L2L is the oldest and largest leadership training program used by the churches of Christ today. It is a tool churches of Christ can use to help prepare their youth and adults for service in the Kingdom of God and help develop their overall leadership potential. L2L is more than just attending a youth rally or participating in a Bible Bowl. They offer a variety of Bible-based class materials and events for preschoolers through adults.
The goal of L2L is to provide churches of Christ with effective, year-round leadership training tools that can be adapted to individual congregational needs.
The purpose of L2L is to help local congregations instill the Word of God into youth and adults so that they will stand firm in the faith. Teaching students to do “Bible things in Bible ways” is the essence of L2L.
Books for this year’s Bible Bowl are Daniel and Ecclesiastes.
Founded on September 1, 1980, Bible Bowl consists of teams of four participants each answering a multiple choice question from a selected book (or books, usually 20 to 25 chapters in total) of the Bible. Each team is awarded 10 points per correct answer, with a 10 point bonus if all members get it correct.
There are four rounds of 25 questions, followed by the semi-final and final rounds. There are two divisions, Senior and Junior. Senior is for 7th through 12th grades, and Juniors are 6th grade and under. Those 1st grade and younger are recognized as Young Achievers.