“The American Bible Challenge,” hosted by comedian Jeff Foxworthy, premiered Thursday night on the Game Show Network and combined elements of faith and fun while contestants played to win money for their favorite charities.

The hour-long show pits three teams of contestants, with three contestants on each team, against one another in a Bible trivia competition that results in one team taking home $20,000 to donate to their charity of choice. At the end of the season, winning teams will also have the opportunity to compete for $100,000.

The premiere episode had its share of heartwarming moments, as individuals from each team – Minnie’s Food Pantry, the Suburban Saints and the Gospel Geezers – shared their stories as a part of the show’s introduction.

Ron Milton, an Iraq War veteran and Purple Heart recipient who was with the Suburban Saints team, shared his testimony about living rebelliously before beginning to live his life for God. He grew up in a Christian home, but after joining the U.S. Army at age 18 he began living a “party life.” One day, though, a friend invited him to a Bible study, and it made a major impact on him.

“That following year I deployed to Iraq for one year and just spent a year seeing the worst in humanity,” Milton explained. “And when you understand who Christ is, the worldview Christianity gives you, it gives you answers for why the world is so screwed up. It gives you answers for how the world can be fixed. And when you view your experiences in a war zone through those lenses, then it just makes more sense

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