A musical team from Moss Point is competing to benefit a local charity on the hit GSN show "The American Bible Challenge."
The Red Roots Will vie for $140,000 to benefit the Home of Grace. It's an addiction recovery program that embraces all aspects of addiction and recovery, including spirituality.
The Moss Point team enters in the competition in the episdoe airing Thursday, April 4th.
The Red Roots include triplets Natalie, Nika, and Nicole Taylor. The three of them formed the Christian-pop-country band "Red Roots," which they named in honor of their red hair. All of them are passionate, tough competitors as well as being sweet Southern girls. "Our music reflects our growth not only as singers and musicians but our spiritual growth in our need for God. We thank music fans for their continued support and prayers."
Jeff Foxworthy hosts this one-hour game show in which contestants compete based on their knowledge of the Bible. The tournament starts with 18 three-person teams—three teams in each of the first six episodes of the season. The winning teams from each of those six episodes advance to play in two semi-final games. During the final round, one team will be named champions of The American Bible Challenge.
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