Tom Meyer, who is called “The Bible Memory Man” for memorizing 20 books of the Bible, is now volunteering at Kentucky’s Creation Museum. He has worked as a professor at California’s Shasta Bible College of Redding for more than a decade and began volunteering in the museum this month.
He has moved to Kentucky with his family for his position at the museum but will continue his role as a professor through online classes. Meyer said that he is conducting workshops at the museum to help Christians develop skills in memorizing Scripture.
The Christian Post reports:
In an interview with The Christian Post, Meyer said he’s conducting “workshops to teach saints from all over the country how to memorize Scripture and the benefits that come from this ancient discipline.”
Meyer, who has volunteered at the museum in the past, said he and his family moved to Kentucky for the position, and he will continue to teach at Shasta via online classes.
“After ministering in California for a decade by speaking the Word of God dramatically from memory in a different local church each Sunday and teaching students how to memorize Scripture at Shasta Bible College, our family of six was at a crossroads,” he explained.
Meyer said he believes that God guided him and his family regarding his decision to move to Kentucky.
“After praying about where God wanted us to go, He opened a door as clear as day for our family to move to Northern Kentucky to volunteer full time at the Creation Museum and Ark Encounter, the world’s leading biblical creation ministry.”
One of the things that Meyer will do at the museum for guests is to dramatically recite from memory the Genesis account of the Flood of Noah.
“I also teach the guests from all over the world in one of the daily Discover Programs what I learned about memorization in the Holy Land and inspire them that they, too, can hide God’s Word in their hearts,” he added.
Meyer told CP that he’s hopeful that he’ll be able to “use the gifts God has given me for His glory and to the greatest impact.”
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