Media - Audio Resources

is the Bible Teaching Ministry of Whitestone Christian Fellowship, taught by Pastor Bob Lawrenz.

We pray that the audio bible teachings will bless and encourage you in your Christian walk. It is our desire that you draw ever so close to our Savior, our Redeemer and Lord. 

"Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly in all wisdom; teaching and admonishing one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing with grace in your hearts to the Lord."  Colossians 3:16


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As of the first of the year, the audio platform that we were using at Mixcloud changed from being a free platform to a paid subscription.  In response to this, we made some changes. The teachings of Whitestone Christian Fellowship will now be available in many platforms, not limiting us in content, or charging anyone to listen to the teaching of God's Word.  Please take advantage of these free Bible study resources. 

Please note:   All of the audio messages that were uploaded to Mixcloud before the beginning of the new year, will continue to remain there for those who enjoy using Mixcloud.  There is a link at the bottom of this page to the available teachings and series that you can still listen to. 

We are working on moving our archived audio teachings from Mixcloud into the new format. This will take some time, but Lord willing those audio teachings will be available in all other formats.

The audio messages are now available on several new platforms and are free to listen to.  Just click on the links below: 

**Also available on Pocket Cast and Radio Public with a subscription.

Listen to our weekly broadcast available on Spotify:   Draw Me Close: Podcast 


Revelation - Ongoing Study!

Revelation contains its own title: “The Revelation of Jesus Christ” (1:1). “Revelation” in the Greek is "apokalupsis" and means “an uncovering,” “an unveiling,” or “a disclosure.” What this book reveals or unveils is Jesus Christ in glory. Truths about Him and His final victory, that the rest of Scripture merely allude to become clearly visible through revelation about Jesus Christ. This revelation was given to Him by God the Father, and it was communicated to the Apostle John by an angel (1:1).

The Revelation of Jesus Christ was given to John by God “to show his servants what must soon take place.” This book is filled with mysteries about things to come. It is the final warning that the world will surely end, and judgment will be certain. It gives us a tiny glimpse of heaven and all of the glories awaiting those who keep their robes white. Revelation takes us through the great tribulation with all its woes and the final fire that all unbelievers will face for eternity. The book reiterates the fall of Satan and the doom he and his angels are bound for. We are shown the duties of all creatures and angels of heaven and the promises of the saints that will live forever with Jesus in the New Jerusalem. Like John, we find it hard to describe what we read in the book of Revelation.

Listen here:  The Book of Revelation

Bobservations' Column - Audio Version

The Bobservations' Column - Audio Version - is now made available to you.  The Bobservations' Column is written each week by Pastor Bob Lawrenz, and correlates to the weekly Sunday teaching.

Since we are currently studying the book of Revelation, we are providing the corresponding playlist for the series.  Of course, we will be adding to this list and creating other playlists in the near future. 

Listen here:  Bobservations' Column - Audio

First Peter 

The following audio messages are a part of our End Times Bible Prophecy Series, taught by Pastor Bob Lawrenz, recorded at Whitestone Christian Fellowship.

Living in close proximity to Jesus Christ for more than three years had provided the apostle Peter the best possible example of what it looked like to live in holiness amid a hostile world. More than any other man who walked the earth, Jesus modeled that lifestyle. Peter therefore pointed his readers in the best possible direction, to Jesus Himself. The apostle called Christians to “sanctify Christ as Lord” in their hearts, that believers might live and act as Jesus desires during their short time here on earth (1 Peter 3:14–18). This would include submission to authority—even unjust authority—in the government, in the home, and in the workplace. Jesus becomes the focal point for ordering one’s life in the midst of trials and tribulations. By rooting their perseverance in the person and work of Christ, believers can always cling to hope in the midst of suffering.

Listen here:  First Peter

End Times Bible Prophecy Series (2023)

The following audio messages are a part of our End Times Bible Prophecy Series, taught by Pastor Bob Lawrenz, recorded at Whitestone Christian Fellowship.

God has already written history. God has already written history to its end. All of history is really His story. It is all moving in the direction and toward the objectives that He has already designed and already determined, and scripture is not vague about the end. In fact, scripture reveals much about how the world will end and how redemptive history will come to its final consummation.

Listen here:  End Times Series

The Sermon on the Mount

The Sermon on the Mount is Jesus’ longest, most detailed teaching recorded in the Gospels. It is found in Matthew 5, 6 and 7. It contains some of the most essential principles for living a genuine Christian life.

The Sermon on the Mount is of great importance to us.

Those who enter the Kingdom of Heaven must have a righteousness that surpasses that of the Scribes and Pharisees for they only had the self-righteousness of legalism which says, “I am good because I do (or do not do) these things.” True righteousness is unconcerned with self proclaimed goodness for true righteousness comes from the heart and says, “I love you Lord, help me to do whatever pleases You.”

Listen here:  Sermon on the Mount

Gospel of Matthew:  

Matthew wrote his account of Jesus’s ministry to show that Jesus was and is indeed the King, Israel’s long-awaited Messiah. He reflected this concern in his opening line, “The record of the genealogy of Jesus the Messiah, the son of David, the son of Abraham” (Matthew 1:1). From there, Matthew consistently took his readers back to the Old Testament, providing Old Testament testimony regarding the birth of Jesus, Bethlehem as the location of Jesus’s birth, the flight to Egypt, Herod’s slaughter of the infants, and the beginning of Jesus’s ministry. In a world where many in the Jewish community had claimed the role of Messiah for themselves, Matthew’s commitment to grounding the life of Jesus in the Old Testament raised Jesus above the multitude of these false messiahs. The apostle painted a portrait of our Lord that highlights His uniqueness among all others to ever walk this earth.

Listen here: Gospel of Matthew

The Book of Ephesians:

Doctrine occupies the greatest portion of the Book of Ephesians. Half of the teaching in this epistle relates to our standing in Christ, and the remainder of it affects our condition. All too often those who teach from this book bypass all the foundational instruction and go directly to the closing chapter. It is this chapter that emphasizes the warfare or the struggle of the saints. However, to benefit fully from the contents of this epistle, one must begin at the beginning of Paul’s instruction in this letter.

First, as followers of Christ, we must fully understand who God declares us to be. We must also become grounded in the knowledge of God’s accomplishment for all humanity. Next, our present existence and walk must become exercised and strengthened. This must continue until we no longer totter or stagger back and forth with every spirit of teaching and subtlety of men.

Paul’s writing breaks down into three main segments. (1) Chapters one through three introduce principles with respect to God’s accomplishment. (2) Chapters four and five put forth principles regarding our present existence. (3) Chapter six presents principles concerning our daily struggle.

Listen here: The Book of Ephesians

More Teaching Series Available:

  • Gospel of Matthew
  • Colossians
  • Philemon
  • Malachi
  • Nahum
  • Jeremiah
  • Ecclesiastes
  • Psalms
  • Revelation
  • End Times: Series
  • Prophecy Updates
  • World Events
  • Christmas Series
  • Passion Series
  • Christ the Savior is Born

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