The Journey with Ron Moore

Impacting the future begins today.

Sometimes we drive, sometimes we are driven and sometimes we know the difference. Lust of the eyes and the heart frequently take us on a ride that we think we control. And when we fall into that line of thinking, lust has wrestled the wheel from our hands. Men, you… Continue Reading…

You like something. You like it a lot. How do you know if you like it too much?  How do you know if you’re…addicted? On today’s broadcast, Ron Moore and Men’s Pastor Tunch Ilkin take a look at the signs that men, and the women in their lives, shouldn’t ignore.

We are in desperate need of more wholehearted servants like Caleb. We need men and women who are using all their gifts and resources to serve God until he calls them home. There is no such thing as retirement in the service of the Lord.

There’s a closely held secret in the culture of abortion.  It’s cynical, deceitful and crafty. In this broadcast, Ron Moore and special guest Brian Fisher unveil that secret and its awful consequences for women.

There are some surprising people included in Jesus’ genealogy. Yesterday we considered several observations about Matthew’s list (Matthew 1:1-17). Today we will consider four women in Jesus’ lineage.

Jesus blesses the faithful. In the words of the writer to the Hebrews, Jesus commends those who are sure of what they hope for and certain of what they don’t see. Some of these faithful were men and women who lived before Jesus. People like Noah, Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and Rahab. They lived by faith even though the Gift had not been unwrapped.

If someone took a magnifying glass to your real life and inspected it thoroughly, what would He find? Integrity in the tiniest places or compromise in the spots we thought were hidden? In this half-hour Ron Moore offers that magnifier, and encourages us to use it before someone else does.

Psalm 72:8-14   May he rule from sea to sea and from the River to the ends of the earth. May the desert tribes bow before him and his enemies lick the dust. May the kings of Tarshish and of distant shores bring tribute to him. May the kings of… Continue Reading…


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