Week #3: Over Half Way!

I praise the Lord for such an incredible group who has joined together to memorize God’s Word during these four weeks. We’re now over half way, and the finish line is in sight!

The Christmas Comes to Sunflower story is in the final editing stage before it goes to our copyeditor tomorrow. The Lord has helped every detail come together, and I’m very excited.

I pray the Lord uses His Word in your lives richly as you memorize and meditate on it. Keep that memorization work up!

Here’s a suggestion from one of our Scripture project families:

We use a white board. Each morning I erase an additional word or two from each verse (and Scripture reference), and each person has to read it, filling in the blanks. Then, each person tries to say it from memory. We’ve also written individual words or phrases out on index cards, mixed them up, then had the children put them in order and read them.  Then we remove several words, and they have to try to say the verse, filling in the missing words. Finally, they try to say it from memory.

May your thanksgiving be a special reflection of God’s goodness this week.

Serving Jesus,


“Thy testimonies have I taken as an heritage for ever:
for they are the rejoicing of my heart.”
Psalms 119:111

3 thoughts on “Week #3: Over Half Way!”

  1. Hi Sarah,

    Thank you so much for encouraging all to memorize God’s Word! We missed out on the project but would like to know when your ebook will be available to purchase. Also, I know if you have another project, we would be excited to join you!

    Thank you for your time.

  2. I just wanted to let you know that we have truly enjoyed this project. My 6 year old son normally has 2 memory verses a week but he has really surprised us with being able to remember all of Matthew 7:15-20. We knew he could but we thought it would be hard for him and that he would need some help but he has done such a wonderful job without help. We are so proud of him for working so hard on this. He really loves your books and cant wait to get this one. Thanks for this idea and encouragement.

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