New MBCSM Podcast Episodes on Evil and Hell

Recently, our Student Ministry began a new series on Evil and Hell. The first week, we talked about Evil from a philosophical standpoint. When evil is properly understood, it actually implies an objective standard grounded in the character of God. Listen to the podcast here. You can also watch the AwanaYM video where Sean McDowell … Continue reading New MBCSM Podcast Episodes on Evil and Hell

The Authenticity of the Bible: Prophecy

A few weeks ago, our high school curriculum brought us to the subject of the authenticity of the Bible by look at four specific areas: TextsArchaeologyProphecyAuthority This past week on our podcast, we talked about how prophecies mentioned in the Bible show the divine nature of the Scriptures. We specifically talked about how Jesus fulfills … Continue reading The Authenticity of the Bible: Prophecy

The Bible and Archaeology

Recently, our student ministry has been talking about archaeology and how many discoveries support the Bible. These discoveries do NOT 100% prove every word and detail of every passage, but they do show the many of the people, places, events, and culture are accurate. Sometimes history and archaeology has even denied that someone/thing mentioned in … Continue reading The Bible and Archaeology

Extra-Biblical Evidence for the Ten Plagues in Exodus

Recently, in our Wednesday Night Youth Group meeting on Zoom, we discussed the archaeological evidence/discoveries regarding the Exodus account in the Bible. The link below specifically speaks to evidence for the ten plagues from Here is the link:

Moabite Stone

Last week during our Bible Study on Zoom, we talked about some more archaeological discoveries that help with validity of the Bible: The Moabite Stone (The Mesha Stele), The Tel Dan Stele, and the Nathan-Melech Seal. See the study outline here. Here is a map showing you where Moab was:

Jonah Maps

Due to COVID-19, MBC Student Ministry has converted our high school sunday school class teachings into a podcast form. Here are some links to some maps to help you put this account into geographical context: