Today’s show is led by Kerby Anderson.
He welcomes Hobby Lobby’s President & Co-Founder of The Museum of the Bible, Steve Green. He and Kerby will talk about: “This Beautiful Book: An Exploration of the Bible’s Incredible Story Line.”
Kerby’s other guest is Romney Ruder. Rodney will speak about Lifeline Global Ministries.
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The Bible's collection of history, poetry, genealogy lists, and mystifying prophecies often prove puzzling to readers. And when this text is read in pieces, we're left with only a half-impression of the vibrant mosaic. This Beautiful Book highlights the thematic threads woven throughout the ancient writings and shows us a new way to engage with Scripture as a whole.
Through insights gained from firsthand experiences in leading and developing the first world class Bible museum, Green invites readers to step back from the individual stories of the Bible and consider the Bible as a whole. He reveals the completeness, connection, and transformative power of Scripture. Along with stunning retellings of biblical stories, Green helps readers see the story within the story, and draws the careful connections that help us appreciate the richness of the Bible story as a single story. Each page will spark or embolden your faith in a God who speaks to us across the centuries.
A truly captivating experience, this book will instill in you a deep appreciation for Scripture and its profound connection to your own life story.
Prior to joining Lifeline, Romney was Senior VP /COO of World Impact Inc., Los Angeles, CA. There, he provided national leadership for a missionary organization of over 250 people, 14 locations and a budget of $15,000,000.
Previously, Romney held several management and executive leadership positions in the lumber industry, where he become VP and General Manager of one of the top ten lumber producers in the US, with nearly a half-billion dollars in sales and over 500 employees.
During his career, Romney has served on the executive boards of several non-profit ministries and was ordained to the ministry in 2011. He received his doctorate degree at Pepperdine University (2017) in organizational leadership, with an emphasis inUrban Cultural Adaptability and Intelligence in the urban ministry context.
Romney and his wife Amy have 2 sons in college and reside in Wichita, KS.