On March 21st, the second season of the American Bible Challenge began, and is continuing to be an amazing show!
Now check out the companion for the show ~
The American Bible Challenge Daily Reader
Written by Troy Schmidt
*On what mountain did the burning bush appear in Exodus 3?
*At the sound of what instrument will we all be changed in 1 Corinthians 15?
*What did Abraham tell Sarah to make for the visitors in Genesis 18?
*How old was Joseph when he first tattled on his brothers in Genesis 37?
(Answers can be found at the end of this post.)
You will find these questions and more in The American Bible Challenge: A Daily Reader. This is a 9-week devotional based on the questions asked on the Gameshow Network’s hit show The American Bible Challenge hosted by Jeff Foxworthy.
If you thought the Bible is a boring book, after reading The American Bible Challenge Daily Reader, you will see it in a whole different light. Troy Schmidt adds a dose of humor to serious subjects and stories from the Bible. Each day’s reading includes a Bible passage, a short devotional, and 5 questions from the show. And for someone who used to be the champion at Bible Trivia as a kid, I am kept guessing and usually can only answer no more than two of the five questions correctly the first time. I have learned more than I thought possible about Bible Stories I THOUGHT I knew by heart. I love the challenge this book brings to those who think they know the Bible, as well as the fun factor for any novice to enjoy! Some of the trivia is downright hillarious! I love this book!
About Troy Schmidt
Troy Schmidt began writing animation in 1985 for Dennis the Menace and Heathcliff. He also wrote for The Mickey Mouse Club for three seasons. Troy is responsible for adapting Max Lucado's Hermie the Common Caterpillar into books and videos.
Answers: Horeb, the mountain of God (Exodus 3:1); the last trumpet (1 Corinthians 15:52); bread (Genesis 18:10); seventeen (Genesis 37:2)
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