The Journey with Ron Moore

You want to be God’s man in your marriage. But just what does that mean? Is it spending time with your wife or spending time providing for her? And are those things mutually exclusive? That’s Ron Moore’s and men’s pastor Tunch Ilkin’s focus on today’s podcast. They begin a look… Continue Reading…

Wholehearted trust is not easy, but it is right. It honors God and it always produces the best for me.

Generations will be impacted by your commitment to be strong, act like a man (if applicable) and walk in obedience.

Be leery of reluctant leaders. Their skin is not thick enough, their roots aren’t deep enough, and their commitment is not strong enough.

This was a time in Israel’s history when the people did not know God. There was no godly leader to give guidance. Everyone did as he saw fit. The same thing happens today. When we do what is right in our own eyes, our life can be described in two words: “Train Wreck!”

Each of us is only one unguarded, emotional, regrettable step away from doing something really foolish; one step away from blowing up our family, ruining our reputation and not honoring God as holy.

The Promise was not a politician who came to change the laws of the land. The Promise was not a philosopher who came to teach morality. The Promise did not come as a military leader ready to take troops into battle. The Promise did not appear as a religious leader paving a way for man to work his way to God. The Promise “became flesh and made his dwelling among us.”

Encouragement during the battle comes in many forms; a touch, a well-timed word, and here today, a prayer. Ron Moore is coming to share the hope found in the character of God, as expressed in a heartfelt petition, by the great biblical leader, Nehemiah.

Leadership is not some monolithic gift.  It’s built, brick by passionate brick, virtue upon integrity. Today Ron Moore helps you begin stacking those character traits in your life, so that you can be a leader in your home, church, community and world.

John 10.31-33 Again his Jewish opponents picked up stones to stone him, but Jesus said to them, “I have shown you many good works from the Father. For which of these do you stone me?” “We are not stoning you for any good work,” they replied, “but for blasphemy, because… Continue Reading…

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