The Journey with Ron Moore

Will you die for Christ and will you live for Him?  The two are twin virtues. The first never separated from the second.  The second-ever shadowed by the first. Today Ron Moore shares the story of a congregation who lived and died for their Lord and the riches they found… Continue Reading…

Thank God for His willingness to help you leave your past behind and build you a new future. Nothing is impossible with Him.

Remember those easy summer nights cruising with your boy or girlfriend, listening to classic love songs playing on the radio? Do you remember their messages about love and sex? Would you want your son or daughter to follow their philosophy? We have an oldie but goodie for you.  One written… Continue Reading…

David wanted a heart ignited with a burning passion to follow hard after God. He was not content to just read about God or think about God or talk about God. David desired to experience God’s presence every day of his life.

Don’t deny the temptation. Take steps, like Job, to live obediently.

Living for Christ is . . . or should be . . . a daily celebration. Let’s live today in such a way that people take note of our deep joy and deliberate rejoicing.

We live in a world where the love of many is growing cold and men’s hearts are failing them for fear. In the face of this mounting angst how does the believer live with confidence and joy before a watching world?

How do you build a life that will stand the storms and earthquakes of living? It begins with one critical part and continues as we align every wall, in every room to that spiritual building-block.

How do you live for the next world when life in this one is reasonably comfortable? How do you live as a stranger in this world rather than its friend?

No one, on his own, can see God and live. But there is One who intercedes for us. Jesus stands between the holy God and sinful man and by his death bridges the great separation.

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