One thing I loved that Jeff Foxworthy says in the video I got to preview was that faith spreads in such a way that it’s not learned from what people say but watching someone live their life in faith. What an amazing thing to hear this from someone, especially knowing that it is going to become a part of mainstream culture!
I will admit watching the ‘Making of the American Bible Challenge’ got me a little teared up hearing the stories of why people chose their charity of choice. At the same time, hearing the choir lifted me up Spiritually and watching the contestants made me learn and laugh.
Ready to watch???? Check out the tailor here.
It airs Thursday, August 23 on Game Show Network at 8/7 central.
I know, a lot of people have church on Thursdays, but a lot of people have Tivo too, so USE it!!!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 Utilizing current as well as historical references, questions will be drawn from the rich, dense narrative found in the world’s best-selling book.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.
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