The Journey with Ron Moore

Pray that God will give you an “understanding mind” to accomplish everything he has for you to do.

Let’s just worship God in thanksgiving. Reflect on all that God has done for you, provided for you, and how he has cared for you.

Sometimes delayed expectations lead to complacency. Like when a boat sits in dry dock for years, never sailing. Or, when waiting for the return of someone who’s coming seems suspect, given the elapsed time. Ron Moore demonstrates the connection between the eventual departure of that boat and the yet delayed… Continue Reading…

Parenting is intentional work. Let’s pray that God gives us the strength and courage to lead our children well.

What do sons and their fathers need in order to be equipped to lead their families? That’s a crucial issue in today’s world and especially in today’s Church. So, Ron Moore and Men’s Pastor Tunch Ilkin are going to spend time addressing that topic and offering some practical insight for… Continue Reading…

From parents of children to presidents of companies, we must lead with tender shepherding, integrity of heart, and skillful hands.

Leading out of reverence for God . . . now that puts leadership in a truly biblical perspective.

What things do you request from God to lead effectively the people He has placed in your life? That question deserves some reflection, doesn’t it?

It is the Spirit who directs us when we are confronted with these types of decisions. He is our Counselor who opens our eyes to see the right path to take. It is His ministry to lead us into all truth. David said, “I will praise the Lord, who counsels me; even at night my heart instructs me” (Psalm 16:7). Even when we close our eyes in rest, the Spirit speaks to our hearts.

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…


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