The Journey with Ron Moore

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…

What are some of the important parenting tools you need to raise your kids according to scripture? That’s Ron Moore’s topic in this broadcast. Employ them and watch your children grow into successful adults.

Of great importance, in every home, is the box in which the tools of parenting are stored. In this half-hour, Ron Moore equips us with a biblical container that not only holds those tools but also instructs us in their use.

Mothers, if you had to pick a role model who would it be?  Your mom? Your grandmother?  A woman in the king’s harem?  Did you recoil at that one?  Well, then you missed a role model for the ages. Today, Ron Moore interrupts his Unselfie Series to share her story… Continue Reading…

Parenting is a fearful thing. We have children when we are the least experienced in raising them. But, thanks be to God, there is another fear that can lessen our fear of parenting. Today, Ron Moore explains that fear and the great wisdom it brings. Listen and become a more… Continue Reading…

I write to parents with children at home. Singles, married without children, empty-nesters – don’t misunderstand, you are important too. But for this post, allow me to narrow the audience. And don’t stop reading. Singles and married without children, my words may soon apply directly to you. And empty-nesters, we… Continue Reading…

I believe far too many young men and women enter the dating game with no real plan. This leaves them open to move forward in a relationship based on immediate emotions. Too often they find themselves involved before they take a hard look at the person with whom they have… Continue Reading…

Parents are exhausted these days.  Life is busy.  Let me share with you an experience I had when our kids were younger… I had been moaning about how busy things were. My job. The new baby. Soccer, softball, and baseball practices and games. School stuff. Yard work. And on and… Continue Reading…

I have coached a variety of recreational sports in my community. I hate to admit it, but for many years I was a downright jerk. Now, years removed from my coaching “jerkiness,” it’s hard to believe that I took winning so seriously. But I did. Several of us coaches worked… Continue Reading…

What does it mean to be a whole person in action and thought? Then, how can we encourage that wholeness, that integrity, in our children? We’ll tackle this vital issue on today’s program.