Scripture Memory Songs–and a giveaway!

If you’ve read any of my posts about our Bible lessons, you know how much I value music for helping us memorize Scripture.  When possible I love to find a CD with our verse on it so I can include it in our iPod playlist.  If I can’t find one, I’ll try to set the verse to a familiar tune.  Here are the CDs we have in our personal library right now:

And I’m always looking for new ones.  I’ve had my eye on the “Seeds Family Worship” CDs for a while, and today I found out about a giveaway of a couple other CDs that sound wonderful!  So I thought I’d write about it, both so I can enter the giveaway and to share with you!  Here’s a quick glimpse at what’s being offered:

“God’s Word From A to Z”

Abe & Liza Philip have produced an album for children called God’s Word From A to Z. This album is a delightful collection of 26 important Bible verses (from A to Z) set to music.

“Ascending”, “Pure Words” and “Songs From the 40′s, 50′s and 60′s” 

Jamie Soles has produced three albums of Psalms set to music. Nearly all of the Psalms on these albums are word for word taken from the English Standard Version and each song is a full Psalm (Psalm 46 is divided into two songs).

Ascending – Psalms 120-134, The Psalms of Ascent

Pure Words – Psalms 1-16

Songs From the 40′s, 50′s and 60′s – A collection of Psalms from Psalm 42-69

For more details on the CDs and how to enter the giveaway, check out Raising Olives (one of my favorite blogs!)

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Posted on September 29, 2011, in Homeschool Resources, Parenting Resources. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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