Beyond the Sunday Sermon
By Ronald W. Holmes, Ph.D
Special to the Outlook
John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Marilyn Monroe are three of the most well-known people from the twentieth century. While these people may be the most famous, the critical questions to ask are: Do you know the man from Galilee? Do you want to come closer to God’s words? Do you want to know how to apply God’s words to your daily life situations?
Dr. Ronald Holmes’ latest book is written for the person who wants to know more about the biblical word. It is a spirit-led devotional book from the teaching and preaching of the notable community leader, pastor, entrepreneur and philanthropist, Reverend Dr. RB Holmes, Jr.
This book is a synopsis of 52 of Reverend Holmes’ sermons along with a daily journal of key questions to help you expound upon the message. The book provides an opportunity for readers to meditate, study and record their personal thoughts for each day after the weekly Sunday Sermon. Readers can meet in groups with church members and friends and use the lessons as a workbook. They can also listen to the entire sermon at Betheltally.org.
The sermons cover a wide range of stories from the books of John, Matthew, Hebrews, Exodus, and others. The book uses current events supported with biblical references for readers to clearly understand the messages from the sermons. After you have read this book, you will know who Jesus is and what He expects from us. You will know some of His miracles for people who trusted Him and how these blessings apply to you.
Stay tuned! This book is coming in early 2023 and will be available through Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble and Authorhouse.
Dr. Ronald Holmes is the author of 25 books and publisher of “The Holmes Education Post,” an education focused Internet newspaper. Holmes is a former teacher, school administrator, test developer and district superintendent. He has written children’s books about the coronavirus, solar system, flowers, careers and school bullying. His adult books focus on hazing, workplace bullying, bipolar disorders, issues in education and completing the dissertation.