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Bible Memory

There are two main approaches to Memory Work...

One is to include a verse or passage that is coordinated with each lesson

and then use a fun game to drill the verse during class time.
A second approach is to use an already-developed program that covers essential truths in pre-selected verses. Students either memorize the verses together based on their age and level, or they advance at their own pace.

Memory Games

Memory Programs

The picture on the front of the card helps the memorizer lock the first word or phrase into their memory. The built-in review system ensures that the verse will be there for a life-time!

Carefully selected Scriptures are organized and printed in handy Memory Books.  Verses are recited to a reliable listener and SMF offers three rewards as goals are met. Memory books are available in KJV.

It's a free website and app for memorizing Scripture by typing it.  Keeps track of your verses for periodic review. 

You can form groups and learn with others or have a challenge. 

With Bible book cards and fun games, kids will learn the books of the Bible. This resource includes active games that teach a variety of Bible skills: book order, major divisions of the Bible, locating references, key themes. 

Awana is an international, Bible-centered children’s and youth ministry providing local churches with weekly clubs, programs and training for students in preschool through high school. 

Verse cards are on a variety of Christian living topics. Designed for teens and adults.  Offered in NIV, NASB, KJV and NKJV. 

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