Philippians in 28 Weeks (ESV or KJV)

(9 customer reviews)



Memorize the entire book of Philippians in 28 weeks!

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?

What if you could memorize an entire book of Scripture? 

Nothing compares to the Bible. It contains the answers we need to successfully navigate life.

Philippians in 28 Weeks presents a painless way to commit the entire book of Philippians to memory.

Five Simple Steps

This streamlined approach is carefully constructed to present Philippians thought by thought using five simple steps:


It contains memory cards, copywork verses, journal questions, weekly reflections, recitations charts, and an optional tracking tool.

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To Whom Much is Given…

Some Christians live in countries where their access to the Bible is relatively unrestricted, but believers elsewhere don’t have that freedom. Where they live, the Bible is banned, and they face imprisonment—even martyrdom—when they spread the message of God’s love and salvation.

How dedicated are we to the cause of the Gospel? And, if we live in free countries, are we exercising our freedom responsibly?

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

Let’s be ready!


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9 reviews for Philippians in 28 Weeks (ESV or KJV)

  1. Marcy Crabtree

    Paul wrote this epistle while imprisoned to show his affection and gratitude to the faithful Christ-followers in the Philippian church. It is filled with the messages of contentment, humility, and joy. In it he shares with the church at Philippi how to live a joyous Christian life. And it’s one of the shorter books of the Bible. This combination makes it a great book of the Bible to memorize, both for practical reasons and some that are likely heart-changing.

    Using this 28-week approach as-is makes memorizing the 104 verses of Philippians attainable, measurable, and reasonable.

    Admittedly, we have taken a much slower approach to our memorization of Philippians. We have not been diligent with keeping to the weekly schedule or following all of the recommended steps. I tell you this to help you understand that there is flexibility in using Philippians in 28 Weeks. On the flip-side of that coin, it would also be quite simple to speed up the process, especially if you have students with a bent toward memorization.

    I believe you’ll find Philippians in 28 Weeks to be a useful Scripture memory and Bible study tool for your entire family. It would also work well for small group study such as homeschool co-ops, youth groups, or Sunday School classes.

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  2. Angie Wright

    This program is actually pretty simple. So simple, that it is brilliant. Read the entire book of Philippians every day for 28 days. Then, each week – focus on 6 verses to memorize. There is a journal to write down what the verses mean to you, and you work through the journal throughout the month. Simple steps: 1. Read 2. Record 3. Repeat 4. Review 5. Recite. The beginning of the book gives the history of how these were created, exactly how to use them, and also gives a scale on how to give a grade. It is a very quick start up for the teacher and the student. I had the PDF version and could print the cards for the boys.

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  3. Laurie Messer

    I am a big advocate for memorizing Scripture. This was the first time I’ve attempted to memorize an entire book in the Bible. I love the tools Home School Adventure Co. has provided in Philippians in 28 Weeks to help individuals and families memorize God’s Word.

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  4. Stacie

    This was very simple for us to use. We are taking our time through this still and it is taking us a little longer to get through as it takes my kids a little while longer to memorize. What I really like about this that helps my kids memorize is the copy work. We spent time learning the different versus and talked about what they meant to us. You really could read this in 28 days if you followed the steps. Read, Record, Repeat, Review, and Recite. I think now a days people get to busy and often neglect to memorize some of the scriptures. I know I am guilty of it. Taking the time to do this you are taking the time to let God speak to your heart.

  5. Dawn Oaks

    Philippians in 28 Weeks created a deeper study of Scripture than either traditional Bible Study or Scripture Memorization alone. The combination of both memorizing the Word and studying and journaling brings power unlike what we have had before in really understanding God’s Word.

    As a homeschool mom, I have come to truly appreciate that learning can happen from hearing, seeing, and doing. Stacy Farrell has done a phenomenal job of bringing this very premise together in her presentation of the study techniques in this resource. Other than taste, there wasn’t a sense that was not touched while completing the different aspects of this study.

    As Christians, we have bought into the Devil’s lie that scripture memorization has to be hard. In actuality it is no harder than learning the alphabet, memorizing lines from the repeated readings of your child’s favorite book, or your 8 year olds ability to recite verbatim the dialogue from their favorite movie. We employ many of these same techniques in helping our children learn their spelling words, relevant dates in preparing for a history exam, or even the parts of the digestive system in order. Why not use them to attain the same level of success when studying God’s Word.

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  6. Nicole

    I think that memorizing an entire book of Scripture is a fantastic idea. No one can take out of your head and your heart what you have worked so hard to put in there, and there are no better words to fill your head and heart with than God’s. That’s why I felt it was so important that my daughter and I work through this study together.

    Reading the Scripture daily was a wonderful idea, and both of us enjoyed that time. We were able to discuss the passages and get the meanings and messages out of the Scripture, and both of us found ourselves reciting some of the verses aloud from later passages, just from hearing them so often.

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  7. Erin S.

    I LOVED the idea of cards with this. You see I’m a notecard type person. All through my schooling years I would put facts I needed to memorize on notecards and flip through them whenever I could. It helped me to learn and memorize those rote facts. Well, this is the same principle. I also like that those notecards stick around. Well, they stick around if you take care of them, and then you can keep using them. If you get two months down the road and you no longer remember it all, well it’s time for a refresher course so get the cards out and practice!

    Want to hear more about my thoughts? Visit my review here!

  8. Kelli Becton

    The heart for Jesus that has gone in to the preparation of these materials is clearly evident. Although 2 of my children are a bit younger than the target age group for this product (8, 9, and then 13) I’ve been able to use it will all of them. We are taking our time to work through this and that works well for the younger ones. We don’t need to rush, we just need to fill up on God’s precious Word & I’m so thankful to have a copy of 28 days to help me do that with my boys.

    The more Jesus they get, the easier it is for them to keep their focus on things that are lovely, true, pure, and of good works.

    Additionally, the writings of Paul are some of my all time favorite because it is the perfect picture of how God’s love and sacrifice completely redeemed a wretched murdering sinner! It is a book of hope and love and of true forgiveness and the power to walk in it – FREEDOM in Jesus!

    It’s a wonderful addition to our family homeschool.

    A review I did on another of HSAdventureCo products:

  9. Isaac B. 13 y.o.

    This course has impacted my life so much. Our family started memorizing Philippians in November 2019, before this whole pandemic started, and finished in April 2020. It has provided me with much peace and joy during these uncertain times, continually reminding me of God’s sovereignty and promise to finish what He starts in us. I feel so blessed to have this whole book hidden in my heart. It has been our best course in our homeschool adventure!

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