Roy Warren has been the pastor of Christ Our Rock Bible Church since 1994. With the Lord's leading, he continues to pour out his heart for the people, preaching the Word of God and ministering to their spirits. Jim Frantz is an elder of the church. He preaches at special services and also fills in when the pastor is away. He also always brings us a Word straight from God's heart. You can hear a few of his sermons here.


  • In All Things

    In All Things


     Roy Warren, 10/25/2020Listen

  • Thanksgiving in the Temple

    Thanksgiving in the Temple


     Roy Warren, 10/18/2020Listen

  • Thankful for the Journey

    Thankful for the Journey


     Roy Warren, 10/11/2020: A.W. Tozer once wrote, "The widest thing in the universe is not space; it is the potential capacity of the human heart.  Being made in the image of God, it is capable of almost unlimited extension in all directions.  And one of the world's worst tragedies is that we allow our hearts to shrink until there is room in them for little more than ourselves.  Of all persons, Christians should have the largest hearts."  Join us as we embark on the theme of thanksgiving.Listen

  • Thankful for the Journey

    Thankful for the Journey


     Roy Warren, 10/4/2020Listen

  • The End of the Story

    The End of the Story


     Roy Warren, 9/27/2020: A.W. Tozer once wrote, "From man's standpoint, the most tragic loss suffered by the Fall was the vacating of the inner sanctum by the Holy Spirit.  There, God planned to rest and glow with moral and spiritual fire.  Man, by his sin, forfeited this and must now dwell there alone.  By the mysterious operation of the Spirit in the new birth, that which is called by Peter, 'the divine nature,' enters and establishes residence there.  Such a one is a true Christian, and only such."Listen

  • Trouble in the Trench

    Trouble in the Trench


     Roy Warren, 9/13/2020Listen

  • The Cave Confrontation

    The Cave Confrontation


     Roy Warren, 9/6/2020: A.W. Tozer once wrote, "This is God's supreme and final gift--Christ to be our nature forever.  Not the pearly gates, not the golden streets, not heaven, not even the forgiveness of sins, although these are God's gifts, too.  Not a dozen or two dozen, or a thousand, but countless hundreds of thousands of gifts God lays before His happy people, and then bestows this supreme gift.  He makes us the repository of the nature and the person of the Lord Jesus--"Christ in you, the hope of glory!"Listen

  • Jesus in the Old Testament

    Jesus in the Old Testament


     Roy Warren, 8/30/2020: A.W. Tozer once wrote, "That God has placed before His redeemed children a vast world of spiritual treasures, and that they refuse or neglect to claim it, may easily turn out to be the second greatest tragedy in the history of moral creation, the first being the Fall of man.  For everyone who actually crosses over into the Promised Land, there are many who stand for awhile and look longingly across the river, and then turn sadly back to the comparative safety of the sandy waste of the old life.Listen

  • Trouble Enough

    Trouble Enough


     Roy Warren, 8/16/2020: Worship in the ParkListen

  • The Next Step For the Dream Team

    The Next Step For the Dream Team


     Roy Warren, 8/9/2020Listen

  • What Do We Do With Apollos? Good Question

    What Do We Do With Apollos? Good Question


     Roy Warren, 8/2/2020: A.W. Tozer once wrote, "A theological fact may be held in the mind for a lifetime without its having any positive effect upon the moral character; but truth is creative, saving, transforming, and it always changes the one who receives it into a humbler and holier man.  At what point, then, does a theological fact become for the one who holds it a life giving truth?  At that point where obedience begins.  The church or the individual that is Bible taught and not Spirit taught has simply failed!"Listen

  • Helping Through Humility

    Helping Through Humility


     Roy Warren, 7/26/2020: A.W. Tozer once wrote, "Divine truth is of the nature of spirit, and for that reason, can be received only by spiritual revelation.  God's thoughts belong to the world of spirit, man's to the world of intellect, and while spirit can embrace intellect, the human intellect can never comprehend spirit.  Man's thought cannot cross over into God's.  The fact of the matter is, we only possess what we experience."  Join us to discover that true helping comes through humility.Listen

  • A Fearsome Foursome of Firsts

    A Fearsome Foursome of Firsts


     Roy Warren, 7/19/2020: A.W. Tozer once wrote, "A new Decalogue has been adopted by the neo-Christians of our day, the first word of which reads, 'Thou shalt not disagree;' and a new set of Beatitudes, too, which begins, 'Blessed are they that tolerate everything, for they shall not be made accountable for anything.'  Imagine Moses agreeing to take part in a panel discussion with Israel over the Golden Calf; or Jesus seeking a meeting of minds with the Pharisees to iron out differences."  Yes, imagine!Listen

  • The Scriptures vs Crackpot Christianity

    The Scriptures vs Crackpot Christianity


     Roy Warren, 7/12/2020: A.W. Tozer once wrote, "Unless we intend to reform, we may as well not pray.  To beg for a flood of blessing to come upon a backslidden and disobedient Church is to waste time and effort.  We must return to New Testament Christianity, not in creed only but in complete manner of life as well.  We must cleanse the temple of the hucksters and the money changers and come fully under the authority of the risen Lord once more."  Join us as we come to the climax of our preaching series!Listen

  • Freedom: On the Wings of Eagles

    Freedom: On the Wings of Eagles


     Roy Warren, 7/5/2020: A.W. Tozer once wrote, "Whatever keeps me from the Bible is my enemy, however harmless it may appear to be.  Whatever engages my attention when I should be meditating on God and things eternal does injury to my soul.  Let the cares of life crowd out the Scriptures from my mind and I have suffered loss where I can least afford it.  Let me accept anything else instead of the Scriptures and I have been cheated and robbed to my eternal confusion."Listen

  • He Aint Heavy Hes My Brother

    He Ain't Heavy; He's My Brother


     Roy Warren, 6/28/2020: A.W. Tozer once wrote, "For the true Christian, the one supreme test for the present soundness and ultimate worth of everything religious must be the place our Lord occupies in it.  Is He Lord or symbol?  Is He in charge of the project or merely one of the crew?  Does He decide things or only help to carry out the plans of others?  All religious activities may be proved by the answer to the question, 'Is Jesus Lord of this act?''  Join us to face together the very same question!Listen

  • Mass Hallucinations?

    Mass Hallucinations?


    Roy Warren, 6/21/2020: A.W. Tozer once wrote, "One cause of our moral weakness today is an inadequate Christology.  We think of Christ as just another version of God, but fail to conceive of Him as a man glorified.  To recapture the power of the early Church, we must believe what they believed.  And they believed they had a God-approved man representing them in heaven.  Let us look out calmly upon the world; or better yet, let us look down upon it from above where Christ is seated and we are seated in Him."Listen

  • The Problem With the 7-11

    The Problem With the 7-11


    Roy Warren, 6/14/2020: A.W. Tozer once wrote, "Instant Christianity" - "the kind found almost everywhere in 'gospel circles', came in with the machine age and fails to understand the true nature of the Christian life, which is not static but dynamic and expanding.  It overlooks the fact that the new Christian is a living organism as certainly as a new baby is, and must have nourishment to assure normal growth.  A Christian is a born-one, an embodiment of growing life."  Join us in Matthew 28:16-20 to see this!Listen

  • Truth on the Beach

    Truth on the Beach


    Roy Warren, 6/7/2020: A.W. Tozer once wrote, "What is overlooked is that faith is good only when it engages truth; when it is made to rest upon falsehood , it can and often does, lead to eternal tragedy.  For it is not enough that we believe; we must believe the right thing about the right One.  True faith requires that we believe everything God has said about Himself, but also that we believe everything He has said about us."  Join us tomorrow for our 26th anniversary!  Oh, our God is good!Listen

  • On Being Committed to Obedience

    On Being Committed to Obedience


    Roy Warren, 5/24/2020: A.W. Tozer once wrote, "True faith commits us to obedience.  That dreamy sentimental faith which ignores the judgments against us and listens to the affirmations of the self-life is more deadly than cyanide.  Faith in faith is faith astray.  To hope for heaven my means of such faith is to drive in the dark across a deep chasm on a bridge that does not quite reach the other side.  Without true, saving faith it is impossible to please God, but not all 'faith' pleases God."  See you there!Listen

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