He waits with open arms for all repentant sinners to come home. His heart is filled with compassion as He welcomes us back with wide open arms of grace. Today the gracious and loving Father is waiting for you. It’s time to come home.
July 9, 2020
Sitting in a high place among our most treasured possessions is our taste in music. It often rules over our choice in churches, friends, and spiritual leaders. It can be the most healing or destructive of our closely held values. Ron Moore offers spiritual insight from four periods of church-music… Continue Reading…
June 21, 2020
He will love us as much tomorrow as He does today. That does not give us a pass to sin; rather, it motivates us to obey such a good and loving God.
May 26, 2020
You are like an expensive pearl, once owned by an uncaring collector, now purchased, at great personal cost, by a loving Lord. Ron Moore will detail that transaction and what it means to your life.
March 10, 2020
Regardless of how far we have gone, how long we have been gone or how much damage we’ve done, the loving Father waits with open arms to welcome his child (prodigal though he or she may be) back home.
February 28, 2020
What road are you on? Are you headed to the destination of death or life? Have you trusted in Jesus alone as the only One who can place you into a loving, personal, and eternal relationship with God?
January 1, 2020
God the Father: The All-Powerful Creator. God the Son: The Agent of Creation, Re-Creation and Resurrection. God the Spirit: The Protector and Nurturer. How can we respond to such a powerful, gracious and loving God? Only one way – bow down and worship him. Why don’t you do that right now? Start the new year on your knees before the Triune God.
October 25, 2019
What an amazing truth! This is the foundation of our identity! I am a friend of the Creator! The eternal, omnipotent, all-powerful, omniscient, all-loving God chooses to call me His friend! He chose me! He communicates with me! Let’s never get over that astounding truth!
June 10, 2019
Oftentimes what we count as great misfortune is really great blessing in disguise. It’s used by a loving God to get our attention…to save us from far worse distress. And as Ron Moore is about to share, the pain of sin’s consequence is well worth the blessing of reconciliation and… Continue Reading…