The Journey with Ron Moore

Jesus meets you where you are with His once-for-all sacrifice and carries you all the way to eternity.

The situation doesn’t always go away, but His peace passes all human understanding.

Long before people see your actions, God sees your heart. Here’s the question. Does God like what He sees?

The journey to Jesus is seldom free of obstacles. The reality with Jesus is not always a storybook life or a storybook ending. It is often tiring and messy. The believer is not free from disappointment, discouragement, or disillusionment. Sometimes the terrain is rugged and the paths steep.  But when we set our hearts on seeing Jesus, nothing will hold us back.

Luke 10:33-35 But a Samaritan, as he traveled, came where the man was; and when he saw him, he took pity on him. He went to him and bandaged his wounds, pouring on oil and wine. Then he put the man on his own donkey, brought him to an inn… Continue Reading…

You won. The battle was long and hard but through God’s grace and power you prevailed.  Now, you’re just tired, and there’s another temptation coming your way.  What do you do? In this broadcast, Ron Moore and men’s minister Tunch Ilkin talk about your options when the battle gets tough… Continue Reading…

Spiritual sentry duty is the obligation of every dad. The Godly father will be found at the gates of his and his children’s hearts watching and warning. On today’s broadcast Ron Moore equips dads for those long days and nights walking the spiritual ramparts.

Many, perhaps you, believe themselves to be reasonably selfless…right up to the moment they say, “I do.” Then a life-long struggle with selfishness is discovered and joined. Today, Ron Moore helps you to win that struggle in your home.

The surest evidence that you’ve spent time in God’s Word is not how long you’ve been at it, it’s how far it has taken you down the road to maturity. In the minutes ahead, Ron Moore puts us on that road and encourages us to truly believe the fundamentals of… Continue Reading…

Matthew 5:6 Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they will be filled. Jesus begins this beatitude with two biological requirements — food and water. Long before we could put sounds together to form words, we innately let our parents know that we were hungry and thirsty…. Continue Reading…


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