Sign Up for a Summer Memory Challenge – Matthew 6:25-34
—Grace & Truth Linkup

If you find yourself needing to derail anxious thoughts, think on better things, or stay present in this moment, you’re invited to join us in a low-pressure scripture memory challenge this summer. 

Beginning June 5, a group of us will memorize Jesus’s message from Matthew 6:25-34 about anxiety. 

Matthew 6:34

We’ll go slow—one verse per week—but we’ll be steady. See the full schedule here

You’re also invited to join our private Facebook group, Hide His Word. It’s for anyone who likes to memorize scripture (not just this Matthew 6 challenge but any verses) and wants extra camaraderie.  

So if you want some help to keep life into perspective, sign up now to receive the weekly email reminder for 10 weeks, plus links to all our free resources to memorize Matthew 6:25-34, such as 3×5 cards, one-page texts, journal pages, etc.

Sign up today for our summer challenge.

Sign up summer Bible memory challenge

Questions? Share your thoughts in the comments.

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5 thoughts on “Sign Up for a Summer Memory Challenge – Matthew 6:25-34
—Grace & Truth Linkup

  1. Donna Reidland

    Lisa, what an important passage to memorize. I can’t say I know it word for word but I do quote most of it often in the process of counseling and spend time reading and walking through it with many of my counselees. That’s how I memorize most of the passages I know … that constant use and repetition.

    My counseling seems to run in cycles. I will often end up spending time with 2 or 3 ladies who are struggling with the same issue so God gives me time to really drive some passages down into my own heart.

    I love Psalm 119.11, “Your word I have hidden in my heart, That I might not sin against You.” I’m acutely aware of just how much I need His Word ready for remembering at a moment’s notice. Memorization is the key.

  2. Lesley

    It’s been a while since I took part in a memory challenge but I have signed up! I love these verses and I think it will be really helpful to memorise them. Thanks for the encouragement.

  3. Patti Gardner

    I’m in, Lisa! I love memorizing Scripture! Several years ago, I really felt the need to work on my memory—you know, to ward off the memory problems associated with aging. I thought, “What better thing to memorize than Scripture.” So I jumped into Scripture memory. Using a website called Bible Memory, I’ve been able to memorize large portions of Scripture—like Psalm 145 and the entire Book of James. I am excited to memorize this terrific passage along with you.

  4. Pari Ansari

    Hi everyone ? I am so excited ? joining this group . What a great way to study ? Scriptures especially in a group setting and at the same time sharpen our memories . Looking forward to this ??? Pari

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