Learn about upcoming events, read articles from our faculty, or listen to past chapel messages, geared toward helping you grow in your faith.
We recently sat down with Dr. Dudreck to ask him about his life, faith, and work at RBC.
When and how did you come to faith in Christ?
I was raised in a...
With thanksgiving to God, we are pleased to announce our 2021 commencement exercises to be held on Friday, May 7, 2021, at Saint Andrew’s Chapel. We cordially...
As Martin Luther and the other Reformers responded to the crisis of authority in their day by declaring sola Scriptura, the essays for our 2021 Essay Contest...
While RBC is continuing with in-person classroom instruction through the fall semester, we have postponed all non-essential student meetings and events. On-campus events typically open to the public have been suspended at this time.
Listen to past RBC chapel messages on relevant biblical topics from our college’s faculty and guest speakers from Ligonier Ministries, partner seminaries and organizations, local pastors, and missionaries.
“At RBC, we follow well-worn paths of wisdom and truth, exploring all the riches of the Reformed classical tradition.”
Watch our commencement exercises as we congratulate our 2020 graduates.Watch Now
Watch all of the sessions from this online livestream for young students.Watch Now
Take a virtual tour of the RBC campus with Erin and Madie.Watch Now
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Travel back in time as we look at the people, events, and even the places that have shaped the story of Christianity. Each episode of 5 Minutes in Church History offers an easily digestible glimpse of how the eternal, unchangeable God has worked in the church over prior generations, and how this can encourage us today. This is our story—our family history.
Open Book is a weekly podcast about the power of books and the people they’ve shaped. In season one, host Stephen Nichols shares never-before-heard moments with R.C. Sproul in his home library, and now in season two, special guest John MacArthur tells the stories behind the books that left their mark on him and his more than fifty years of ministry.