Nine ways to make the Scriptures a meaningful part of your daily walk with God

This week’s sermon, The Joy of God and His Living Word, focused on Psalm 119:1-8. (Unfortunately, due a recording issue, only the first half of the sermon could be uploaded). The goal of this sermon was to encourage members and friends of RBC to continue to make Scripture reading, meditation, and … Read More»

David Lamb: A Helpful Author for Difficult and Controversial Passages in the Old Testament

I think that it fair to say that David Lamb is the Howard Stern of Christianity. He is a “shock jock” in the best sense of the word. His two books, God Behaving Badly and Prostitutes and Polygamists, take a provocative look at some of the most difficult and, frankly, embarrassing questions that the … Read More»

Ten Practical Suggestions For The Public Reading of Scripture

I love the public reading of Scripture. Old Testament, New Testament, Psalms, Epistles, all of those big names in the book of Numbers… I love it all. Apparently, so did the Apostles. In writing to Timothy, Paul said, “Until I come, devote yourself to the public reading of Scripture” (1 Tim. 4:13). … Read More»