The Journey with Ron Moore

The model citizen and the murderer, the faithful spouse and the adulterous one, the missionary who gave their lives in service or the person who turns to Christ with their last breath – grace is available for all. Thank God that grace is never fair.

Jesus offers you a personal relationship with Him. Are you ready to turn from the stuff you’ve been chasing and accept His free gift of eternal life?

When we trust in Jesus as the only way to know God, we are set free from our old clothes and our old way, and finally can enjoy the fellowship of the living God.

Liberty has limits.  While that statement may seem contradictory it actually grants even greater freedom…the freedom to do “as you should,” and not merely “as you want.” Ron Moore explains what it means to be truly free–within “loving boundaries.”

A shadow has passed over humankind. It wasn’t the real thing but it caused us to seek the source of the eclipse. And in the finding we discovered true freedom. Today Ron Moore shows us that real thing—the shadow-maker—that transforms a darkened heart into the light of the world.

Freedom, as defined by our licentious culture, is a gilded cage. Rather than giving us the liberty to pursue God’s best, it makes us free from righteousness and slaves to sin. Today Ron Moore hands us the key that makes escape possible and soaring flight a reality.

What an amazing scenario! The people chose to have a dangerous man back on the streets rather than have Jesus live. The innocent would die. The guilty went free. The same applies today. The spotless Lamb of God bore our sin in His body on the cross. He died in our place so we could be free forever.

How would you like to be free? Truly free to live your life with significance and purpose, free from fear and from guilt. On today’s broadcast, Ron Moore speaks from experience and scripture to share the security of God’s promised liberty in Christ.

Matthew 20:14-16 Take your pay and go. I want to give the one who was hired last the same as I gave you. Don’t I have the right to do what I want with my own money? Or are you envious because I am generous? So the last will be… Continue Reading…

Luke 15:25-30 Meanwhile, the older son was in the field. When he came near the house, he heard music and dancing. So he called one of the servants and asked him what was going on. “Your brother has come,” he replied, “and your father has killed the fattened calf because… Continue Reading…


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