The goal of this site is to help resource individuals–primarily Bible teachers–with content, ideas, and methods that, Lord willing, will enable them to help others grow more confident in their own study of Scripture.

There are many books and websites about inductive Bible study. But I have not seen many books that combine teaching methods and inductive Bible study.

There are many capable teachers and preachers with training and communication skills. But I wonder how many individuals are teaching in a way that helps people not only learn the message of the Bible but learn to study the Bible for themselves?

I am in the process of transforming this site from a blog format where simply musing are posted, to a resource center. A place where those in the churches who desire to help others learn to study and apply Scripture faithful can gain encouragement and tools.

I love to study the Bible and I love to engage with others in learning.  I am privileged to do this on a regular basis through church ministry and through part-time teaching at a local Bible college.

I also have a passion to see the Name of Christ exalted among the nations.  Paraphrasing Paul in Romans 1:5 and 16:27

Proclaiming Jesus for the obedience of faith for the sake of His name among all nations.

Website Purpose

Material on this site is intended to enable people to encounter God through His Word more deeply, engage in dialogue with others and exalt in seeing the Lord glorified.

To help equip others with Inductive Bible study and Inductive Bible Teaching.


Fluency with God’s Word in life situations.


How to move from Inductive Bible Study to Inductive Bible Teaching–teaching in a way that people learn to study the Word of God for themselves and see the biblical text themselves.


As I rebuild the site, here are the resources I will be providing

  • Inductive Bible study principles and tools
  • Teaching resources
    • Summary of Bible teaching principles
  • Recommendation for Bible study tools
  • Study questions to encourage personal and group study
  • Musings on theological topics