Bible memorization app designed

A new app for the iPod and iTouch has been designed to allow Christians to more easily memorize Bible verses. Bible Memory guides users through regular practice to build verse memorization. Each Bible verse is presented in three learning modes: read the Bible verse; review the verse a phrase at a time as users practice their ability to recall words of scripture; and complete three rounds of timed, fill-in-the-blank quizzes that become more difficult. Users can work through the verses in Bible order, or focus study on particular categories or books. The app was developed by Great Falls, Va., Christian-based tech startup Mobilize Faith. “The idea for Bible Memory came to us while listening to our pastor, who was speaking of the virtues and importance of memorizing scripture and challenged the congregation to memorize one verse a week for the rest of the year. When we got home, my husband and I began thinking about how we would memorize our verses. We were still on fire after that morning’s call to action and out came the index cards and pens and we began to wonder whether there was a better and less archaic way to memorize scripture,” said Petra Barrientos, Managing Partner of Mobilize Faith. “It was at this point that we thought of creating Bible Memory and are especially delighted to introduce the app at the beginning of the New Year for anyone who is looking for an exciting and personally rewarding way to strengthen resolve and spirit in 2010.” Links: Mobilize Faith:

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