It stands for ...

daily
Bible
reading
accountability
group

...and it will change
your
life
forever

 


What's it all about?



Home
what is dBrag?
why dBrag?
how do I dBrag?
dBrag resources
testimonies
dBrag news
FAQ

 

 

 

contact me
contact me at ericjaqua.com





WHAT?

What is dBrag?
dBrag stands for:

daily
Bible
reading
accountability
group

... and it's simply a tool to help those who have a desire to take seriously the daily reading of God's word. It's a simple idea, but powerful. Accountability with other brothers/sisters in Christ is the key.

It's FREE, it's powerful, it's simple, and it's quite possibly one of the most life-changing things you can do for yourself.

The History of dBrag
Have you ever felt that you need to spend time in the Word every day? I did. For years I knew that I needed to be in the Word, but as much as I wanted to and as much as I tried, I could never be consistent. I had lots of excuses - "I'm not a morning person" - "I'm too tired" - "I'm too busy" - "I can't understand it" - "I'll let my pastor teach me" - and the list goes on...

What started as a way to keep me accountable for reading His Word every day, has now become a catalyst for life change in dozens of communities around the nation, and the world. Pastors, husbands, wives, families, singles, students, and children are all taking part in a daily washing of God's Word and it's going to have a HUGE impact on God's Kingdom!

In April of 2004, a group of friends and I were discussing this common desire to be in the Word every day and we decided that it would be a good idea to be accountable to each other. We agreed to read a chapter a day and email each other with our comments. That way, I'd know they read and they'd know that I did. What happened next was more than any of us could have predicted.

The life-change in all of us that started taking place was unbelieveable. Soon three of my other Wildmen brothers wanted to join the fun. Then, my brother "Hook" wanted in - and we started another group (Hook'd on Grace) with my Tres Dias brothers. Pretty soon, some of the guys' wives started noticing good things in their husbands' lives and started asking questions. They wanted to start a dBrag group, too. Then, whole families were dBraggin'. Entire youth groups are doing it, entire churches are doing it. Friends in other states have gotten involved and their churches are getting involved. Who knows where God could take this idea?

Want to know more?

CONTINUE >>>