7 TIPS TO GETTING STARTED WITH BIBLE MEMORY IN THE CLASSROOM
It’s difficult to place a value on Bible memorization. Many people have shared with me the verses they learned as a child were still in their memory and comes to their mind when they need encouragement. They say they may not always remember the reference or even the exact wording, but the truth is still there. The seed planted many years ago continues to grow and bear fruit in their life.
As much as I value the importance of Bible memorization, I realized students were not making effective use of class time when it came to memorizing verses. And sending verses home with them wasn’t very effective either, as few students memorized them at home.
I decided to make MemLok Bible Memory a priority in the classroom. (Memorizing things can’t really be rushed, so you must make a commitment to spend time on Bible memorization.) This booklet will give you some ideas which have proven to work with students.
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