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Ken Ramey

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Lakeside Bible Church

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Lakeside Bible Church

18940 Freeport Drive

Montgomery, Texas,77356

United States

Company Description

Lakeside Bible Church is deeply committed to the absolute authority of the Bible. We are convinced that the Bible is the only trustworthy standard of what we should believe and how we should live. Our ultimate priority is to glorify God by faithfully proclaimi...more

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Expository Listening: A Practical Handbook for Hearing and Doing God's Word - Kress Christian Publications

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Ken Ramey
Ken Ramey is a graduate of The Master's Seminary in Southern California and serves as the pastor-teacher of Lakeside Bible Church in Montgomery, Texas. Ken and his wife Kelli have been married twenty years and have three children: Zachariah, Hannah, and Jacob. Ken Ramey is a fine preacher and expositor himself with a shepherd's heart and a wonderful gift for teaching. I'm very grateful he has tackled this subject and given the church such an invaluable resource.-John MacArthur, pastor-teacher, Grace Community Church, Sun Valley, CA Endorsement 2: I read Ken Ramey's book with pleasure and believe it should be distributed far and wide. It meets a neglected need in the life of the church. There can- not be enough emphasis placed upon the need for effective listening in the pew. Ramey proposes valuable solutions to the problem. He knows how to encourage people to listen to preaching by suggesting practical and helpful ways. Ken Ramey's Expository Listening admirably fills this void, from establishing a basic need for and theology of listening from the Scriptures to offering practical ways believers can prepare to listen, discern what they hear, and apply sermons to their own lives. I've been waiting for such a book for a long time. I am grateful for Ken Ramey's urgent call for all Christians to heed scriptural instructions regarding how we are to embrace the exposition of His Word. So Ken Ramey's thoughtful work in Expository Listening is nothing less than essential reading for all those who want to hear God speak and know the meaning of His Word. In this book, Ken Ramey shows that we ought to have equally high expectations of our- selves. Ken Ramey's Expository Listening is a guide for how to listen to and profit from faithful preaching of God's Word. In Expository Listening, Ken Ramey will show you what the Bible says about listening well to God's Word preached, and he'll show you practical ways how to do it.


Ken Ramey and Lakeside Bible Church Elders Cause Pain for a Young Rape Victim and His Mother | The Wartburg Watch 2017

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Ken Ramey and Lakeside Bible Church Elders Cause Pain for a Young Rape Victim and His Mother
Well done, Ken Ramey! You and your people have successfully kicked a dear woman and her raped son to the curb. Why don't you turn the other cheek like a certain Carpenter (who deserves the capital C) suggested and help Shauna and care for her son? It should come as no surprise to our regular readers that Ken Ramey and his Elders (capital E) are sold out to the authority-driven, discipline-pursuing 9Marks' view on church. One point that Shauna made to me is that Ken Ramey and the Elders knew Billy for many years prior to the rape. Ken Ramey gave a sermon on church discipline. Shauna is allegedly given stern warnings and even *discipline* from Ramey Shauna was asked to speak with Ramey privately. He told her that she was to stay quiet about what had happened to Billy. He said that if she said anything, it would be considered slander. Shauna questioned this since she was an eyewitness to what had happened to Billy. She said that slander implies a lie. Ken told her that slander didn't mean a lie. I do not know what they teach at The Masters Seminary, but I wrote a post called Slander or an Inconvenient Truthlooking at the Biblical definition of the word, and it most definitely means a lie told in order to cause harm to another. He then went on to tell her that Billy was also to remain quiet about what had happened to him. Please keep in mind that Billy had been treated at the Emergency Room and would continue to need medical treatment and counseling. It seems like Ken was not interested in Billy's feelings. He forcefully stated that this sort of incident could divide the church. Note that he is placing this burden for a hypothetical church division on the backs of the rape victim and his mother. Ramey then told her that the police investigators would not look at this situation *biblically* like the church would. Ramey believed that BOTH families should be seeking forgiveness and restoration with one another. Shauna did not understand why she and Billy had to seek forgiveness because they had done nothing wrong. Also, one week after a violent rape is not the time to bring up reconciliation. What do they teach at the seminary?? Ramey told Shauna that she needed to ask Billy if he was lying about what happened and to find out if Billy felt guilty for causing any part of the incident. Shauna felt like Ramey was trying to make this into a consensual act in spite of the fact that Shauna had walked in when it was occurring. Also, Joe had threatened Billy with harm if he said anything about what happened prior to his mom arriving. Shauna became agitated by Ramey's suggestions, denying that her son had done anything wrong. Then, Ramey issued the following orders. Since he wanted both boys and families to attend the church, he decided to have Shauna attend the first service and the other family would come to the second service. He did not give her a choice. He then said that Billy had to stay at Shauna's side at all times while at church, which meant he would not be able to attend the Youth Ministry program that he had always enjoyed. Shauna asked why her son had to stay by her side and in her sight, and Ramey said that is what he had decided and would not bend on this. Ramey claimed that this was Shauna's "shepherd". During this time, Shauna asked Ken to set up a meeting with Joe's family to see if they could try to get along since they attended the same church. During the meeting Joe's parents berated Shauna, calling her son a liar, and saying that Billy had ruined Joe's life. Apparently, Joe wanted to be an FBI agent and now would not be able to join with this in his record. Shauna was shocked. She responded that Billy's life had been ruined as well since he had to take medications that made him sick after the rape and that he now had frequent nightmares and needed counseling. Ken interrupted and told her to be quiet. He claimed that listening to her was not what they were here for. The meeting rapidly broke up after Ken left the room. Apparently, someone overheard her speaking to this minister and reported it to Ramey. Ramey confronted her and told her, point blank, to stop talking about it. At a final meeting called by Ramey, she was accused of continuing to talk about the incident and was told that she was disobeying the leadership. In the midst of her grief, only a few months after the incident that changed their lives, Shauna resigned from the church. She was shunned by many of her former friends and slowly began to lose her clients. An email from Ken Ramey Do you want to understand what kind of a man Ramey is? Here is an email that Ramey sent Shauna. Thankfully, she saved much of their correspondence. I believe this email says all that I need to know about Ken Ramey. Ken Ramey wrote: Ken Ramey Pastor-Teacher Lakeside Bible Church Ken Ramey and Lakeside Bible Church Elders Cause Pain for a Young Rape Victim and His Mother - 498 Comments Ramey told Shauna that she needed to ask Billy if he was lying about what happened and to find out if Billy felt guilty for causing any part of the incident. What a dirt bag (Ramey, that is). Victim blaming from the very out-set. OP: Ramey then told her that the police investigators would not look at this situation *biblically* like the church would Ramey believed that BOTH families should be seeking forgiveness and restoration with one another. If I have that right, "hello pot, meet kettle" is all I can say to Ramey on that. Given that Ramey continually misrepresents the situation, victim-blames, shows preferential treatment to the perpetrator, I don't blame her for wanting to set the record straight with him. This email proves Ramey, like all of them, have redefined Jesus Christ. They hawk another Jesus who tells young rape victims to suck it up and protect the evil rapist. They hawk a cruel Jesus claiming He has given them power. Ken Ramey's "god" is a jerk. Shauna should sue Ramey for slander! He told lies about her that directly caused financial difficulties. He and the elders, as well as the perpetrator's parents, should be sued for emotional distress as well.


Lakeside Bible Church / About Lbc / Leadership

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Ken Ramey
Pastor-Teacher Ken Ramey serves as the pastor-teacher of Lakeside Bible Church. Born and raised in Massachusetts, Ken attended Word of Life Bible Institute and School of Youth Ministries in New York and then transferred to The Master's College in Los Angeles, CA where he graduated with a bachelor's degree in Youth Ministry. He went on to receive his M. Div. from The Master's Seminary and joined the pastoral staff at Grace Community Church where he served as the High School Pastor for four years and as professor of Youth Ministry at TMC. He completed his D. Min. in Expository Preaching at TMS and authored Expository Listening. Ken and his wife Kelli were married in 1990 and have three children; Zachariah, Hannah, and Jacob. Ken Ramey


Lakeside Bible Church > Leadership

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Ken Ramey serves as the pastor-teacher of Lakeside Bible Church.
Born and raised in Massachusetts, Ken attended Word of Life Bible Institute and School of Youth Ministries in New York and then transferred to The Master's College in Los Angeles, CA where he graduated with a bachelor's degree in Youth Ministry. He went on to receive his M. Div. from The Master's Seminary and joined the pastoral staff at Grace Community Church where he served as the High School Pastor for four years and as professor of Youth Ministry at TMC. He completed his D. Min. in Expository Preaching at TMS and authored Expository Listening. Ken and his wife Kelli were married in 1990 and have three children; Zachariah, Hannah, and Jacob. Ken Ramey ~ 01/30/11 What's That In Your Hand? Ken Ramey ~ 01/01/11 Ken Ramey ~ 11/01/10 Ken Ramey ~ 07/01/10


Lakeside Bible Church > Leadership

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Ken Ramey
Ken Ramey | Pastor-Teacher Ken is the founding pastor of Lakeside Bible Church. He was born and raised in Massachusetts. After attending Word of Life Bible Institute and School of Youth Ministries in New York, he transferred to The Master's College in California where he graduated with a bachelor's degree in Youth Ministry. He went on to receive his M. Div. from The Master's Seminary and joined the pastoral staff at Grace Community Church where he served as the High School Pastor for four years and as professor of Youth Ministry at TMC. Ken and his wife Kelli have been married 15 years and have three children; Zachariah, Hannah, and Jacob. Ken Ramey ~ 10/22/08 Ken Ramey ~ 10/15/08 Ken Ramey ~ 05/01/08 How To Listen To A Sermon - Pt. 1 Ken Ramey ~ 03/01/08 Ken Ramey ~ 01/01/08


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