COVID-19 has had a major impact on many ministries the past two years, but church leaders have overcome the hurdles and carried on.

When it comes to Bible Drill, three state Baptist conventions — Alabama, North Carolina and Georgia — banded together to make Bible Drill a priority and came up with the A-B-C-D of socially distanced Bible Drill: At home, Be online, Church and Discover the outdoors.

“Drills were held in church parking lots, backyards, [using] porch bags with Bible verse activities in them,” said Belinda Stroud, an associate with the Alabama State Board of Missions whose responsibility is Bible Drill.

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This article was originally published at TheAlabamaBaptist.org.

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