Philippians in 28 Weeks™ — Scripture Memory Resource

love Him with all your mind!

What does it mean to love Him with all your mind?

  

The Bible is banned in many countries. Countless believers have sacrificed their freedom—and many, their lives—to spread the message of God’s love and salvation contained within its pages. Are we exercising our freedom responsibly?

Memorize the entire book of Philippians in 28 weeks!

 

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Delightful & Painless

It is easier to share the Word of God when it is etched upon your heart. Philippians in 28 Weeks™ is a delightful and painless way to commit the entire book of Philippians to memory.

Five Simple Steps

1. Read ✴ 2. Record ✴ 3. Repeat ✴ 4. Review ✴ 5. Recite This streamlined approach uses memory cards carefully constructed to present Philippians thought-by-thought, copywork verses, journal questions, weekly reflections, recitation charts to test your retention, and an optional tracking tool called “The Log.”

OUR STORY:

“We read Ann Voskamp’s blog for years before her best selling book, One Thousand Gifts, brought a new voice of radical faith to The New York Times bestseller list. If you follow her blog, you know she often encourages families to memorize Scripture. Inspired by Ann, one year we decided to memorize the book of Philippians in the 16 weeks that led up to Easter. We began by reading it once every day, (which requires about 15 minutes from start to finish.) Although life rarely accommodates a tidy schedule, we committed to reading the entire book every day…” (read more by clicking here for sample pages)

WHAT HOMESCHOOL FAMILIES ARE SAYING:

“I highly recommend this resource! I was blessed to work through the questions with my son and have him think about and apply what he had memorized.  Scripture memory is so important and too often neglected. This resource can help you and your family to ‘hide God’s word in your heart.’”—Veronica Hundley

 

To Whom Much is Given…

One day we will stand before our Holy God and give an account for how we managed the liberty and resources He entrusted to us. Let’s prepare.

Are you ready to become a “walking epistle”?

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