The Journey with Ron Moore

Gale force, anxious winds are blowing through our lives and souls. And they threaten to rip our spiritual sails to shreds.

Ron Moore outlines three things we can do to protect our hearts and minds with everlasting peace.

There is a safe harbor. A spiritual place where you can shelter from the storm. There, though the winds of adversity rage, your anchor will hold fast and secure.

On today’s broadcast, Ron Moore provides coordinates to that port. Once you find it you’ll never want to leave.

In distressing times, knowing who you are, and whose you are, is vital to navigating the stormy seas of life.

In this half-hour, Ron Moore is joined by Dave DiDonato to team-teach what the Bible says about the key identifiers of the stable Christian voyage.

Is your life’s anchor secure? Do you truly trust those ropes and hooks to keep you safely fastened and on an even keel? And what happens when you weigh that anchor on a storm-tossed sea?

As Ron Moore is about to teach us, that surety can be had when you place your hand in the hand of the man who stills the water.

We’re sailing through confusing times. We’re tossed between wind and water…struggling to get our bearings. So, before we’re dragged onto spiritually dangerous shoals there’s something we must do.

Today, Ron Moore offers that “something” and shows you where to find it.

Journey Through The Bible

Have you ever wanted to read through the Bible in one year? Do you need an engaging, thought-provoking guide to lead you on that quest?

That’s found in Ron Moore’s travelogue titled Journey through the Bible. Its 365 devotionals take you on an intimate, personal journey through the major scenes of scripture. It begins with the creation account in Genesis and ends with an uplifting invitation to walk beside Revelation’s River of Life. Along the way, you’ll experience vistas of wonder, discovery, and hope. But best of all, you’ll come to know the God of the Bible in a deeper way.

Journey through the Bible is yours for a gift of any amount.