The American Bible Challnge Thoughts, Behind the Scenes & a Giveaway (WIN a Bible & T-Shirt!) #TheAmericanBibleChallenge @GSN

I am so excited about the new game show The American Bible Challenge. I can not stand how many shows are on right now that I hate to have on my television. Most of the prime time shows that come on now are not appropriate for kids and family time. But this is!The American Bible Challenge made its debut on August 23,2012. We all sat down as a family and I can not tell you how wonderful that hour was!
As my daughter is preparing for a bible bowl she is excited to watch others testing out their knowledge. We all sat in the living room and shouted out the answers. I was so much fun watching us all test our knowledge and laugh. I grew up in the church and generally think I have good general knowledge of the stories, verses and people in the bible. But I have to tell you I LEARNED things during the game!
I also LOVE that all of the contestants are playing for a group / organization that they feel needs the money. It is amazing watching the stories about the groups that they choose and why!
More about The American Bible Challenge
Comedian and author, Jeff Foxworthy hosts this studio-based game in which contestants compete based on their knowledge of the Bible.  Utilizing current as well as historical references, questions will be drawn from the rich, dense narrative found in the world’s best-selling book.  The contestants will share their compelling back-stories and each team will be playing for a charitable organization. The American Bible Challenge is produced by RelativityREAL for GSN, with RelativityREAL’s Tom Forman (“Extreme Makeover: Home Edition”) and Embassy Row’s Michael Davies (“The Newlywed Game,” “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire”) serving as Executive Producers on the project.  Nick Stuart and Maura Dunbar of Odyssey Networks are Consulting Producers.
About Host: Jeff Foxworthy
Comedian Jeff Foxworthy is the largest selling comedy-recording artist in history, a multiple Grammy® Award nominee and the best-selling author of 11 books. Widely known for his redneck jokes, his act goes beyond that to explore the humor in everyday family interactions and human nature.
Behind the Scenes
I loved watching this behind the scenes of The American Bible Challenge. I had to share with you. If you have not watched this game show this will show you why I highly suggest you do!

Making of the American Bible Challenge from Chad Mallam on Vimeo.

This is one of my favorite giveaways of all time! One LOL&C reader will win  The American Bible Challenge T-Shirt AND a Zondervan NIV Quest Study Bible
I want to make this super easy and fun so here is how you enter:
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Watch American Bible Challenge Thursday 8/7c on Game Show Network. Catch up on past episodes here


  • Missy L

    My favorite story in the Bible right now is Job. Hard to imagine facing all those hardships and coming out on top

    mlynnh5 at gmail dot com

  • Anna W

    My favorite story in the Bible is Zachatius. I love the message of the story is that no matter what you have been done you can be forgiven and start over anew.

  • shannon oelrich

    I love that God called Kind David a man after Gods own heart. He was a sinner maybe worse than some of the rest of us yet God still loved him and it shows that no matter what we have done we are still precious and loved.

  • shannon oelrich

    I like the American Bible Challenge on facebook

  • Cindy

    Daniel in the lion’s den.

  • Wendy McBride

    The story about the woman that gave 2 cents, ….which was all she had.
    ALso, about Lazarus coming back to life after being dead.
    wendym at cableone dot net

  • Debbie Thomas

    Feeding people with one loaf of bread