Do you wish that it were easier for you to remember key texts and stories from the Bible whenever you want them? The Gospel Memory Course is a fun and easy way to remember where to find familiar stories in the New Testament. It uses memory tools long practiced by noted writers and teachers, including Plato, Aristotle, and Socrates. It was put together by a Seventh-day Adventist pastor in Ohio named Chester Hitchcock.

This can help you remember convincing or comforting things from the Bible at just the right moment as you seek to help your friends, relatives and neighbors. It might be just the right thing to use your time productively while quarantined at home during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The reason that well-known teachers and thinkers use the techniques that are taught in The Gospel Memory Course is because they know that our mind remembers things in pictures. We jest that we want a “photographic memory.” Why? Because we know that pictures work better than any other memory tool.

There is no way that we can explain the ease and fun of The Gospel Memory Course in mere words on a page. But here is the good news. Anyone can take the course in the comfort of their own home, by simply going to “The Gospel Memory Course” YouTube channel. If you are looking for a fun, spiritual activity, you might want to give it a try.

Use this link to get to the YouTube channel:

Or, use this link to get the first lesson:

If you click subscribe and the bell beside it, you will receive a notification when new lessons are added. There are currently four more lessons.

Many people have found The Gospel Memory Course a practical and useful experience that increases their skill in sharing the Bible with others, as well as remembering things at just the right moment to strengthen their own faith. “I hope you enjoy the lessons,” says Pastor Hitchcock, “and stay safe during the pandemic while learning how to use your Bible better than ever.”