Last week we began a series of studies on the Shorter Catechism - one of the greatest summarises of the Bible's teaching ever produced.
There are a few helpful resources out there to help memorise it. Many of the questions have been set to music by Bruce Benedict. They are available to buy digitally via iTunes or on CD here. A sample of one of the questions is below.
An audiobook version is also available for free via Ligonier - read by Sinclair Ferguson, a well-known Scottish theologian who has ministered in Glasgow, the United States, and Dundee.
Various modern-language versions of the catechism are available, including one here by Andrew Conway that can be bought as a paper book or downloaded for kindle.
Update: I've also been reminded of a great resource for family worship based on the Shorter Catechism: Training Hearts, Teaching Minds by Starr Meade.
Update 2: David Whitla, who spoke at our Firm Foundations weekend, produced a series of handouts on the Shorter Catechism when he was pastor in Southside RPCNA.