Resources

BOLD LOVE PODCAST

Bob Roberts Jr has always looked for the opportunity to have deep, meaningful conversations with others. His BOLD LOVE podcast is a new forum for Bob to continue the same discussions he has been having for decades, but for all to hear!

It is a story-telling podcast that will encourage the listener to live out faith boldly, how to better love your neighbor and learn how to relate to others despite differences without compromising faith. Listen now!

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BLOG

While Bob enjoys having meaningful conversations, he has been writing blogs for decades as a way to journal with his followers. These blogs narrate challenging ideas that Bob has and how he comes to the conclusion that he does.

If you have ever wanted to understand Bob more, his blogs are a great way to do that. They serve as a time capsule of thoughts, ideas, and struggles that he has narrated for anyone to understand the true Bob and the meaning behind his mission.

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THE TABLE: MULTI-FAITH ONLINE GATHERING

Bob hosts this bi-monthly online gathering for Multi-Faith Neighbors Network. This webinar is for any pastor, imam, and rabbi who are associated or want to become associated with building bridges with those of other faiths. This online call is for learning, laughing, and training.

This webinar usually features one or more special guests that speaks to the group on clerics. Past guests include Ambassador Sam Brownback, Ambassador David Saperstein, Christine Caine, Josh Dickson, Dalia Mogaged, Dr. Amy-Jill Levine and Imam Mohamed Magid.

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Latest Blogs

Blog
April 28, 2021

Church Your City, Shape the World

Many denominations, movements, and networks have embraced a focus on planting churches in major centers around the world. There are almost as many methodologies as there are movements, networks, and…
Blog
April 14, 2021

Confronting Multi-Faith Fears

In the glocal (local + global) world we find ourselves in, we don’t have to cross the Atlantic to find people of other faiths and cultures. We live in multi-faith…
Blog
April 5, 2021

A Note to Pastors & Leaders: Words You Need To Hear At This Moment

After an unprecedented & difficult year and a big week celebrating Easter Sunday, I need to share something with you – pastors and leaders. I have known many of you…

In The News

News
March 4, 2021

The Economist: Two Nations Under God

Evangelicals are divided over the movement’s support for Donald Trump BOB ROBERTS JR QUOTED IN THE ARTICLE ON MARCH 3, 2021 Set in the bucolic countryside on the edge of…
News
November 23, 2020

Christianity Today: “Understanding Our Neighbor” & Evangelical Theological Society Conference

Muslims Join Evangelical Theology Conference Annual gathering of Christian scholars seeks better engagement with Islam. JAYSON CASPER NOVEMBER 20, 2020 01:00 PM Christianity Today Image: Joel Carillet / Getty Images…
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November 23, 2020

New York Times: Forgiving Enemies

Find a Little Light This Holiday Season At the end of a tough year, spiritual leaders offer some ways to prepare yourself for whatever comes next By Erik Vance - New…
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Purchase Bob's Books

Glocalization

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.

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Real-Time Connections

The Great Commission is not just for professional clergy; it is a charge to every follower of Christ—ordinary Christians like you and me.

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Transformation

Author and pastor Bob Roberts Jr. is one of the architects of what church and Christian community can become in this new century.

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The Multiplying Church

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.

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Lessons from the East

That’s the disruptive question church planter Bob Roberts Jr. wrestled with while connecting with top global church planters and pastors.

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Bold as Love

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.

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