The fourth season of BOLD LOVE PODCAST is called Journal Sessions with Pastor Bob Roberts Jr. Journal Sessions are weekly 10-20 minute podcasts that feature things that are on Pastor Bob’s mind, sharing detailed lessons he has learned along his journey as a pastor, church planter, and bridge builder. It’s a behind the scenes look inside his journal on things that he is thinking deeply about and sharing what he has discovered. It’s like a leadership/mentorship/deep thinking podcast that we hope will be a great value to you as you listen.
We want to provide a hub of helpful resources to help pastors, church leaders, and everyday followers of Jesus become equipped to deepen their faith and spread the Word. From podcasts, to books, to helpful guides, below is a helpful collection of faith-based resources for you.
Virtual Roundtable: Dr. Derwin Grey | Building a Multi-Ethnic Church
Virtual Roundtable: Shane Pruitt | How to Reach Generation Z
Virtual Roundtable: Scott Venable | Leading Church During Uncertainty
Virtual Roundtable: Mike Seaman | Missions in Difficult Places
Virtual Roundtable: Greg Surratt | Mental Illness & Burnout in Pastors
Virtual Roundtable: John Jenkins | Racism, America & The Church
Virtual Roundtable: Steve Bezner | Loving Your Neighbor – Multi-Faith Engagement
Helpful Books on Our Work
If you want to know where and how the church is going to grow, think local and global. Think glocal.Glocal is Bob Roberts’ term for the seamless connectedness between the local and global.Buy Now
The Great Commission is not just for professional clergy; it is a charge to every follower of Christ—ordinary Christians like you and me.Buy Now
Author and pastor Bob Roberts Jr. is one of the architects of what church and Christian community can become in this new century.Buy Now
The Multiplying Church is a primer for pastors and lay leaders involved in, or wanting to learn about, the church multiplication groundswell in North America.Buy Now
That’s the disruptive question church planter Bob Roberts Jr. wrestled with while connecting with top global church planters and pastors.Buy Now
People often think of their neighbors as those already belonging to their “tribe” or community. It’s safe, it’s easy, and it doesn’t often cause conflict—politically or religiously.Buy Now