study materials

Check out some of the study materials that we are using at Foundation!

  • spiritual gift survey

    After you start following God, it can be difficult finding out where you fit in the body of Christ. We want you to serve with the gifts God has given you. Click on the following link and find out how you can fit in at Foundation:

  • Foundation subscribes to an online curriculum called Rightnow Media. It can be used for personal or small group study. You must be invited in order to have a log in, so contact Carol Senkel for an invite.

  • sermon-based bible studies

    Weekly Bible studies, based on the sermon text on Sunday, are offered for study during the week.  The Life Groups use this as their curriculum, and we encourage everyone to "dig deeper" in the Word and become more Christ-like by being committed to one of our groups

  • This was a great resource our Life Groups as they first launched, and is recommended for personal or family study. The revised version separates the the story into two books, one for the Old Testament and one for the New Testament.  Check with Carol Senkel before you purchase one; we may have some copies of the original version.

  • A Disciple's Path provides an overview of the Methodist church membership covenant. New members are encouraged to request a copy of both the workbook and the accompanying companion reader.  Please check with Carol Senkel for copies.

  • you version bible

    The best Bible app for your smartphone. Check out their daily reading plans and download the Apple or Android app.

  • bible reading plans

    Ready to read the Bible but don't know where to start? Check out some of these Bible reading plan suggestions.

  • wesleyan catechism

    In the United Methodist Church, John Wesley is kind of a big deal. Check out what John Wesley had to say about the 10 Commandments, the Methodist Articles of Religion, and the Lord's Prayer. This catechism was organized and compiled by Ryan Kiblinger, a former pastor at Foundation.