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Homeschool Mother’s Soiree — Philippians in 28 weeks Giveaway

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.”

Philippians in 28 Weeks has been nominated for Christian Small Publisher Book of the Year Award 2014 in the category, “Nonfiction: Bible Study.”
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13 comments
Meme says 5 years ago

We’re just about to start with memory work so this is very timely.

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Kimberly R says 5 years ago

I like to have my kids do Scripture copywork, and we do Bible in our homeschool.

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Brenda Saball says 5 years ago

We do it through our homeschool day and Sunday school also

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tammy cordery says 5 years ago

we try to

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Janet says 5 years ago

We are using a classical approach, so yes, memory work is integral to our homeschool. I am amazed by my daughters’ ability to memorize! Oh- to have a younger brain again!

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Tawnee says 5 years ago

We do classical Conversations so we have foundations memory work in Latin, science, history, math, geography, timeline and English grammar then we memorize a bible verse each week as well as work on a poem each 4-6 weeks ands liturgy from church. We do a lot of memorization. 😉

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Amanda W-B says 5 years ago

Right know we read the bible before bed. When we start with preschool in depth next month, I plan to include even more bible studies in his day.

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Missy @ Dot-to-Dot Connections says 5 years ago

Our children are in Awana, so we read their books and work on their memory verses during the week. It’s so special to hear my children speaking God’s Word and know that they are hiding His word in their hearts!!

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Tiffany Deos says 5 years ago

We do it in our homeschool and through AWANA.

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Randi Lanz says 5 years ago

It isn’t a part of our school day per se, but my nearly 12 year old and I have a challenge with particular verses that we are both learning together.

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DeeDee says 5 years ago

All our copywork is scripture and most of our lessons have memory work but I am terrible at making the kids memorize, I just try to make sure they understand it.

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Carrie says 5 years ago

We are memorizing ABC verses, but i am horrible at being consistent. :/

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Andrea Bruns says 5 years ago

I dont do much yet, but my oldest is only 5. We are planning to work on it more in the future!

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