Walk through the New Testament a spoonful of scripture at a time with the Eat This Book Challenge!
We want kids everywhere to be captivated by God’s incredible love for them and fall even deeper in love with Jesus as they discover just how sweet time in His Word can be.
As parents, there’s nothing better than watching your child’s desire for a relationship with our Creator grow. We believe that with regular time spent in His Word, that relationship will flourish, providing the foundation for a faith that can withstand whatever the world might throw at them.
The Eat This Book Challenge will walk your family through key passages of New Testament Scripture with bite-size portions one week at a time for five months. We’ve also included optional family challenges and monthly verse memorization for those who prefer an all-you-can-eat-buffet approach.
While our primary goal for the Challenge is to have kids chowing down on the Bible, we thought we’d make it a little more interesting with some delectable prizes. For your chance to win, simply complete each week’s portion and then let us know you did by filing out the online form for that week located down below. Simple! Winners will be announced at the end of the Challenge.
The Challenge officially kicks off February 28 and you are welcome to join anytime. You can pick up your packet one of three ways: at either campus the weeks of February 21 or February 28 at the Eat This Book Table, online at the bottom of this page, or at Kids Check-In. Now grab a fork and get ready to dig in to God’s Word!
- Starting February 28, 2018 and running 20 weeks long.
How to participate
- Pick up a copy of the workbook at the Eat This Book Table, Kids check-in at either campus or download and print the Eat This Book Challenge Workbook.
- Each week your child completes the activities, let us know by clicking the link that corresponds to your completed week and filling out your family contact information. We will enter these forms into the drawing for 3 great family prizes!
Enter the Challenge