Morality is a very large subject; often it is meant to deal with normative behaviour within a particular group or community. It is also descriptive in the sense that a code of conduct and behaviour is accepted by a community. We also have moral theories, some may seek an authority to impose or convince people on what is correct and good conduct.
In terms of the Christian faith, I think when we dig deeply, we find that the Faith commences with “all have sinned”, and this ‘throws a spanner’ into moral theories. The faith also talks of a code, as summarised in the Ten Commandments and the sermon on the Mount. However, the “morality” that comes from God is repentance of sins, faith in Christ, and growing in grace and knowledge, which are spiritual codes in that this is the way we would fulfill all commandments from God.
You may see from this that morality is not imposed by an authoritarian God (albeit we see all authority from God), but that of freely understanding and deny our propensity to act immorally, and the need to act according to the teachings of the faith, which imparts to us a moral standing before God.