Two-page tool, outlining and diagramming how to approach the study of a passage: entering the textual world through the implied reader community.
Aids to study and ministry
MS Word document (.doc; Word '97-2003) in tabular format. The table is organized with outline and questions to guide a survey study of background and foreground issues for a Biblical book or any other piece of literature.
Form with outline and questions to guide a survey study of the background and foreground for a book of the Bible.
Eight levels of giving identified by the medieval Jewish philosopher and Torah scholar Maimonides (Moses ben-Maimon; 1135–1204 CE).
Bi-fold (two-sided letter size, folded in half), resulting in 4 pages on which to detail the structure, define the key words, describe the passage, and discern an application.
Ten key elements in a mentoring strategy—one that has full integration into the fellowship of the church as its goal. On page two: Important things to remember before each mentoring meeting.
Chart summarizing typical structure and themes of laments, thanksgivings, and hymns
Chart summarizing an approach to the study of individual psalms: their setting, meaning, and significance
For beginning students, a suggested approach to forming the Hebrew and Aramaic letter forms