Scripture Presentation

I was introduced to Scripture presentation after seeing  Bruce Kuhn perform the gospel of Luke on the Internet.  I was floored by his ability to not only memorize that much Scripture, but to present it in such a fascinating way, as well.

I then came across the Wordsower ministry, with Tom Meyer reciting Revelation, Genesis 1-11, and many other passages.  Jason Nightingale is also a Wordsower and recites Revelation, the gospel of John, and many other passages.

Eventually, I was introduced to Marquis Laughlin, who has recorded very engaging presentations of parts of John’s gospel, part of Acts, Revelation, part of Daniel, and the life of Abraham.

Since I have always loved memorizing, and I used to be in drama in youth group growing up, I decided to try to memorize Scripture to present dramatically as well.  Since I started, I have memorized Jonah, the Sermon on the Mount, Philippians, 1 John, Psalm 1, Psalm 23, and 1 Corinthians 13.

I have had the privilege of presenting the Sermon on the Mount 6 times so far and the book of Jonah twice.  Below are some links (in the titles) to a few of my presentations on YouTube.  They will open in a new window, and the actual reciting starts about 9 minutes in for the Sermon on the Mount and 7 minutes in for Jonah:

Sermon on the Mount Presentation

Book of Jonah Presentation

If you or your church would be interested in my presenting God’s word in a dramatic way for your congregation, please feel free to contact me using the form on this page.  Since I am a public school teacher, I can do more traveling at certain times than others, but I would love to share God’s word and encourage others to memorize whenever I am able.

God bless!


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