As Christians, we can all agree that we should know the Bible thoroughly and have much of it committed to memory. However, memorizing Scripture is very difficult for most of us.
As a minister and teacher for over 45 years, David Hull knows how hard it is for us to remember the details — and even basic tenants — of the Bible. That’s why he developed a unique code system called Metacolors to help us memorize Scripture (and anything else we want to commit to memory).
On June 14th, Transformed by His Grace will be hosting a Bible Memorization Workshop by David Hull so you can learn how to memorize God’s Word in a fun, simple way. See below for registration details. You don’t want to miss this opportunity!
AT A GLANCE
Title: Bible Memorization Workshop
Location: Transformed by His Grace
(Next to Movies 8 in Tallahassee)
Date: Wednesday, 6/14/2017
Led by: David Hull
In this two-hour workshop, you’ll learn a new, unique system for memorizing Scripture and more important concepts for memorizing
useful techniques for memorizing
Materials will be provided for each attendee.
Space is limited, so please click HERE to reserve your spot for this workshop by registering in advance through the Event Page on Transformed by His Grace’s Facebook page. If you have any questions, you can message Transformed by His Grace through Facebook or email the Store Manager, Ashley Jones, at [email protected]
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
David Hull has been a minister and a Christian college teacher for over 45 years. He has taught at Tallahassee Christian College and Training Center since 1995. He will be leading a five-week course called How to Memorize Scripture at TCCTC starting on June 29.
David has a heart for God, His Holy Word, and teaching, which is why he has written the books Metacolors and Learn and Teach the Bible with Metacolors (coming soon to Transformed by His Grace).
David’s goal with this class is to help you progress in God’s word by providing a quick, practical introduction to Metacolors.
“I shall delight in Your statutes; I shall not forget Your word”
(Psalm 119:16 NAS).