3 Powerful Techniques to Memorize God’s Word

Aaron House is the Founder and Executive Director of Piercing Word, a ministry of theatre professionals focused on performing Scripture in dramatic and musical presentations. In this video, Aaron and Charles Morris discuss three techniques that — when used together — provide the best opportunity for anyone seeking to hide God’s Word their hearts.

To hear more from Aaron, listen in on this week’s Haven Today series on hiding God’s Word in our hearts. You can also receive a copy of his new book by following the link below.


Warriors of the Word

Are you going into battle unarmed?

As Christians, we’ve been given everything we need to live in spiritual victory, yet many of us feel trapped in cycles of discouragement and defeat.

In this Bible memorization guidebook, Warriors of the Word authors Aaron and Emily House offer practical and compelling insights on how to grip the Sword of the Spirit and wield it for life transformation. With step-by-step instruction, you will learn how to exchange boring and tedious Bible memorization techniques for fun-filled, life-giving spiritual discipline that fosters intimacy with God.

Warriors of the Word will empower you, your family, and your church to have the Word ready to wield at all times as you minister to others and fight to live a victorious life in Christ.


5 Comments

  • Sharon A Scott says:

    I loved the testimony of Aaron House on 24 August 2021 on Haven Today. He said a way to memorize God’s word was to See it, Say it and Do it! That was powerful. Thank you Bro Charles Morris and I also enjoy your ministry and when I am able to my plan is to send a donation as a sign of support n encouragement.

    • Corum Hughes says:

      Thanks so much for your feedback and desire to support Haven in the future. It’s our prayer that this interview and series will inspire people to draw nearer to the Lord by hiding his word in their hearts.

  • shirley Hodges says:

    This is so inspiring for me. I have tried to learn scripture, but now I have some pointers. I read it and said it, but now I know I must do it as well! (I’m a mature learner,too!)
    I will get a copy of this book! Thanks so much.

  • Gloria Gilpatrick says:

    First of all, thank you for pronouncing “Lancaster” correctly!!! Yes! I am a native Lancastrian (Landisville) transplanted to the South. My heart nearly jumped out of my chest when I first heard you speaking with Aaron.

    I am looking forward to receiving this book and adding to my spiritual toolbox. You absolutely can not have enough tools to use in sharing the Good News and fighting off the enemy these days. Amen?

    So how did you and Emily end up in good old Amish Country, Aaron?

    • Corum Hughes says:

      Hi Gloria. It’s so good to hear that you’ll be benefiting from Aaron’s interview and book. And thankfully Charles has been to Lancaster visiting WDAC enough times to not only love the location, but to also actually pronounce it right! If you’d like to get in touch with Aaron and Emily, I think the best way would be through the contact form for their ministry at Piercing Word: https://piercingword.org/contact-us/

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