Children's Bible Quizzing
Follow Dr. Digalot and Canteen the Camel as they dig into the book of Genesis.
Children's Quizzing is a six-year Bible study program with a competition element, designed for school-age children. This year, students will be studying the book of Genesis. Through active learning, the stories will come to life as children learn and understand scripture. Students will follow Dr. Digalot and Canteen the Camel as they dig into the Word and discover Biblical truths.
Activities are specifically geared to help children immerse themselves in the ancient world, learning what life was like for Adam and Eve, Noah, Abraham, Joseph, and many others. Each week children build their spiritual vocabulary as they incorporate FAITH WORDS into their everyday lives. Characteristics of God are revealed in each weekly Dig Site to help children learn who God is, what He is like, and how He interacts with people.
Journey Into Genesis is the theme for Studies in Genesis. Through inductive Bible study and fun activities, Dr. Digalot and Canteen "time warp" back to Bible times and travel with the earliest people—Adam and Eve, Abraham and Sarah, Isaac and Rebekah, and many others. Kids will learn about God’s faithfulness and His covenants to Noah and Abraham. God’s redemption is evident in Genesis, a foreshadowing of what He still does today.
Along the way, Dr. Digalot and Canteen discover the importance of following God!
Studies in Genesis (2019-20)
Studies in Exodus (2020-21)
Studies in Joshua, Judges, and Ruth (2021-22)
Studies in 1 & 2 Samuel (2022-23)
Studies in Matthew (2023-24)
Studies in Acts (2024-25)
These six books were chosen because together they give the overall chronology of God's chosen people, the Israelites, and a "snapshot" of the Bible.
- The series begins with the Creation account, the first people, and the Patriarchs (Genesis).
- It continues with the Israelites living in and leaving Egypt (Exodus), and follows them as they establish themselves in Canaan (Joshua, Judges, & Ruth, and 1 & 2 Samuel).
- The two New Testament books center on the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus (Matthew), and tell how the gospel of salvation came to the Gentiles (Acts).