The Journey with Ron Moore

Have you just exited the backseat of your car? Just climbed into the light. Just discovered the destination of your sexual sin isn’t where you wanted to be?

Ron Moore concludes his series with the steps you must take to find your way back home.

Sex in the backseat has you imprisoned, looking at the road behind, as you travel farther and farther from home. It’s taking you for a ride you think you control when you don’t. But there’s someone closing fast. Someone who wants a word. Someone who loves you.

Ron Moore is here to tell you about it in this half-hour.

To be an accurate marriage guide our moral GPS must be fixed on a lofty reference point. It must acquire and lock-on to the signal and together husband and wife must follow its instructions. Lose any of that triangulation and a wrong turn down a dead-end road to an affair is much more likely.

Today, Ron Moore documents those three references and offers GPS like guidance from God’s Word.

There are dead ends down many marital byways. Those deceptive and hidden places that invite a casual drive-by relationship.  There, just when you think you can cruise on down the road and exit at the other end, you’re trapped.  Adultery is a lot like that.  Despite how long and exciting the trip might be, it always ends in a marriage roadblock.

That’s the place Ron Moore takes us to in the next half-hour.  In his examination of adultery, you’ll clearly see the dead-end signs and perhaps avoid the heartrending aftermath.

Sexually speaking, when you’ve driven off the road and into the darkness how do you find your way back? What hope is there to travel again down a lighted and narrow way? Such a U-turn is possible, but you’ll need directions and a guide.

In this broadcast, Ron Moore will be that guide for those caught in homosexuality. He’ll offer clear and compassionate directions from God’s Holy Word.

The road is lonely when we travel outside God’s clearly marked lanes. The solid lines are there, not to restrict our freedom, but to keep us in fellowship with Him. They warn us away from the ditch and the dark woods that lie beyond.

Perhaps the loneliest of our fellow travelers are those who have left “the narrow way” and driven into the darkness of homosexuality. Today Ron Moore shares a compassionate look at God’s way while offering a new direction for those caught in the gay lifestyle.

Living together . . . taking a test-drive before making a commitment . . . can yield important information, but only if your intended is a car.  People are a “bit” more complicated and marriage isn’t a “trade-in” institution.  If you want a marriage to last you’ll need better ways of ensuring a life-long relationship.

Ron Moore will tell you why in today’s broadcast.

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 know the struggle. Women . . . you too. So what do you do? That’s Ron Moore’s focus in this half-hour. He’ll share biblical and practical solutions to regaining control of your life in the war against lust.

Some crave life on the edge. They drive headlong around blind, mountain curves, trusting in their firm control while drifting closer and closer to the precipice. Lust can be like that. It seems manageable, controllable, exhilarating, until one slip and we find ourselves falling into an abyss.

Why do we play with lust? And how does it play with us in return? Ron Moore will be along in a moment to talk about that with compassion and clear direction.

Remember those easy summer nights cruising with your boy or girlfriend, listening to classic love songs playing on the radio? Do you remember their messages about love and sex? Would you want your son or daughter to follow their philosophy?

We have an oldie but goodie for you.  One written not only for a new love but for your love too. And in its lyrics, you’ll find sexual instruction everyone can live by. Ron Moore shares it in just a moment.

Imagine for a moment you look out on your driveway and there sits a brand new, gleaming Lexus. It sports a big red bow and a gift card with your name on it.  How would you treat it? Better yet, how carefully would you drive it?

Ron Moore continues his series on Biblical Sexuality with a look at an even greater gift. One provided you by the Creator. One that most people would give up a Lexus to keep. The gift of sex. Just ahead are care and maintenance instructions that will keep your gift shining for the rest of your life.

Why a car leaves us stranded on a lonely road, or worse, smashed against a fence, can often be traced to a singular fact…it wasn’t operated according to the manufacturer’s instructions. In a way, sex is like that. When used outside of the creator’s guidelines, when not maintained by the Book, sex leaves its drivers broken and lost.

In this half-hour, Ron Moore picks up where he left off last time. . . looking at the design and maintenance of biblical sexuality. It’s the introduction of a series that insures you arrive whole and happy at your final destination.

Sexual expression is like a sleek racecar…beautiful, powerful, hard to ignore, and hard to stop when out of control.  To be skillfully handled, it requires mastery of the inventor’s directions. And if not driven precisely—if not kept on the right course—it will crash and burn, injuring driver and bystander alike.

Today, in view of its wonderful and yet potentially destructive power, Ron Moore begins a series that speaks to sexual expression from the instructions of its inventor.

Created for Oneness

Do you remember the traditional standard in marriage and family? It used to be a man and a woman marrying, having a family, and for better or worse, joined as one, as long as they both should live.

Today that standard is in tatters. In the United States, fifty percent of all marriages end in divorce. Many couples in our country have concluded that living together before matrimony makes good sense. And Americans are deeply divided over the issue of same-sex marriage.

Not surprisingly, those conflicts are challenging Christian beliefs. So, in order to contend for biblical marriage, we first must understand what the Bible has to say about it. Only when its truth is fully grasped will we have the confidence to pass it on to our children and grandchildren.

To help you with that Ron Moore has written the booklet: “Created for Oneness.” It offers a Biblical framework for marriage and sexuality.

We’ll send it to you for a gift of any amount.