Moral Foundations

A podcast for those that desire to learn how to teach the Bible line upon line, and precept upon precept, in a Systematic and comprehensive way. If you are a parent and want to learn how to start, or improve your family Bible study time, this podcast is for you. If you are a homeschooling parent that wants to learn how to incorporate systematic Bible study lessons into your curriculum, this podcast is for you. If you are a Sunday school teacher, or lead Bible study groups, this podcast is for you. If you are a youth pastor, or even a senior pastor of church, this podcast is for you. And, of course, if you are. just an individual that would like to learn how to read the Bible with purpose, this podcast is for you. This podcast will teach you how to do more than just read the Bible, it will teach you how to help others understand it.

Teaching the Commandments SERIES Episode List:

  • Commandment #1 - The Creator's Authority and the Family
  • Commandment #1 - The Importance of Fearing God
  • Commandment #1 - Hateful Love & Loving Hate

General Bible Teaching Tips Episodes:

  • Introduction to Teaching the Bible
  • Does Jesus want you to read the Old Testament?

Book of Jonah SERIES Lessons:

  • Book of Jonah (Lesson 1) - God's Orders, a Boat, & a Storm
  • Book of Jonah (Lesson 2) - Confession, Man Overboard, & the Great Fish
  • Book of Jonah (Lesson 3) - Prayer, Mercy, & Salvation
  • Book of Jonah (Lesson 4) - Preaching, Repentance, & Forgiveness
  • Book of Jonah (Lesson 5) A Gracious God, an Angry Man, and a Gourd
  • Book Jonah - Overview & Insights

Systematic Bible Studies

Perhaps the most important thing a person can do besides live their faith, is that they know their faith. Sadly this is not the case in our world today. The majority of professing Christians hold to moral and religious convictions that have no root in the Bible. Most of the time this is the product of theological starvation, not deliberate rebellion. They really just do not know what the Bible says. God has of course given us the cure for ignorance, and that is education. Biblical education starts in the family, which is the first, and best, school a person will ever attend. This is why God has given parents the responsibility to teach their children the word of God. Churches and pastors clearly help in this duty, but the responsibility to teach, instruct, and disciple each child has been laid on the shoulders of each parent. These Systematic Bible Studies were created to help the parent do just that. These studies can also be used in other settings besides Family worship and Bible studies, such as homeschool and Sunday school environments.

The best way for someone to know their faith is to read the word of God one verse at a time, giving thought to what is being taught by God in the context in which it is written. Below you will find links to Bible studies that are currently available. There are two sections to each book of the Bible that is available for study, one of those is a “teachers” section, and the other is a “students” section.

Discussion should by no means be limited to the questions in each section. Remember, if your child, or student, does not understand what you have said they can not be benefitted by what they have heard. These studies have one goal: Helping Christians know their faith, live their faith, and helping them to pass that faith on to others.

“But the hour cometh, and now is, when the true worshippers shall worship the Father in spirit and in truth: for the Father seeketh such to worship him. God is a Spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth.” (John 4:23-24)

To worship God in truth you must know the truth.

Choose a Systematic Study: