Resources by Topic: Bible Reading & Memorization

Get Into the Book

Get Into the Book

Plenty of people read the Bible without making it central to their lives. Kay Arthur calls it reading just enough to stay out of trouble. View More →

Lifeless Routine

Lifeless Routine

It’s easier to breathe life back into a lifeless routine than to get life where there’s no routine established at all. View More →

Worth the Effort

Worth the Effort

If you’re a parent who loves Jesus, you know it’s important to teach, encourage, and pass the spiritual baton on to the next generation. View More →

An Eternal Treasure

An Eternal Treasure

What are you doing to better know God’s Word and make Him known? Nancy encourages families to consider one way of doing that: through the National Bible Bee. View More →

Susannah Wesley

Susannah Wesley

Having little ones can present a challenge to any mom who wants to develop a consistent devotional life, but it can be done. View More →

A Lamp and a Light

A Lamp and a Light

You wouldn’t try to walk down a pitch-dark path without a light of some sort, would you? Kristie Anyabwile helps us see how God’s Word is a lamp to our feet. View More →

A Spiritual Workout

A Spiritual Workout

In the same way that your capacity for physical exercise grows the more you work out, so God increases your love and hunger for His Word. View More →

Eat It!

Eat It!

Here’s a thought-provoking question: what delights you? What do you enjoy? The author of Psalm 119 found a lot of joy and life in the Word of God. View More →

Recapturing the Wonder

Recapturing the Wonder

In these days of over-stimulation, it’s harder and harder to be amazed by anything, including the Word of God. Nancy takes us to Psalm 119 to help us recapture View More →

Quote and Float

Quote and Float

Nancy Epperson knows hundreds of scriptures by heart. She says she’s not naturally very good at memorizing. View More →