Resources

It's Harvest Time!

By every standard, 2020 has been an unusual year. When nearly all of our spring and summer events were cancelled, it seemed difficult to find a silver lining to the dark cloud of COVID-19. But it soon became clear: God was at work, and the end result was a tremendous year filled with progress and opportunities. In the words of Joseph, “God meant it for good, in order to bring it about as it is this day” (Gen. 50:20). Here are just a few examples of how God has been at work this year: ...
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Swordsmanship Takes Practice

We learn God’s Word by heart, but why? Treasuring God-breathed words (2 Tim. 3:16) brings joy, but that’s not the end of the journey. Blankets are great on a cold winter’s night, but they do no good folded up in the closet. Owning a nice mountain bike is a great thing, but you won’t enjoy the benefits if the bike hangs upside down in your garage. It’s great having tasty ribeye steaks in your freezer, but the real enjoyment of a steak comes in the eating of it. ...
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Now Available: Scripture Songs from Genesis to Psalms

Songs stick! If you want Bible verses to stay in your head, matching the words to music is a tried-and-true technique. That's why Scripture Memory Fellowship is excited to release a brand-new collection of Scripture songs for SwordGrip Old Testament: Genesis to Psalms. These 28 catchy tunes will ...
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Got Peace?

Life can be stressful. As the alarm sounds each morning, you wake up to find work, school, meal prep, and soccer practice all headed your way at top speed. Another day, another 16 hours of chaos. In the midst of this daily struggle, peace often feels like an idealistic fantasy. That's why the word " ...
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Phone: ✓ Wallet: ✓ Keys: ✓

There are certain things we don't leave home without. For most of us, it's a short list: phone, wallet, and keys. You check your pockets for them constantly and your heart skips a beat if something is missing. These items are simply too important to leave home without, so you look for them when they ...
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Kansas City Scriptorium 2016

  If you’ve never been to a Scriptorium, you’re missing out — big time. In a nutshell, a Scriptorium is a formal recitation of a predetermined portion of Scripture. Scripture Memory Fellowship hosted the first-ever Scriptorium in Hannibal, Missouri 10 years ago, an idea that quickly ...
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Join the Microblade Community

Success in systematic Scripture memorizing comes far more readily when we make it a group effort. Besides the benefit of God’s Word being hidden in more hearts, memorizing as a group creates accountability that helps keep everyone motivated. Scripture Memory Fellowship has always believed in the ...
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When Lackluster Looms

[caption id="attachment_14" align="alignright" width="209"] Laura Raborn[/caption] “A thing worth doing is worth doing well.” Since you read this blog, I have a hunch you agree Scripture memorization is “worth doing.” But the part about doing it “well” – now that stings a little. ...
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A Beginner's Guide to Memorizing Scripture

"And everyone who competes for the prize is temperate in all things. Now they do it to obtain a perishable crown, but we for an imperishable crown." (1 Corinthians 9:25) [caption id="attachment_14" align="alignright" width="209"] Dakota Lynch[/caption] One of the most common obstacles in the ...
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Memverse.com

Our mission at Scripture Memory Fellowship is a very simple one: to provide tools and encouragement that will help you and your family successfully memorize Scripture. We’ve spent the last 70 years developing our own set of resources, but we never hesitate to recommend any other helps that may be ...
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