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Each week we are given a message that will assist us in our everyday lives and help us grow closer to God.  Sermons from the last several weeks are listed below.

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Sunday Sermons

Sunday, November 28, 2021

"The Prophet and the Prophetess"
Luke 2:21-40

First Sunday of Advent

Join the ROBC Family for our Worship Service on Sunday, November 28th at 10:00 AM for IN-PERSON and ONLINE WORSHIP

Click here for the Worship Guide.

Please note: You DO NOT need a personal Facebook account to view the ROBC livestream services. 

If you have children at home, feel free to print the age-appropriate Children’s Worship Guides for them to complete:

Click here for Ages 3-6 Worksheet 1 Color.pdf.
Click here for Ages 3-6 Worksheet 2 Color.pdf.
Click here for Ages 7+ Worksheet Color.pdf.


Sunday, November 21, 2021

"Choosing the Right Suit" - Christian Johns
Ephesians 6:10-20  

In Ephesians lies Paul’s clearest statement about how the church is both the fulfillment of God’s plan for salvation, and his agent for broadcasting that salvation to nations far and wide.  Unfortunately, many modern ideas of what the church is supposed to be and do also range far and wide, not always in a healthy pattern.  In order for a church to communicate to its world God’s intentions for the church, they must first exist as a picture of God’s intention for the church.  And in order for a church to exist as a picture of the intended church, they must first know what that picture looks like, based on the New Testament teaching over and above cultural ideas and personal preferences.  To this end Paul wrote Ephesians.

Join the ROBC Family for our Worship Service on Sunday, November 21st at 10:00 AM for IN-PERSON and ONLINE WORSHIP

Click here for the Worship Guide.

Please note: You DO NOT need a personal Facebook account to view the ROBC livestream services. 

If you have children at home, feel free to print the age-appropriate Children’s Worship Guides for them to complete:

Click here for Ages 3-6 Worksheet 1 Color.pdf.
Click here for Ages 3-6 Worksheet 2 Color.pdf.
Click here for Ages 7+ Worksheet Color.pdf.


Sunday, November 14, 2021

"The Sincerest Form of Flattery"
Ephesians 4:17-6:9

In Ephesians lies Paul’s clearest statement about how the church is both the fulfillment of God’s plan for salvation, and his agent for broadcasting that salvation to nations far and wide.  Unfortunately, many modern ideas of what the church is supposed to be and do also range far and wide, not always in a healthy pattern.  In order for a church to communicate to its world God’s intentions for the church, they must first exist as a picture of God’s intention for the church.  And in order for a church to exist as a picture of the intended church, they must first know what that picture looks like, based on the New Testament teaching over and above cultural ideas and personal preferences.  To this end Paul wrote Ephesians.

Join the ROBC Family for our Worship Service on Sunday, November 14th at 10:00 AM for IN-PERSON and ONLINE WORSHIP

Click here for the Worship Guide.

Please note: You DO NOT need a personal Facebook account to view the ROBC livestream services. 

If you have children at home, feel free to print the age-appropriate Children’s Worship Guides for them to complete:

Click here for Ages 3-6 Worksheet 1 Color.pdf.
Click here for Ages 3-6 Worksheet 2 Color.pdf.
Click here for Ages 7+ Worksheet Color.pdf.


Sunday, November 7, 2021

"One Lord, One Faith, One Baptism"
Ephesians 4:1-16

In Ephesians lies Paul’s clearest statement about how the church is both the fulfillment of God’s plan for salvation, and his agent for broadcasting that salvation to nations far and wide.  Unfortunately, many modern ideas of what the church is supposed to be and do also range far and wide, not always in a healthy pattern.  In order for a church to communicate to its world God’s intentions for the church, they must first exist as a picture of God’s intention for the church.  And in order for a church to exist as a picture of the intended church, they must first know what that picture looks like, based on the New Testament teaching over and above cultural ideas and personal preferences.  To this end Paul wrote Ephesians.

Join the ROBC Family for our Worship Service on Sunday, November 14th at 10:00 AM for IN-PERSON and ONLINE WORSHIP

Click here for the Worship Guide.

Please note: You DO NOT need a personal Facebook account to view the ROBC livestream services. 

If you have children at home, feel free to print the age-appropriate Children’s Worship Guides for them to complete:

Click here for Ages 3-6 Worksheet 1 Color.pdf.
Click here for Ages 3-6 Worksheet 2 Color.pdf.
Click here for Ages 7+ Worksheet Color.pdf.


Sunday, October 31, 2021

"Magical Mystery Tour"
Ephesians 3:1-21

In Ephesians lies Paul’s clearest statement about how the church is both the fulfillment of God’s plan for salvation, and his agent for broadcasting that salvation to nations far and wide.  Unfortunately, many modern ideas of what the church is supposed to be and do also range far and wide, not always in a healthy pattern.  In order for a church to communicate to its world God’s intentions for the church, they must first exist as a picture of God’s intention for the church.  And in order for a church to exist as a picture of the intended church, they must first know what that picture looks like, based on the New Testament teaching over and above cultural ideas and personal preferences.  To this end Paul wrote Ephesians.

Join the ROBC Family for our Worship Service on Sunday, October 31st at 10:00 AM for IN-PERSON and ONLINE WORSHIP

Click here for the Worship Guide.

Please note: You DO NOT need a personal Facebook account to view the ROBC livestream services. 

If you have children at home, feel free to print the age-appropriate Children’s Worship Guides for them to complete:

Click here for Ages 3-6 Worksheet 1 Color.pdf.
Click here for Ages 3-6 Worksheet 2 Color.pdf.
Click here for Ages 7+ Worksheet Color.pdf.


Sunday, October 24, 2021

"We’re One, But We’re Not the Same"
Ephesians 2:11-22

In Ephesians lies Paul’s clearest statement about how the church is both the fulfillment of God’s plan for salvation, and his agent for broadcasting that salvation to nations far and wide.  Unfortunately, many modern ideas of what the church is supposed to be and do also range far and wide, not always in a healthy pattern.  In order for a church to communicate to its world God’s intentions for the church, they must first exist as a picture of God’s intention for the church.  And in order for a church to exist as a picture of the intended church, they must first know what that picture looks like, based on the New Testament teaching over and above cultural ideas and personal preferences.  To this end Paul wrote Ephesians.

Join the ROBC Family for our Worship Service on Sunday, October 24th at 10:00 AM for IN-PERSON and ONLINE WORSHIP

Click here for the Worship Guide.

Please note: You DO NOT need a personal Facebook account to view the ROBC livestream services. 

If you have children at home, feel free to print the age-appropriate Children’s Worship Guides for them to complete:

Click here for Ages 3-6 Worksheet 1 Color.pdf.
Click here for Ages 3-6 Worksheet 2 Color.pdf.
Click here for Ages 7+ Worksheet Color.pdf.


Sunday, October 17, 2021

“The Walking Dead”
Ephesians 2:1-10

In Ephesians lies Paul’s clearest statement about how the church is both the fulfillment of God’s plan for salvation, and his agent for broadcasting that salvation to nations far and wide.  Unfortunately, many modern ideas of what the church is supposed to be and do also range far and wide, not always in a healthy pattern.  In order for a church to communicate to its world God’s intentions for the church, they must first exist as a picture of God’s intention for the church.  And in order for a church to exist as a picture of the intended church, they must first know what that picture looks like, based on the New Testament teaching over and above cultural ideas and personal preferences.  To this end Paul wrote Ephesians.

Join the ROBC Family for our Worship Service on Sunday, October 17th at 10:00 AM for IN-PERSON and ONLINE WORSHIP

Click here for the Worship Guide.

Please note: You DO NOT need a personal Facebook account to view the ROBC livestream services. 

If you have children at home, feel free to print the age-appropriate Children’s Worship Guides for them to complete:

Click here for Ages 3-6 Worksheet 1 Color.pdf.
Click here for Ages 3-6 Worksheet 2 Color.pdf.
Click here for Ages 7+ Worksheet Color.pdf.


Sunday, October 10, 2021

Great Power, Great Responsibility
Ephesians 1:15-23

In Ephesians lies Paul’s clearest statement about how the church is both the fulfillment of God’s plan for salvation, and his agent for broadcasting that salvation to nations far and wide.  Unfortunately, many modern ideas of what the church is supposed to be and do also range far and wide, not always in a healthy pattern.  In order for a church to communicate to its world God’s intentions for the church, they must first exist as a picture of God’s intention for the church.  And in order for a church to exist as a picture of the intended church, they must first know what that picture looks like, based on the New Testament teaching over and above cultural ideas and personal preferences.  To this end Paul wrote Ephesians.

Join the ROBC Family for our Worship Service on Sunday, October 10th at 10:00 AM for IN-PERSON and ONLINE WORSHIP

Click here for the Worship Guide.

Please note: You DO NOT need a personal Facebook account to view the ROBC livestream services. 

If you have children at home, feel free to print the age-appropriate Children’s Worship Guides for them to complete:

Click here for Ages 3-6 Worksheet 1 Color.pdf.
Click here for Ages 3-6 Worksheet 2 Color.pdf.
Click here for Ages 7+ Worksheet Color.pdf.


Sunday, October 3, 2021

“Something Mysterious”
Ephesians 1:1-15
Speaker: Dr. Steven Laufer

ROBC welcomes Dr. Steven Laufer back to the pulpit this Sunday, October 3rd.   Dr. Laufer recently served ten years as the Sr. Pastor at University Baptist Church in Houston, Texas. He holds a PhD in Old Testament Studies and Biblical Hebrew from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.  He has two sons: Noah, age 18, and Sam, age 16.  He has taught in ministry settings in Thailand, Honduras, Russia, South Africa, Mexico, and Colombia, as well as teaching as an adjunct for Truett Seminary at Baylor University.  Steve is a fan of music, sports, pop culture, food and drinks, travel, and generally squeezing as much out of life as possible.  He plays beach volleyball, fly fishes, watches Netflix, loves the theater, is a perpetual reader, and is constantly trying to find ways to make the faith of the Bible understandable and applicable to modern, secular society.

Join the ROBC Family for our Worship Service on Sunday, October 3rd at 10:00 AM for IN-PERSON and ONLINE WORSHIP

Click here for the Worship Guide.

Please note: You DO NOT need a personal Facebook account to view the ROBC livestream services. 

If you have children at home, feel free to print the age-appropriate Children’s Worship Guides for them to complete:

Click here for Ages 3-6 Worksheet 1 Color.pdf.
Click here for Ages 3-6 Worksheet 2 Color.pdf.
Click here for Ages 7+ Worksheet Color.pdf.


Sunday, September 26, 2021

“How Do You Like Your Ketchup?”
Romans 12:1-5
Speaker: Dr. Matt Cook

ROBC welcomes Dr. Matt Cook to the pulpit this Sunday,September 26th.  Dr. Matt Cook serves as the Assistant Director of the Center for Healthy Churches.  Dr. Cook joined the Center after serving local congregations for thirty years with twenty years as Senior Pastor in churches in Texas, Arkansas, and North Carolina.

Matt is a sought-after preacher, teacher, and workshop leader across the country and denominational lines.  In addition to his work at the Center, he has served as Interim Pastor of Hendricks Avenue Baptist Church in Jacksonville, FL and University Baptist Church in Houston, Texas.

Matt holds a bachelor’s degree from Samford University, and completed both his M.Div. and Ph.D. in Church History at Baylor University. He has also taught on the undergraduate, master’s and doctoral level at Belmont University, Baylor University’s Truett Seminary, and Central Baptist Theological Seminary.

When it comes to helping congregations, Matt combines research and scholarly insight with an emphasis on strategic focus and missional awareness.  He has training and experience in strategic planning, staff reorganization and leadership development.  Matt also has significant experience assisting congregations in the midst of pastoral transitions.

According to Matt, “we are in the midst of the most challenging but also most dynamic period of change that congregations in North America have ever seen.  We can either drown in those waves of change or we can surf them.  But when a congregation decides to do the work of gaining missional clarity and creatively engaging its community, amazing things can happen.”

Matt’s is married to Allyson, and they have two children, Nathaniel, and Caroline.  He is an avid cyclist, a diehard fan of OU football, and connoisseur of any and all types of barbeque.  He and his family reside in Dallas, TX.

Join the ROBC Family for our Worship Service on Sunday, September 26th at 10:00 AM for IN-PERSON and ONLINE WORSHIP

Click here for the Worship Guide.

Please note: You DO NOT need a personal Facebook account to view the ROBC livestream services. 

If you have children at home, feel free to print the age-appropriate Children’s Worship Guides for them to complete:

Click here for Ages 3-6 Worksheet 1 Color.pdf.
Click here for Ages 3-6 Worksheet 2 Color.pdf.
Click here for Ages 7+ Worksheet Color.pdf.


Sunday, September 19, 2021

"Prophets, Priests, and Kings"
1 Samuel 15:1-11; 2 Samuel 12:1-13
Speaker: Dr. Steven Laufer

ROBC welcomes Dr. Steven Laufer to the pulpit this Sunday,September 19th.  Dr. Steven Laufer recently served ten years as the Sr. Pastor at University Baptist Church in Houston, Texas. Dr. Laufer holds a Ph.D. in Old Testament Studies and Biblical Hebrew from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.  He has two sons: Noah, age 18, and Sam, age 16.  He has taught in ministry settings in Thailand, Honduras, Russia, South Africa, Mexico, and Colombia, as well as teaching as an adjunct for Truett Seminary at Baylor University.  Steven is a fan of music, sports, pop culture, food and drinks, travel, and generally squeezing as much out of life as possible.  He is part owner of a vinyl record store in Webster, TX, plays beach volleyball, fly fishes, watches Netflix, loves the theater, is a perpetual reader, and is constantly trying to find ways to make the faith of the Bible understandable and applicable to modern, secular society.

Join the ROBC Family for our Worship Service on Sunday, September 19th at 10:00 AM for IN-PERSON and ONLINE WORSHIP

Click here for the Worship Guide.

Please note: You DO NOT need a personal Facebook account to view the ROBC livestream services. 

If you have children at home, feel free to print the age-appropriate Children’s Worship Guides for them to complete:

Click here for Ages 3-6 Worksheet 1 Color.pdf.
Click here for Ages 3-6 Worksheet 2 Color.pdf.
Click here for Ages 7+ Worksheet Color.pdf


Sunday, September 12, 2021

"Dive Bar on the East Side"
John 4:4-42
Speaker: Dr. Steven Laufer

ROBC welcomes Dr. Steven Laufer to the pulpit this Sunday,September 12th.  Dr. Steven Laufer recently served ten years as the Sr. Pastor at University Baptist Church in Houston, Texas. Dr. Laufer holds a Ph.D. in Old Testament Studies and Biblical Hebrew from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.  He has two sons: Noah, age 18, and Sam, age 16.  He has taught in ministry settings in Thailand, Honduras, Russia, South Africa, Mexico, and Colombia, as well as teaching as an adjunct for Truett Seminary at Baylor University.  Steven is a fan of music, sports, pop culture, food and drinks, travel, and generally squeezing as much out of life as possible.  He is part owner of a vinyl record store in Webster, TX, plays beach volleyball, fly fishes, watches Netflix, loves the theater, is a perpetual reader, and is constantly trying to find ways to make the faith of the Bible understandable and applicable to modern, secular society.

Join the ROBC Family for our Worship Service on Sunday, September 12th at 10:00 AM for IN-PERSON and ONLINE WORSHIP

Click here for the Worship Guide.

Please note: You DO NOT need a personal Facebook account to view the ROBC livestream services. 

If you have children at home, feel free to print the age-appropriate Children’s Worship Guides for them to complete:

Click here for Ages 3-6 Worksheet 1 Color.pdf.
Click here for Ages 3-6 Worksheet 2 Color.pdf.
Click here for Ages 7+ Worksheet Color.pdf.


Sunday, September 5, 2021

"All Things Beautiful"
Mark 7:21-37
Speaker: Dr. Randy Hatchett

ROBC welcomes Dr. Randy Hatchett to the pulpit this Sunday,September 5th. Randy L. Hatchett (Ph.D., Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary) is Professor of Christianity at Houston Baptist University.  His areas of teaching include Hermeneutics, Systematic Theology, and Historical Theology.  He served Baker Baptist Church, near Weatherford, as pastor for 5 years; in addition to preaching in numerous churches, he has served as interim pastor to some 20 congregations in Arkansas and Texas.  He has authored a number of articles and essays.  His most substantial work is a thorough revision of Bruce Shelley’s Church History in Plain Language, 4th ed. (Thomas Nelson, 2013).

He has coauthored with Ben Blackwell, Engaging Theology: A Biblical, Historical, and Practical Introduction, to be published in October.  He and his wife Debbie have 4 children and are long time members at Tallowood Baptist Church.

Join the ROBC Family for our Worship Service on Sunday, September 5th at 10:00 AM for IN-PERSON and ONLINE WORSHIP

Click here for the Worship Guide.

Please note: You DO NOT need a personal Facebook account to view the ROBC livestream services. 

If you have children at home, feel free to print the age-appropriate Children’s Worship Guides for them to complete:

Click here for Ages 3-6 Worksheet 1 Color.pdf.
Click here for Ages 3-6 Worksheet 2 Color.pdf.
Click here for Ages 7+ Worksheet Color.pdf.


Sunday, August 29, 2021

"Who is Man?"
Psalm 8
Speaker: Rev. Jack Bodenhamer

ROBC welcomes Rev. Jack Bodenhamer to the pulpit this Sunday, August 29th.  Jack Bodenhamer serves as the Assistant Director of Ministry Connections, assisting students in discerning their call to ministry and helping them discover ways to serve the church.  Jack, who received his BA from Howard Payne University and his MDiv from Logsdon Seminary, joined the Truett staff in August 2017.  Before coming to Truett, he served as the Pastor at First Baptist Church of  Elm Mott, Texas.  Jack, his wife Kim, and their children attend Meadow Oaks Baptist Church in Temple.  Jack enjoys spending time in the great outdoors and golfing.

Join the ROBC Family for our Worship Service on Sunday, August 29th at 10:00 AM for IN-PERSON and ONLINE WORSHIP

Click here for the Worship Guide.

Please note: You DO NOT need a personal Facebook account to view the ROBC livestream services. 

If you have children at home, feel free to print the age-appropriate Children’s Worship Guides for them to complete:

Click here for Ages 3-6 Worksheet 1 Color.pdf.
Click here for Ages 3-6 Worksheet 2 Color.pdf.
Click here for Ages 7+ Worksheet Color.pdf.


Sunday, August 22, 2021

“Expectation of the Kingdom
Luke 7:18-23
Speaker: Rev. David Tate

ROBC welcomes Rev. David Tate to the pulpit this Sunday, August 22nd.  Rev. David Tate serves as the Director of Truett Seminary’s Certificate Program, an online theological education opportunity for lay-people, church leaders, and other ministers.  David has a Master of Divinity from Truett and is currently studying towards his doctorate.  He joined Truett Seminary’s staff in June 2015 after serving as Executive Director of the SONlight Foundation.  David is a native Houstonian and is present with us with his wife of 18 years and their three sons, Joshua, William, and Josiah. 

Join the ROBC Family for our Worship Service on Sunday, August 22nd at 10:00 AM for IN-PERSON and ONLINE WORSHIP

Click here for the Worship Guide.

Please note: You DO NOT need a personal Facebook account to view the ROBC livestream services. 

If you have children at home, feel free to print the age-appropriate Children’s Worship Guides for them to complete:

Click here for Ages 3-6 Worksheet 1 Color.pdf.
Click here for Ages 3-6 Worksheet 2 Color.pdf.
Click here for Ages 7+ Worksheet Color.pdf.


Sunday, August 15, 2021

“The Identity of a Praying People
I Kings 8:56-61
Speaker: Dr. Dennis Tucker

ROBC welcomes Dr. Dennis Tucker to the pulpit this Sunday, August 15th.  Dr. W. Dennis Tucker, Jr. serves as Professor of Christian Scriptures and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at Baylor University’s George W. Truett Theological Seminary.  He has been at Baylor since 2002.  Dr. Tucker's main area of research is the Book of Psalms.  At Baylor, he serves as the director of the Psalms Research Cluster which includes a partnership with the University of Muenster in Germany.  His most recent book is Psalms, vol. 2 in the NIV Applicational Commentary series by Zondervan, co-authored with Jamie Grant.  Other recent books include The Psalter as Witness: The Theology of the Psalter  (Baylor University Press, 2017) and Constructing and Deconstructing Power in Psalms 107-150 (Atlanta: SBL Press, 2014).  He also serves as series editor for The Baylor Handbook on the Hebrew Bible published by Baylor University Press and wrote the first volume in the series on the book of Jonah.

Dr. Tucker has a passion for the church and continues to preach and serve in local congregations. He has served as an interim or on staff in churches in Texas, North Carolina, Kentucky, Indiana, and Arkansas. He and his wife, Tish, have three daughters: Hannah, Sarah, and Hope.

Join the ROBC Family for our Worship Service on Sunday, August 15th at 10:00 AM for IN-PERSON and ONLINE WORSHIP

Click here for the Worship Guide.

Please note: You DO NOT need a personal Facebook account to view the ROBC livestream services. 

If you have children at home, feel free to print the age-appropriate Children’s Worship Guides for them to complete:

Click here for Ages 3-6 Worksheet 1 Color.pdf.
Click here for Ages 3-6 Worksheet 2 Color.pdf.
Click here for Ages 7+ Worksheet Color.pdf.


Sunday, August 8, 20

The Extraordinary, Ordinary Work of God

Matthew 1:1-17

Joshua Barrett  - Guest Speaker 

From Majesty to Mercy

Audio File: 190210_104342_MZ001.mp3 (18.97MB)

Isaiah 57:13

Dr. Todd Bates - Guest Speaker 

Where Have You Been? - Where are You Going?

Audio File: 190203_104854_MZ001.mp3 (19.79MB)

Dr. Josh Ellis - Guest Speaker 

The Church in My Heart

Audio File: 190127_110350_MZ001.mp3 (18.99MB)

Philippians 1:1-11

Martus Miley - Pastor

The Best Is Yet to Come

Audio File: 190120_104144_MZ001.mp3 (19.34MB)

Joshua 1: 1-2,10-11,16-17

Martus Miley - Pastor 

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