Shopping Cart item - $0.00

You have no items in your shopping cart.

Subtotal: $0.00

Resources

  • 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 gained traction with churches across the country. To date, more than 20 Scriptoriums have been hosted around the world!

    Thanks to the Pentimone family and Masters Community Church in Kansas City, I was able to attend my very first Scriptorium this past weekend. The event was a remarkable success that featured dozens of memorizers reciting entire chapters of Scripture with a contagious joy and enthusiasm. Friday evening began with recitations from Genesis, the entire book of Ruth, several Psalms and a portion of Isaiah. Recitations continued Saturday morning and featured more than 30 memorizers quoting through the entire book of Matthew and the final 3 chapters of Revelation.

    Continue reading

  • 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 value of group memorization, which is why we’re excited to announce our brand new Microblade program starting February 1. Microblades invites you to join a community of memorizers just like yourself, as well as get back in the habit of memorizing after the holidays.

    The Microblade community will memorize 2-3 verses per week on topics like Worship, Purity, and Marriage. Each Microblader will receive short devotionals for each memory verse and be invited to join the online Microblade forum. In the forum, you'll be able to interact with a growing community of memorizers, answer study questions, and discuss God's Word together.

    Each month's Microblade will be available in the SMF Bible memory app or via PDF download in one of five translations. Start off the New Year with a fresh commitment to Scripture memory and sign up for Microblades today!

    Click Here to Begin

  • When Lackluster Looms

    Article by Laura Laura Raborn

    “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. Sure, some days we have lots of focus and some weeks we make great systematic progress. Then there are the other days. You know, the “not that verse again” review session, the “don’t care about that” new verse, and the “half-hearted and good-enough” attitude. If you’ve been there, read on.

    Thoroughness, accuracy, review, assimilation, concentration—elements of high quality memorization—sound like work. And they are. Good news, there are some tips below. But hold it just a minute please, practical skim-readers! Consider why long-term, deep-down memorization matters. Continue reading

  • 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)
    Article by Dakota Dakota Lynch

    One of the most common obstacles in the way of potential memorizers seems to be a general uncertainty of where to begin. Aside from trying to pick just a few of the Bible's 31,102 verses to start with, many people are intimidated by the perceived complexity of an effective memory routine. It's only natural to wonder how many verses you should learn in your first week, or how often you should review them after that, but the first and most important step is simply deciding to begin. Fine-tuning the practical aspects of your commitment is an ongoing process that may never be fully complete.

    Just as we've each been gifted with a unique personality, it has been my observation that successful Scripture memory routines vary greatly from person to person. Continue reading

  • 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 able to streamline the process of hiding God's Word in your own heart. Although a number of those resources are featured in the Online Tools section of this site, I’d like to highlight just five reasons why memverse.com not only made that list, but is highly recommended by our staff at conferences and expos across at the country. Continue reading

5 Item(s)

×

Make a One-Time Donation

×

How would you like to donate?

Give by Credit Card
Give by E-Check

×

How would you like to donate?

Give by Credit Card
Give by E-Check

×

Make a Monthly Donation

×

Make a One-Time Donation

×

Make a Monthly Donation

Send the app to your phone.

×


Or click here to download it manually.