National Bible Bee Game Show Recap: Episode 101

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The fourth episode of the National Bible Bee Game Show aired on June 6th at 9:30 AM. This is the first Primary Game Show episode to air. The Primary age division is made up of 7 to 10 year-olds.

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Meet the four contestants from this episode:

Hudson is from Iowa. He started feeding calves with his brother when he was just six years old. He enjoys traveling and doing concerts with his family. He plays the violin and piano.

Samuel is from Tennessee. His family loves to memorize Scripture, and often incorporates it into their mealtimes. He and his brother are building an egg mobile (a chicken coop on a trailer), and hope to sell lots of eggs! 

Ashrita, who is from North Carolina, enjoys knitting scarves and hats. She is very musical, and plays the piano and violin. Ashrita says that the Bible Bee helps her family to grow closer to God.

Adam is from Florida. One of his favorite hobbies is building with legos. He has built a race car, a castle, and Tower Bridge. Some of his other interests include chess, classical guitar, and baseball.

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Each contestant recited three passages of Scripture and answered three knowledge questions.

Hardest question:

Question: Name the Old Testament prophet (besides Jonah and Nahum) that prophesied about Nineveh's destruction.
Answer:  Zephaniah

Favorite verse:

"Let my mouth be filled with thy praise and with thy honour all the day."

Psalm 71:8


The two contestants with the highest scores, Adam and Ashrita, will advance to the semi-final round.  Hudson and Samuel are still eligible for a producer's wildcard position in the semi-final competition.

Congratulations to all four of the contestants!

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What do you think?

Did you like this episode?

What did you think was the hardest question?

And what was your favorite verse?

Be sure to catch the next episode either online or on the NRB network!

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