does

  • Invites their local community to participate in the National Bible Bee Summer Study.
  • Invests in their local community by:
    1. Encouraging Summer Study participants (ages 7–18) to study and memorize God’s Word through the National Bible Bee Discovery Journal.
    2. Supporting participants throughout the Summer Study who wish to qualify to compete in the National Bible Bee Competition.
  • Inspires their local community by hosting a National Bible Bee Proclaim Day.

*Ages 18+ can register to become a Summer Study host. Refund Policy

Registration Includes

  • Training videos and webinars
  • Host tool box (host shirt, promotional materials, etc.)
  • Access to host dashboard and online community
  • Official host group online listing
  • Discovery Journal PDF of each edition for the upcoming Summer Study (when available)

Important Dates

National Bible Bee Competition: November 17 – 20

2021 Participants

Go to Dashboard or Go to Community

Interested in being a host?

Join us as a host in 2022! Send us your name and email and we’ll let you know when it’s time to register as a host.