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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.

Sermon only audio can be found here on our Apple Podcast Page

Full services may be viewed on our Facebook page or our
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Sunday Sermons

With or Without You (or Lyin’ Eyes)
Acts 4:23-5:11

Join the ROBC Family for our Worship Service on Sunday, Jan. 29 at 10:00 AM for IN-PERSON or ONLINE: 

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.


Walk of Life
Acts 3:1-4:22

The healing of the lame man by the temple gate creates a picture of restoration that permeates Peter’s first encounter with the Sanhedrin.  Despite their actions in putting Jesus to death, Peter delivers instructions on how all people can be restored to relationship with God.  And how does this restoration of individuals and of a nation come about?

Join the ROBC Family for our Worship Service on Sunday, Jan. 22 at 10:00 AM for IN-PERSON or ONLINE: 

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


Fire of (Un)Known Origin
Acts 2

The task of carrying Jesus’s work to the world was a huge challenge.  And so the long-promised “helper” arrives on the scene, the Holy Spirit of God, who lands on the disciples in tongues of fire and empowers them to do things never before thought possible.  That same Spirit who was given to the church remains within the church and its members today, if only they will draw on the fire inside.

Join the ROBC Family for Worship this Sunday, Jan. 15 at 10:00  AM either  IN PERSON or ONLINE:

Click Here for Online Worship on Facebook  
Click Here for Online Worship on YouTube 

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 fun 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.


Come Together
Acts 1

Throughout the ministry of Jesus, the movement started by him was pretty much local. Jesus had developed a growing fan base around Israel, but with his departure came the time for his disciples to start turning this regional fad into a global movement. And thus was born the Christian church’s World Tour.

Join the ROBC Family for Worship this Sunday, Jan. 8 at 10:00  AM either  IN PERSON or ONLINE:

Click Here for Online Worship on Facebook  
Click Here for Online Worship on YouTube 

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 fun 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 Sermon: 2022 Year in Review

Join the ROBC Family for our Worship Service on Sunday, January 1 at 10:00 AM for IN-PERSON and ONLINE WORSHIP

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.


Worship Serice - Christmas Day

Join the ROBC Family for Worship this Sunday, Dec. 25 at 10:00  AM.
This service will be in-person only and will NOT be livestreamed


Sunday Sermon:  Let's Go and See! - FOURTH SUNDAY OF ADVENT
Luke 2:8-20

Same story as the previous message, different perspective. How must the birth of Christ looked to these who were most likely not even expecting it? Sure they had heard stories from childhood about how a messiah would one day come, but those were probably stories left for children and religious leaders. Not that the shepherds didn’t care, it was just that their lives were consumed by the tending of their flocks. Yet, these were the ones to whom the birth was first announced, and they were the ones to make the first visit to see the baby. A sense of disbelief, one of awestruck wonder must have overcome them, which all serves to remind us, who think such stories are only for children, of the miraculous glory of the birth of our Savior.

Join the ROBC Family for our Worship Service on Sunday, December 18 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 Sermon:  Good News…Great Joy! - THIRD SUNDAY OF ADVENT
Luke 2:8-14

Luke is the only Gospel writer to recount the birth of John the Baptist. The story introduces the notion of God’s people preparing for the coming of the Messiah and, as such, reminds readers today of our responsibility to be preparing likewise for his imminent return.

Join the ROBC Family for our Worship Service on Sunday, December 11 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 Sermon: The Mighty One Has Done Great Things - SECOND SUNDAY OF ADVENT
Luke 1:26-33; 46-56

Luke is the only Gospel writer to recount the birth of John the Baptist. The story introduces the notion of God’s people preparing for the coming of the Messiah and, as such, reminds readers today of our responsibility to be preparing likewise for his imminent return.

Join the ROBC Family for our Worship Service on Sunday, December 4 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 Sermon: My Eyes Have Seen - FIRST SUNDAY OF ADVENT

Luke 2:21-40

The Advent theme of hope is strongly represented by Simeon and Anna in Luke’s account. Both had lived as faithful servants of God for decades, looking for and praying for the next major step in God’s work of salvation. Their perspective on the Christmas story is one of careful and patient preparation, paired with that miraculous moment when that for which generations of Israelites had hoped was finally revealed.

Join the ROBC Family for our Worship Service on Sunday, November 27 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.


The Once & Future Kingdom: Being a Kingdom Church of Influence
Luke 5:1-11; John 21:1-14

Both at the beginning and ending of Jesus’s ministry the Gospels recount miraculous fishing incidents. They bookend Jesus’s earthly work in a way that shows the disciples’ growth in being able to accomplish what Jesus had called them to do. In the Kingdom of God, the people are sent out as fishermen, bent on changing the world and inviting more and more people to join them. Every church’s desire should be to become a church of influence within the broader scope of God’s Kingdom.

Join the ROBC Family for our Worship Service on Sunday, November 20 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.


The Once & Future Kingdom:  Symbols of the Kingdom of God (Easter)
Matthew 26:26-29, 11:4-6

Anywhere you find a group of people spurred on by a particular worldview, be it religious, patriotic, political, or artistic, you’ll also find a host of shared symbols used to express belief and unify people. For the Israel of Jesus’s day, symbols such as Sabbath, food laws, land, and temple served this purpose well. Yet Jesus came undermining and redefining these symbols. These acts of undermining long-held symbols of the people were largely what led to his execution, yet they also revealed a new development in God’s great plan of salvation and provided a new set of symbols that would unify his followers for centuries to come.

Join the ROBC Family for Worship this Sunday, Nov. 13th at 10:00 AM either IN PERSON or ONLINE:

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 fun 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.


The Once & Future Kingdom: They That Lose Their Lives for Me, Shall Find True Life
Matthew 10:26-32, 16:24-28, 19:27-30

The subject of divine judgment is never an enjoyable one to consider, yet Jesus in the Gospels references it numerous times. For many, the invitation that had been extended was turned down. Some made excuses, others preferred to go their own way. But time and time again Jesus illustrates the consequences of turning down God’s invitation. The warnings of judgment should cause everyone to consider the Gospel message carefully, and to share it with others urgently.

Join the ROBC Family for our Worship Service on Sunday, November 6th 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.


The Once & Future Kingdom: The Gate That Leadeth to Perdition (Kingdom Judgement)
Matthew 3:7-12; 7:13-20

The subject of divine judgment is never an enjoyable one to consider, yet Jesus in the Gospels references it numerous times. For many, the invitation that had been extended was turned down. Some made excuses, others preferred to go their own way. But time and time again Jesus illustrates the consequences of turning down God’s invitation. The warnings of judgment should cause everyone to consider the Gospel message carefully, and to share it with others urgently.

Join the ROBC Family for our Worship Service on Sunday, October 30th 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.


The Once & Future Kingdom: Come Hither and Take Up Thy Cross
Matthew 10, 19:16-22

For some, the invitation to join the Kingdom was more than just an offer of citizenship: it was an offer to join the King in his marvelous work. The invitation was also a summons; a calling to be partners with God himself. And while that calling would entail much, the work of the Kingdom is summarized most easily in Jesus’ teaching with the commands to proclaim the coming of the Kingdom, and to love all with great extravagance and without exception.

Join the ROBC Family for our Worship Service on Sunday, October 23rd 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.


The Once & Future Kingdom: Ye Be Salt, Ye Be Light
Matthew 5-7

From the outset of his ministry, Jesus was talking about the Kingdom of God.  It was his primary sermon. Something the people had been waiting centuries for was about to start breaking into the world, and it would do so through him.  But it did not look exactly the way everyone thought it would.  Instead of being instantaneous, Jesus revealed a “mustard seed” kind of Kingdom that would take root immediately, but also take a long time to grow and develop. So the Kingdom is both present AND future.  This means that the members of God’s Kingdom live with a hoped for expectation of the Kingdom’s final result, but also with the responsibility of building that Kingdom in the present order.  Jesus’s teachings on this vital subject touch on many topics, including the ways we understand salvation, church identity, the mission of God’s people, and our future hope.

Join the ROBC Family for our Worship Service on Sunday, October 16th 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.


The Once & Future Kingdom: Lo! My Mother and My Brethren!
Mark 3:20-26, 31-35, 7:1-23

From the outset of his ministry, Jesus was talking about the Kingdom of God.  It was his primary sermon. Something the people had been waiting centuries for was about to start breaking into the world, and it would do so through him.  But it did not look exactly the way everyone thought it would.  Instead of being instantaneous, Jesus revealed a “mustard seed” kind of Kingdom that would take root immediately, but also take a long time to grow and develop. So the Kingdom is both present AND future.  This means that the members of God’s Kingdom live with a hoped for expectation of the Kingdom’s final result, but also with the responsibility of building that Kingdom in the present order.  Jesus’s teachings on this vital subject touch on many topics, including the ways we understand salvation, church identity, the mission of God’s people, and our future hope.

Join the ROBC Family for our Worship Service on Sunday, October 9th 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.


The Once & Future Kingdom: Haste Thee, Come Down (for I Must Feast at Thine House Today)
Luke 19:1-10

From the outset of his ministry, Jesus was talking about the Kingdom of God.  It was his primary sermon. Something the people had been waiting centuries for was about to start breaking into the world, and it would do so through him.  But it did not look exactly the way everyone thought it would.  Instead of being instantaneous, Jesus revealed a “mustard seed” kind of Kingdom that would take root immediately, but also take a long time to grow and develop. So the Kingdom is both present AND future.  This means that the members of God’s Kingdom live with a hoped for expectation of the Kingdom’s final result, but also with the responsibility of building that Kingdom in the present order.  Jesus’s teachings on this vital subject touch on many topics, including the ways we understand salvation, church identity, the mission of God’s people, and our future hope.

Join the ROBC Family for our Worship Service on Sunday, October 2nd 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.


The Once & Future Kingdom: Only the Penitent Shall Pass
Luke 15:11-32, 5:29-32

From the outset of his ministry, Jesus was talking about the Kingdom of God.  It was his primary sermon. Something the people had been waiting centuries for was about to start breaking into the world, and it would do so through him.  But it did not look exactly the way everyone thought it would.  Instead of being instantaneous, Jesus revealed a “mustard seed” kind of Kingdom that would take root immediately, but also take a long time to grow and develop. So the Kingdom is both present AND future.  This means that the members of God’s Kingdom live with a hoped for expectation of the Kingdom’s final result, but also with the responsibility of building that Kingdom in the present order.  Jesus’s teachings on this vital subject touch on many topics, including the ways we understand salvation, church identity, the mission of God’s people, and our future hope.

Join the ROBC Family for our Worship Service on Sunday, September 25th 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.


The Once & Future Kingdom: Shall Ye Believe?
John 2-3

From the outset of his ministry, Jesus was talking about the Kingdom of God.  It was his primary sermon. Something the peopl

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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