In his final message as Sr. Pastor at Cleveland Road, D.R. Randle stresses the importance of the local church and dispels some common objections.
As Cleveland Road Baptist Church begins the process of identifying its next Sr. Pastor, D.R. Randle reflects upon the biblical requirements that every church should seek in their leadership.
Pastor D.R. Randle continues a series of messages on death by considering what Scripture has to say about life after we die, drawing primarily from 2 Corinthians 4:16-5:10. If you have had questions about what lies ahead, open your Bible and follow along; you will be blessed.
Death affects all of us and often times in an effort to comfort grieving families certain cliches are offered up that are, sadly, unbiblical. In this message Pastor D.R. Randle explores the origin of death, why it affects everyone, and the proper theological and practical response.
Jesus said, “The kingdom of heaven is like a treasure hidden in the field, which a man found and hid again; and from joy over it he goes and sells all that he has and buys that field.” Evangelist Bobby McCreery explores the meaning of this text and considers the value we or may not…
The Apostle Paul wrote to the fledgling church in Corinth that he desired to know nothing among them other than Jesus Christ and Him crucified. What did he mean by that and how does his declaration impact the Church today?
Pastor Ryan Millar preaches from Revelation 5, reminding the Church that the Lamb, Jesus Christ, is the Creator of all things and holds all things in His hand. As our great God and Savior, He is worthy of our sincere worship.
In the 6th chapter of Isaiah’s prophecy, God’s glory and Man’s depravity are readily apparent. However, there is hope in Isaiah’s vision, hope that should encourage believers today that no matter our trials today, God is sovereign and He is ruling from His throne.
In this message Pastor D.R. Randle identifies five truths found in John’s Gospel that are meant not only for John’s immediate audience, but are also relevant to the church today.
The Apostle Paul wrote that if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation (2 Cor 5.17). Ryan Millar challenges the church, as new creations and ambassadors of Christ, to share the Gospel and persuade others to be reconciled to God through Christ.