A Bible Memory Plan for Busy People - The following Bible memory strategy is based on the method developed by Dr. Andrew Davis in his booklet, An Approach to the Extended Memorization of Scripture. (link below) With this method, verses can be memorized and retained with an investment of about ten to fifteen minutes each week.
10 Steps for Effective Scripture Memory - Tips from the co-founder of Awana
An Approach to Extended Memorization of Scripture - 28 page booklet that addresses the biblical call to memorize Scripture and the practical tools needed to do it. “Davis walks us through the nitty-gritty details of how to memorize large chunks--even whole books--of the Bible. Before that though, Davis makes a compelling case for the investment, showing the spiritual benefits of memorizing Scripture and answering common objections we use as excuses not to memorize.”
Simply Charlotte Mason Scripture Memory Card System. Basically, the idea is that you use an index card file box to organize cards that are rotated through four sections (daily, odd/even, Monday through Friday, 1-31) for review as the scripture verses are memorized.
Scripture memory Chart - A simpler method to keep track of when to review verses
Scripture typer site and app - review verses online or in an app on your mobile device.
Fighter Verses — 5 years worth of weekly verses if you don’t know what to memorize. There is also the “Extended Set,” a 5 year plan for memorizing longer passages. They also have an app.
“Foundation Verses are intended for preschool-aged children (2-5 years old). The vision of this collection it to lay a firm scriptural foundation of basic Biblical truth that will pave the way for faith response, and to establish the habit of hiding God’s Word in the heart.”