Mark D. Roberts

Mark D. Roberts

Week in Review

Summary of This Week’s Blogging

Hidden Treasure in the British Museum

Monday, August 6

Ancient Ephesus and the New Testament: Introduction

Tuesday, August 7

The Location and Environment of Ephesus

Wednesday, August 8


Touring Ancient Ephesus

Thursday, August 9

Touring Ancient Ephesus, Part 2

Friday, August 10
Usual Airplane Fare
A few weeks ago I waxed eloquent on the wonders of traveling international business class. This was, I explained, an unusual experience for me and part of a tour package. Well, recently I flew within the US in my more ordinary coach section. There we had what is now standard airplace fare. You can still have fun with it, if you’re creative.

  • Karol Hicks

    Dear Mark.
    I just got an email from Meredith about you! She tells me that you are going to Texas! Megan and Peter are in San Antonio now, and are part of a church plant there. Peter is part of a neonatology group. Megan will be part of the music ministry at the new church. I think the name (at this point) is Rock Bridge (or some such Irvine-y type name) I am thrilled for you and your family that God is calling you to a new ministry. It is so cool to see God at work in our midst! Stewart and I will be in OC in mid-Sept. and will be at IPC for worship and for Veritas (I love that wonderful worship expression!) You are such a great example of a man who is available to God for His great design. It is an honor and a pleasure to have been a small part of your ministry at IPC.
    We look forward to seeing you soon, and to witnessing the amazing things God has in store for you and your precious family!

  • Mark Daniels

    Thanks for your report on Ephesus, Mark. My mother-in-law was there a few years ago and said that it was among the highlights of all the places to which she’s traveled throughout the world.
    Have a blessed Sunday.
    In Christ,
    Mark Daniels

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Why Did Jesus Have to Die? The Perspective of the First Christians, Part 3
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