The Journey with Ron Moore

It’s been said that life is what happens while you’re planning for the future. But for those who follow Christ the planning has all been done. Discovering that plan is where we find not only life but “life abundant” and full of joy. Ron Moore helps you in that discovery… Continue Reading…

Keep asking God to point out the distractions in your life.

God, prepare me to prepare this child for what you want them to be. Prepare me so I can prepare them for your calling and mission.

How do you experience the mighty acts of God so that you can pass them on with passion?

Some people, like Jehu, are passionate and adamant about certain things. They live their lives on a mission to make sure good things get done for God. But like Jehu, there are some glaring spiritual deficiencies. God wants our whole heart. Anything less is a life of mixed reviews.

We must also guard the gate of our eyes . . . what we watch and look at. The gate of our mind . . . the things we think about. The gate of our emotions . . . the things we desire. The gate of our will . . . the mission of our lives.

Marriages never explode. There is never one event that causes a couple to call it quits. Instead, the demise of a marriage is more like a slow leak. After a time, the marriage goes flat. Too many couples were not willing to fix the leak in the first place. And… Continue Reading…

“Why am I here?” It’s the bracing question that lurks around the edges of our consciousness, sometimes charging into the open with a challenge we struggle to meet. Ron Moore offers biblical insights that will help you confidently face the reason for your being and how you live it out.

God chose a small-town girl for a big-time mission. John Donne described it as “immensity cloistered in thy dear womb.” Through Mary, the eternal God made His way into the temporal world. Indeed, the Lord was with her.

Mission accomplished? Only the Father and His willing Son saw beyond what looked like a miserable ending. That day Jesus took on His most important work. On the cross, He took our sins and paid our penalty. Then He cried out one word, “Tetelestai,” which means “paid in full,” and died. Mission accomplished!

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