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"Back to the Bible" with "Ron Moore"

Why Do I Need Community?

Friday, May 26, 2017

Ron MoorePoet John Donne wrote that "No man is an island." But God put it best when He said, "It is not good for man to be alone." As Ron Moore explains, we were designed for community. What's more, we all have an individual responsibility for building up the communion of believers. We'll learn several essential attitudes we all need to know.


What Does It Look Like? - Thursday, May 25, 2017
The Church is designed to be a masterpiece of Christ's image on earth. But even though we as Christians in the Church have been saved and forgiven, we are still sinners. Ron Moore shows us that it's only through God's grace working in and through us that the Church can have any positive influence at all in our world. We'll look at several attributes which define the Church today and learn how to keep Christ at the center of our community.
Community: What Is It? - Wednesday, May 24, 2017
Community has become a buzz word in modern culture and in the Body of Christ, but do we truly know what makes a community work? Ron Moore takes us back to the beginning to show the very first community as described in God's Word. This ancient model, when it is understood, can transform the way we do church today.
Action - Tuesday, May 23, 2017
Peter had every reason to think he'd been disqualified. He'd failed to stand up for Jesus, and then when asked about Him, Peter denied knowing Him. But, as Ron Moore explains, Peter's ministry had only just begun. In John 21 we see Peter's encounter with Jesus and learn God's grace is greater than our failures. We'll learn several principles to help us stay active in Christ's service through the trials of life.
Humility - Monday, May 22, 2017
One of the most powerful lessons Jesus taught is found in John 12. It's not a parable, it's not a miraculous healing, and it's not even a sermon. Ron Moore examines this passage and helps us see the revolutionary impact of the lesson Jesus taught His disciples, and us, on that day long ago.
Road Rules: Humility - Friday, May 19, 2017
When two cars stop at an intersection, there are rules which dictate which car can move through first. But when two humans meet in disagreement, the rules aren't so clear-cut. As Ron Moore explains, that's where a proper understanding of humility can have a powerful impact. Ron will also look at what it means to fear God and will show us how it relates to humility.
Road Rules: Anger - Thursday, May 18, 2017
You have probably witnessed the destructive power of an angry outburst. These outbursts are often shameful at best, and life-altering at worst. Ron Moore helps us get a handle on our anger by showing us how to submit to the Holy Spirit's control. What's more, we'll learn that when properly controlled and motivated, righteous anger can be a powerful agent of change in our world.
Road Rules: Integrity - Wednesday, May 17, 2017
Many people have turned away from God after observing a Christian in an unguarded moment. So when it comes to living a life by God's rules, according to His wisdom, the concept of integrity becomes vitally important. Ron Moore helps us understand how to live a life of integrity and shows us how to find our way back to God after we stumble.
Road Rules: Wisdom - Tuesday, May 16, 2017
If all the drivers on the road followed their own rules, the result would be chaos. The same thing happens in life when everyone tries to live by their own rules. As Ron Moore begins a look at the Book of Proverbs, we'll be reminded that, even though salvation is by grace alone, life can be a whole lot better when we all agree to live by God's rules instead of our own.
The Good Shepherd - Monday, May 15, 2017
Unless you grew up in a rural setting, you may not be familiar with the duties of a shepherd. So, when Jesus refers to Himself as the Good Shepherd, much of the significance of that statement might be lost on modern ears. Ron Moore helps us understand what it means that Jesus is our Good Shepherd, and shows us how to find peace and security in this fact.

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Saturday, May 27th, 2017
the Sixth Week after Easter
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