What Will You Do? A Study in Christian Ethics

As a Christ-follower, you face ethical decisions every day. The question is, “What will you do?” Contemporary cultural pressures will tempt you to live outside the safety net of scriptural boundaries. However, if you set your sail to follow the winds of social evolution you may find yourself in a storm. The Scriptures give you proven ways to navigate safely through life’s decisions. God provides clear ethical guidelines. You can be assured your ethics are sound when you rely on them. This study will provide principles to hep you resolve questions of what is ethical for a Christian in any particular situation and in any culture. You can confidently make correct and honorable choices as the Holy Spirit guides you through the unchanging ethical principles found in the Word.

Hardcover, paperback and e-book editions are available. There is also a WORKBOOK available in October that is excellent for Bible study or Bible College.


Four new Lessons on Christian Ministry – February 2021

I have made available four new lessons on “Christian Ministry.” You can find them by clicking the “Free Resources” and going to “Ministry Skills and Practices” (the link on this post) They will be the four .pfd files at the top of the list. 







The Squeeze Chute – b

My friend, Pastor Glenn Holderead, raises cattle in Oklahoma. We talk often, encouraging each other with what the Lord shows us from our every day lives. We were talking about the corral in which he gathers his cattle to care for them. Pastor Glenn described it to me and explained how it’s used. As he did, the Holy Spirit began to show both of us how a simple thing like this fenced in holding area for cattle can illustrate how perfectly God cares for us. (more…)


Leadership “charges” or “mandates” from Paul

The Apostle Paul gave Timothy at least twelve “charges” or “mandates” in First and Second Timothy. Here is the link to your study of them. 


The “If” Factor

I’m Dr. Bob and for just a mentoring minute, I want to ask you, “What if?” You are probably thinking, “What if what? (more…)