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Due to health issues Robin is taking a break from writing lessons. You can still access the Bible studies anytime at Biblejournallove.teachable.com and to the Bible study resources below. It has never been easier to study the Bible. Hundreds of free Bible study tools including concordances, Bible encyclopedias, Bible dictionaries, commentaries, lexicons, atlases, online articles, sermons, videos, […]Continue reading
Click image for larger viewI’ve been using an adapted version of Bernice McCarthy’s 4Mat System for Bible study for almost 30 years in our homeschool. Numerous studies have been published on the positive impact of these four steps. When I first read McCarthy’s books I recognised It is how Jesus taught and made this diagram.Links to the free PDF […]Continue reading
This Key Worksheet can be used for a Bible Chapter or passage. The SOAP method (Scripture, Observation, Application, and Prayer) is a great way to study but I wanted more depth so I made this worksheet to include Key People, Key Subject, Key Words (Inductive), Application, and Conclusion.Learn 10 Bible Study Methods The Psalm 119 […]Continue reading
Mark Barry is generiously offering free Bible timeline cards. I wrote a few ways you can use them with children. Download link at the bottom of this page.Click image for larger viewPlay a GameGoal: place evens in chronological order.Number the cards on the back to show the chronological order.Place the first, last, and one middle cards on […]Continue reading
I’ve been using the Inductive Bible Study Mentors for over 20 years. I get so much more out of a study when I mark the key words. See some of my marked pages at the bottom of this post. Get Free Download below. The Inductive Study Method is an investigative approach to the Bible using three basic components: Observation, Interpretation and Application. Kay […]Continue reading