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Bible Drill

4th thru 6th Grade

Connecting to

His Word

Bible Drill

Children will learn 25 verses, 10 key passages, and the books of the Bible. This is the pinnacle of discipleship for this age. Encourage your child to be a part of Bible Drill, which begins Sunday, February 1, at 4:30 PM. Meet in the Student Life Center. See you there! 

What is Bible Drill?  The purpose of Children’s Bible Drill is to make disciples for Christ.  The goal of Children’s Bible Drill is to help children:

  • Increase in the knowledge of the Bible.
  • Develop skills in locating Bible Books and Key Passages.
  • Memorize the names of the Books of the Bible in order and the Bible Verses and Key Passages identified on the current Verse Cards.
  • Learn how to apply the Bible to their lives.

For more information contact Charles Scheffe, 405-706-0763, EMAIL Charles.

Ways to practice the verses at home:

Students need to be able to say the verses in 1 of 2 ways. Either by hearing the underline portion and then they must provide the rest of the verse and its address, or by hearing the address and then they must provide the entire verse.

Try these game at home with your child:

Verse Toss
Grab a ball or something easy to toss back and forth. Then toss the ball back and forth with your child saying the next word in the verse each time the ball is caught. After saying the verse a few times together, alternate saying words. Change the pace of the tosses, and go again. This game is more fun with more players so involve the whole family and before long everyone will know the Bible verse including your child.

Disappearing Verse
Use either a dry erase or chalk board / or any surface that you can write on and then erase. Write the entire verse on the write on surface and read over it with your child. Then read over it with your child. Erase a few words from the verse and see if your child can tell it back to you with filling in the missing words. Continue until all words and reference is gone. For a greater challenge (especially if you have already worked on the verse a few times), erase a large section at a time, or erase all the key words in the verse leaving only conjunctions, (and, but, or) and definite/ indefinite articles (the, a, an).