The Journey with Ron Moore

The most important thing about parenting has nothing to do with parenting. The primary component of raising our kids is how Mom and Dad love and respect each other. The husband and wife’s relationship is key to allowing a child to mature with security and provides a solid platform to… Continue Reading…

Some time ago, I was emailed a page of “wise sayings” … Well, sort of. A first grade teacher collected them over the years. She gave her classes part of an old “proverb” and let them fill in the rest. Following are some I thought you might enjoy. Remember these… Continue Reading…

I confess that sometimes prayers for my children become wooden and repetitive. “And Lord, help our children to have a great day at school,” and “Lord, help them to do well on their math test,” while sincere are hardly specific.  Here are some requests from Ephesians 1:15-23 that asks for… Continue Reading…

So…we want our children to grow up with the virtue of respect embedded in their hearts. How do we make that happen? How do we plow the ground for respect to grow? How do we mentor, model, and monitor respect? My friend, Dr. Robert Freado, has served as a teacher,… Continue Reading…

The times require a special kind of dad…one who wants to make a significant difference in his children’s lives…one who embodies three critical character traits. Those three traits are Ron Moore’s focus on today’s program.

Spiritual sentry duty is the obligation of every dad. The Godly father will be found at the gates of his and his children’s hearts watching and warning. On today’s broadcast Ron Moore equips dads for those long days and nights walking the spiritual ramparts.

1 Thessalonians 2:11-12 For you know that we dealt with each of you as a father deals with his own children, encouraging, comforting and urging you to live lives worthy of God, who calls you into his kingdom and glory. In his first letter to the Thessalonians (2:11-12), the Apostle… Continue Reading…

Parenting is not for sissies! Raising children is hard work. Parents who desire to be popular with their children and their children’s friends will live to regret the compromises it takes to make that happen. But parents who love their children enough to lead them will have to make some… Continue Reading…

Check out these startling statistics about children and money: Advertisers spend $15 billion a year on child-focused advertising. The average American child sees 40,000 commercials a year. Children recognize brands by 18 months and by two years ask for them by name. American kids get an average of 70 new… Continue Reading…

A godly parent is a teacher, model and an unconditional friend. These responsibilities are like a three-legged stool. If one “leg” is missing, our effectiveness becomes minimal at best. Each “leg” is supported and held together by the Lord. A Teacher Our role as a teacher means that we must… Continue Reading…