Discover the Word

with Mart DeHaan, Bill Crowder, and Elisa Morgan

Monday-Friday at 6:40 am

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The Discover the Word radio program has its roots in the Radio Bible Class Daily program that began in 1980. Discover the Word teamIn addition to classic messages from RBC Ministries founder Dr. M. R. DeHaan, a panel of RBC staff members and guests assembled from time to time to discuss important topics. These “Friday panel discussions” became quite popular, and a few years later the program went exclusively to the topical discussion format with Herb Vander Lugt, Jim Pittman, Ron Chadwick, and Mart DeHaan as the regular teachers. Then in 1991, Haddon Robinson and Alice Mathews joined Mart DeHaan and, in a more expositional way, worked through Bible passages to find direction for daily living. Haddon and Alice retired from the program in 2014.

In 1998, the program became known as Discover the Word. Today, hosts Mart DeHaan, Bill Crowder, and Elisa Morgan seek to involve you in insightful discussions around the written and living Word of God.

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For many people, it’s easier to give than to receive because they feel uncomfortable being on the receiving end. Maybe they might feel unworthy or less in control. Today on "Discover the Word," we will begin a two-week focus on “The Miraculous Life of Elisha” and talk about a woman who gave generously of her resources to Elisha and his ministry but had a difficult time being on the receiving end. Why was that? Join the study today on "Discover the Word"!
Today on "Discover the Word," grace restores—that’s the final observation we’ll make as we look through the prism of grace. We will examine the story of David and Mephibosheth to illustrate that while grace is all about restoration, it doesn’t release people from the consequences of sin. Listen today on "Discover the Word"!
Do you feel uncomfortable when people praise you? Do you tend to deflect compliments? Today on "Discover the Word," we discover that an important part of grace is learning to receive it. In the case of Saul’s grandson, Mephibosheth, he felt unworthy of David’s kindness. But for grace to be given, it must be received! Join the group today on "Discover the Word"!

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