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Welcome to the Scripture Memory Ministry Website

If you or your congregation have been looking for a simple way to learn and understand the Bible, then Scripture Memory Ministry is for you. This ministry is designed for fundamental, Bible believing churches, large or small, to help them be ready always to give a Biblical answer to every man, and is much more than a regular memory program in the following ways:

Memorizing Scripture

Brother David Barker has a simple way of teaching how to memorize scripture so that even a child can comprehend what is being taught. How to memorize scripture, how to enjoy reviewing verses learned so they are retained, and where to find practical verses to memorize, can all be presented to help the Christian have a chapter and verse on the tip of their tongue. How to retain the reference and the right purpose for memorizing God’s Word is also presented.

How To Have Devotions

Daily devotions is a vital part of the Christian life. A practical message can be presented to help people understand how to read their Bible and get something each day that can be applied to their life. Christians new and old can see their Bible reading become much more rewarding.How To Study Your Bible

The Word of God was written for man to study and know the teachings that God has given us to learn. Brother Barker has a burden to help people learn how to study and understand the Bible the simple, practical way God intended it to be.

Chapter Content

Brother Barker has put together an easy way for children and adults alike to learn what is found in different chapters of the Bible. Information from the Old and New Testament such as “the call of Abraham” is in Genesis 12, and “the man born blind” is in John 9, can be ready for use when necessary for finding things in the Word of God.

More than just a memory program
A better way of looking at and
through the Scriptures
It's not how much you memorize,
it's what you do with what you memorize.