Bible Drill helped prepare student for college
    March 27 2013 by Jessica Francis

    For nine years now, I have been spending every spring studying and memorizing God’s [W]ord through Bible Drills. I guess I’ve always taken for granted how much of an impact this program has made on my life. The name alone tells the purpose: Bible Drills. The term drills refers to “any strict, methodical, repetitive, or mechanical training, instruction, or exercise.” Through Bible Drills, I have learned structure and discipline as well as good study skills and how not to procrastinate.
     
    All of the things I have learned throughout Bible Drills have prepared me for life in college. Although the program was initially created solely to learn God’s [W]ord, there are so many more implications that were never dreamed of. Each year has taught me different attributes that will help me through the late nights studying for finals and even for my first job hunt. For the rest of my life I will look back on my nine years of Bible Drills to help me through each trial life may throw my way.
    Jessica Francis
     
    (EDITOR’S NOTE – Regional and state Bible drills are in April. Contact Deborah Robson at (800) 395-5102, ext. 5652, for more information. Or email drobson@ncbaptist.org.)
    3/27/2013 3:57:37 PM by Jessica Francis | with 0 comments




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