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Handling The Inevitable Delays In Life

We are to be RESPONSIBLE.

We are to be WISE.

We are to be DILIGENT

PURPOSE: To have listeners get involved in Christ's service because He has not returned and may not return for a while.

Have you had many delays in your travels? You look up at the flight schedule board in an airport and discover that your flight will be delayed indefinitely.

Investing Your Life

Did you ever have a call to ministry?

Do you believe that what you’re doing today is really doing God’s will? Why?

What do you mean by saying "a call"?

PURPOSE: To help people evaluate the kind of work they do.

Did you ever have a call to ministry?

A Way To Do Your Job Better

Did you ever have a call to ministry?

Do you believe that what you’re doing today is really doing God’s will? Why?

What do you mean by saying "a call"?

PURPOSE: To help people evaluate the kind of work they do.

Did you ever have a call to ministry?

Motivation To Do Your Best

Did you ever have a call to ministry?

Do you believe that what you’re doing today is really doing God’s will? Why?

What do you mean by saying "a call"?

PURPOSE: To help people evaluate the kind of work they do.

Did you ever have a call to ministry?

Looking At Your Job From God's Perspective

Did you ever have a call to ministry?

Do you believe that what you’re doing today is really doing God’s will? Why?

What do you mean by saying "a call"?

PURPOSE: To help people evaluate the kind of work they do.

Did you ever have a call to ministry?

An important announcement you’ll want to hear

Whether you’re a new listener, or a regular “Discover the Word” Bible study partner, you won’t want to miss today’s conversation. Make it a point to listen in.

How do you put into words the lessons learned over a lifetime of ministry?

Enjoy a special edition of “Discover the Word” as Haddon Robinson, Alice Mathews, and Mart DeHaan reflect on their favorite highlights from twenty-three years of ministry together. Gather around the table with us.

To see the special chapel where Haddon and Alice were honored, click on the "read more" link.

Personal reflections from the “Discover the Word” team

There are big things happening! The Team shares their personal reflections on what brought them to “Discover the Word” more than twenty years ago. Enjoy this special edition.

To see the special chapel where Haddon and Alice were honored, click on the "read more" link.

How God orchestrates relationships that can last a lifetime

It’s remarkable how God orchestrates relationships that can last a lifetime. Let's introduce longtime friend, and former MOPS President, Elisa Morgan to the “Discover the Word” family. A time of remembrance and new acquaintances.

To see the special chapel where Haddon and Alice were honored, click on the "read more" link.

God’s faithfulness and new friends

For years Bill Crowder has been a contributing author to “Our Daily Bread” and longtime friend to RBC Ministries. Let's introduce Bill to the “Discover the Word” family as our newest team member. Celebrating God’s faithfulness and meeting new friends.

To see the special chapel where Haddon and Alice were honored, click on the "read more" link.

Closing one chapter, and beginning a new adventure

It’s always sad to reach the end of certain chapters in life. Yet, with God, we know there’s a bright future in store! Let's enjoy a special conversation with lead teacher, Haddon Robinson, one last time. You won't want to miss this moving message.

Discover how it's our very brokenness that makes us candidates for serving the Lord

Ever feel like all the flaws in your family history make you ineligible for God’s work? Maybe you’ve heard God’s call for your life, but don’t feel qualified to accept. It's the conclusion of the series “The Beauty of Broken.”

A powerful illustration on the compassion of Christ

Let's continue our study in Mark, chapter one. It’s the story of a man stricken with a deadly disease, and his personal appointment with the Great Physician, Jesus Christ.

How God wants to use us to further His kingdom

It’s hard to believe that a perfect God would use imperfect people to accomplish His plans. But it’s true!

A challenge to change our perspective on those in need

Some saw him as a culprit to blame. Others viewed him as a mystery to solve. But the religious leaders saw the blind man in John chapter 9 as a problem to avoid! Do we view them as people to love or interruptions to ignore?