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New website features TruthQuest: California
Posted on Jun 5, 2002 | by Staff

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--A new website has been launched to chronicle and follow the daily adventures of 12 Southern Baptist teenagers as they travel through California reporting on and participating in cutting-edge missionary work in TruthQuest: California.

The website, http://truthquest.sbc.net, features biographical information on the team members, high-resolution photographs and information about the reality show that will air on FamilyNet, a 24-hour family values network of the North American Mission Board's Broadcast Communications Group. The show will be filmed in July and debut in October.

Eventually the site will include daily journals, news stories from their adventures, and video clips from the show.

Baptist Press will send, Broadman & Holman Publishing will equip and FamilyNet camera crews will follow the 12 evangelical teens on a 16-day quest to discover missions and ministry in California.

The TruthQuest team will surf with an evangelical surfing ministry in San Diego, visit with a church that worships once a month on the beach, meet Christian stars in Hollywood, scale the mountains in Yosemite National Park with NAMB missionaries, minister to teenagers at a coffeehouse in San Francisco and more.

TruthQuest: California derived its name from the TruthQuest Inductive Study Bible, a student study Bible published by Broadman & Holman of LifeWay Christian Resources of the Southern Baptist Convention which will be used during the student venture.
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