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For release autumn 2018:

Bob's new book

"LukeAlive: life-correcting stories from Luke’s Gospel"


       CSS Publishing Company, Lima, Ohio 


Robert's Sunday Sermons


What is the Baptism of the Holy Spirit?

Sunday May 20th


Giving thanks for our mothers

Sunday May 13th


Are there many paths to salvation?

Sunday May 6th


Could you identify the antichrist if you saw him?

Sunday Apr 29th


Robert's Biography

About Robert




           This week's quote from "The Great Omission"   

     “Burgeoning industrialization and ever-increasing migration to large cities intensified urban problems in the late nineteenth century. Walter Rauschenbusch, a Baptist and Washington Gladden, a Congregationalist, voiced two major concerns. First, they wished to give dignity to working class people. Second, they wanted the proletariat to learn religion. Among their interests; child labor, the right of all workers to have a living wage, and improved conditions for women in the workplace. Rauschenbusch and Gladden advocated, too, that all workers receive a day off per week. Along with other social gospel advocates, the pair felt that too many clergymen ‘shared beds’ with prominent, wealthy capitalists.”

From Chapter Eight

 For information about Robert's Book:

 "The Great Omission"

Amazing Ways the Church Muddles the Message:

How to Get it Right and Tell it Right

Great Omission

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