The Journey with Ron Moore

In a sin-darkened world, how can believers shine a light on their savior? A light so true and bright that the world can only respond with glory to God.

In a moment Ron Moore is coming to show us that heavenly radiance and tell us how to turn it on.

Finding a good lawyer is vital when the indictment against you carries an eternal penalty.

Ron Moore shares the only attorney who can secure an acquittal in that supreme court. The only one who can get your misdemeanors and felonies expunged from the heavenly record.

Walking through this sin-stained world you’re going to get dirty. So, how do you keep those stains from setting deep into your soul?

Ron Moore offers dirt-busting instructions for having a “white-as-wool” heart.

Traveling companions are essential in the spiritual journey. To arrive, healthy and strong, at your destination requires intimate fellowship.

Ron Moore helps you develop that intimacy with God-ordained purpose.

How healthy is your faith? Do the signs of spiritual vitality mark your Christian walk, or does insecurity keep you from the abundant life Christ promised?

Ron Moore begins a look at 5 essential truths, from the book of First John, that characterize a healthy believer’s life. It’s a checkup for your soul.

Servant leaders will always act, and they will always get up…from a fall…from failure…from disappointment.

And, as Ron Moore is coming to share, when they act Jesus will always empower them to greater love for Him and greater heights of service for his Church.

Jesus said: “It is the one who is least among you all, who is the greatest.”

Today, Ron Moore leads you on that journey to greatness, which lies just down the road of humble service.

It’s the small sacrifices you make that sometimes have the greatest impact. You give up a small pleasure and a weaker believer keeps their spiritual balance.

Ron Moore shares how and why that’s done and the difference it makes for a watching world.

In life, and in marriage, a long-range view can make the difference between contentment and strife.

Ron Moore helps you put on those long-distance lenses so you can find real peace and serenity.

Making a good marriage takes hard work. It works well when nurtured. When neglected it doesn’t work at all.

Ron Moore offers workable guidance for making your marriage healthy and good.

Sexual intimacy is most satisfying when experienced within God-given boundaries. In other words, if you want good sex you have to do it God’s way.

Ron Moore shares biblical guardrails and fences, which offer that kind of body and soul-satisfying freedom in the bedroom.

“Sex-positive” is the modern term that excuses and celebrates promiscuity. What those who casually use this idiom don’t realize is that God is “sex-positive.” It’s His idea and His design.

Ron Moore teaches us how the church can reclaim that sexual high ground and celebrate its expression in a God-honoring way.

Sometimes the “Good” can become so twisted as to be unrecognizable from the original. That is sex in the modern world.

Today Ron Moore begins instruction, from God’s Word, on uncoiling, and reclaiming God’s good design from its current, distorted expression.

It is the great paradox of Christian leadership. Jesus said, “The greatest among you will be your servant.” But what does that look like and how is it done?

That’s Ron Moore’s focus on today’s broadcast. He offers three principles that will help you become the servant leader God requires you to be.

Christian, you are a leader. Whether you desire to lead or not, whether or not you’re gifted in leadership. Your direction in life will attract followers and imitators. Some you know. Many you don’t.

On today’s broadcast, Ron Moore shares how that responsibility is to be lived out in Christ’s power.

A Biblical View of Sexuality

You know, it doesn’t take a long look to see how sex-saturated our culture has become. Whether in television shows and movies, on billboards, or at the mall—one thing is certain: our society doesn’t hesitate to put sexuality and sexual topics right in front of us.

But where is the church in this discussion? Far too often, Christians remain uncomfortably silent about sexuality. Parents are reluctant to talk to their kids about purity. Men and women, who desperately need accountability, keep their sexual struggles to themselves. And churches often avoid these difficult issues entirely.

But because God created us, and created sex as part of the human experience, we must talk about this vital topic. We need to know what God has to say about it and how we can apply those truths to our lives. To that end, Ron has written a thoughtful book called, “A Biblical View of Sexuality.”

This book is yours for a gift of any amount.