The Journey with Ron Moore

We will find that God never fails!

Wherever we go, we are never alone. Jesus is always with us . . . even to the end. That great promise is the exclamation to the Great Commission.

Freedom draws a very large circle…love draws it smaller.  In between looms the possibility that the Gospel can be misunderstood. Ron Moore shares how the Apostle Paul dealt with that situation and how you can follow his example.

Where do you find the highest pinnacle of worship?  The place where God inhabits the praise of His people? On today’s broadcast, Ron Moore takes you there, and if you listen well, you’ll never be the same.

God is always on His heavenly throne . . . and He never takes His eyes off you!

God reminds us that the battle is not ours to fight. He will be the One fighting for us. We simply need to trust Him.

God’s ways are not our ways, and His schedule is seldom synced with the calendar on our smart phones. But you can be sure of this: God never wastes our time. He is using today to prepare you for tomorrow. He has some great things for you to do. And He will show you what they are . . . in His time.

Death is an enemy. It separates us from the body and takes us away from those we love on earth. It seems final. But Jesus will never leave us alone. As we pass from death He will usher us into life. Jesus will not leave you as an orphan. He is with you during this life, through the passage of death, and throughout eternity. Jesus never leaves us alone.

A text from my son Garrison was the first thing I saw when I turned off the alarm on my phone. Garrison is an avid Oklahoma Sooner football fan and receives all the OU news. The press release he sent me that morning, announced that Mickey Ripley, a former OU… Continue Reading…

Luke 12:4-7 I tell you, my friends, do not be afraid of those who kill the body and after that can do no more. But I will show you whom you should fear: Fear him who, after your body has been killed, has authority to throw you into hell. Yes,… Continue Reading…

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