The Journey with Ron Moore

Imagine this scene. It is windy and hot with the temperature close to 100 degrees. There is the sound of horses and wagon wheels and loud voices of impatient men. The air is filled with dust and anticipation. All has been left behind for this once in a lifetime opportunity…. Continue Reading…

Family history and dynamics shape the faith and destiny of every member. The children often reflect their parent’s sins and personalities. Sibling influences sibling. In the case of Jacob and his sons that history and dynamic turned to heartache. But God turned it into good. Ron Moore begins a look… Continue Reading…

He stands tall in the pages of scripture.  A man bent and broken because he wrestled with God.  A liar, schemer and cheat whom God pummeled into a patriarch of the Jewish nation. Ron Moore looks into the troubled character of Jacob and the defining moment that changed his name… Continue Reading…

Psalm 89:46-52  How long, LORD? Will you hide yourself forever? How long will your wrath burn like fire? Remember how fleeting is my life. For what futility you have created all humanity! Who can live and not see death, or who can escape the power of the grave? Lord, where… Continue Reading…

The truths of God’s sovereignty and our responsibility stand as two mighty pillars rising beyond the clouds. We can’t see their connection but we’re asked to believe they hold our eternal destiny in place. Ron Moore examines our part in that heavenly architecture and what it means for us today.

Two men have decided the eternal destiny of the human race. You belong to one of them. The question is: which one? On today’s broadcast Ron Moore compares their deeds so that you may choose the one who brings life.

What does it mean that Jesus is called the Lamb of God? What does it matter? In this half-hour Ron Moore shares the significance of that name and its vital importance to your eternal destiny.

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