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Winners named in state Bible Drill
BSC Communications
May 26, 2011

Winners named in state Bible Drill

Winners named in state Bible Drill
BSC Communications
May 26, 2011

The Baptist State Convention of North Carolina (BSC)

recently hosted the State Youth/High School Bible Drill and Speakers’

Tournament Finals at Abbotts Creek

Missionary Baptist

Church in High

Point. Bible drillers were greeted with colorful

balloons, a host of church volunteers and welcome signs.

The state finals drill is the last drill before the National

Invitational Youth Bible Drill and Speakers’ Tournament, which will be held

this year in Birmingham, Ala.,

on June 24.

To be eligible for the State Tournament, students had to win

at the church and association level, as well as at a regional tournament

(regional drills were formerly referred to as state drills).

Contributed photo

Three North Carolina students will head to the National Invitational Youth Bible Drill and Speakers’ Tournament June 24. From left: Chandler Fryar, Union Grove Missionary Baptist Church, Eastern Association, Speakers Tournament; Lauralee Lopez, Unity Baptist Church,

Tar Association, High School Bible Drill; and Taylor Oxendine, Mt. Airy Baptist

Church, Burnt Swamp Association, Youth Bible Drill. Deborah Robson, right, is

the Baptist State Convention of North Carolia Bible Drill coordinator.

The finalists with the top scores from the State Tournament

and now continuing on to represent North Carolina

in the Nationals are: Taylor Oxendine, Mt.

Airy Baptist Church,

Burnt Swamp Association, Youth Bible Drill; Lauralee Lopez, Unity

Baptist Church,

Tar Association, High School Bible Drill; Chandler Fryar, Union

Grove Missionary

Baptist Church,

Eastern Association, Speakers Tournament.

This year six churches across North

Carolina hosted 657 drillers and three speakers at

the regional tournaments.

“Churches really stepped up to the plate this year in taking

ownership of this wonderful ministry. They are really catching the vision of

what Bible Drill should be and it’s so exciting to watch,” said Deborah Robson,

BSC Bible drill coordinator. “Learning

truths from God’s Word really is the foundation to growing in our relationship

with Jesus.”

Online Bible Drill registration continues to be successful,

as more and more churches are “going green” and putting aside the hard copy

registration forms. Churches can register at www.myncbaptist.org.

Next year it will be even easier for church drill leaders

and associations to download the church and association drills. They will be

able to do so online through a password protected venue. Information

will be sent out in January.

The North Carolina Bible Drill site, www.ncbibledrill.com,

is updated often with news and information. The Red Cycle/Cycle 1 verses are

already online for Bible Drill 2012.

North Carolina Bible Drillers and leaders can also get

updates and share ideas on the Bible Drill Facebook page Churches and

associations interested in starting a Bible Drill can contact Robson at [email protected].