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For over 60 years Scripture Union USA has been partnering with churches to reach children with the truth of God’s Word. Our priority is to reach at-risk and un-churched children through two programs, called SuperKids and PrimeTime. SuperKids is a program designed for summer holidays and PrimeTime is an after school program. Special materials and training have been developed for these programs.
SU USA has a range of material to help people meet God through the Bible and prayer. This includes Bible reading guides and the Essential 100 material designed for use in church communities. E100 is an incredible suite of life changing study materials for all ages, including the Essential Jesus and the Essential Question; youth study guides, the children’s Big Bible Challenge, and more.
The Essential 100 Challenge™ (The E100) is a Bible reading program developed by Scripture Union USA. It is built around 100 carefully selected short Bible passages that enable people to get the big picture of God’s Word and in the process develop a daily Bible reading habit.
The E100 Challenge takes a reader through all of the major types of biblical writing including the Historical books, Poetry and Wisdom Literature, the Prophets, the Gospels, Acts, the Epistles and Revelation. Many churches around the world have already committed themselves to reading these passages together, as a community of God’s people, with tremendous benefits to the church resulting. Scripture Union, in partnership with other agencies such as the Bible Society and Wycliffe Associates, has developed this program in various countries around the world.
The E100 has also been developed for children. ‘The Big Bible Challenge’ is a book and website enabling children to work through these passages with an adult ‘coach’, helping them explore the stories more.
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Protestant 51.3%, Roman Catholic 23.9%, Mormon 1.7%, Other Christian 1.6%, Jewish 1.7%, Buddhist 0.7%, Muslim 0.6%, Other or Unspecified 2.5%, Unaffiliated 12.1%, None 4%
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