We were made for community. For communion with God and with each other. That truth is found in eternity past and it continues in your life today. So how do you do community as God originally intended? That’s Ron Moore’s topic in this half-hour.
March 2, 2021
“Almost” is never a good response when eternity is on the line. I “almost” made it results in the same destination as it does for the one who was never close. Ron Moore offers warning and encouragement for the “Almost Christian.” He implores you to take that last step into… Continue Reading…
February 16, 2021
There is a quid-pro-quo to the victorious Christian life. An exchange that determines whether you become all you can be or limp into eternity with downcast eyes. On today’s program, Ron Moore describes that exchange and the exciting challenge it offers.
November 22, 2020
Thank You for Your glorious resurrection from the dead! Thank You that my hope is not only in You during this short lifetime but also through all eternity.
October 31, 2020
Jesus meets you where you are with His once-for-all sacrifice and carries you all the way to eternity.
October 23, 2020
When all your religious, economic and creature comforts have been stripped away, what will remain? The answer to that question will determine your comfort, or lack thereof, in eternity. Ron Moore shares the only security that is true and lasting solace, in the midst of utter desolation.
October 5, 2020
He had everything . . . and nothing . . . at the same time. And then one day, the sad old man died. They said he experienced a rich full life . . . as he experienced an empty hellish eternity. He gained the world and lost his soul.
September 17, 2020
Do you have that peace? Have you trusted in Christ as the only way you can know God and finally enter into a relationship with Him?
July 19, 2020
Do we believe that we will one day stand before Christ and give an explanation of our lives? Do we really believe that the life we live today will determine the account we give tomorrow?
July 16, 2020
A legacy is not left in a snapshot. It is the sum-total of a life lived for self or for God or some combination of both. Today, Ron Moore outlines the life whose legacy stands the test of time and eternity.