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Back to the Bible is a worldwide Christian ministry dedicated to leading people forward spiritually. Using media and technology, Back to the Bible meets people at their own spiritual level and walks with them daily into a living, growing and passionate relationship with Jesus Christ by equipping and motivating them to engage Scripture daily.With every 25-minute study, you'll gain a better understanding of what the Bible says, what it means and how to apply it to everyday life.


Peaceful and Childlike  

Peace can feel like an unattainable ideal at times. If there's not trouble with the neighbors, then it's a family member causing problems. And if we're honest, it's often ourselves who are the source of unrest. So how do we find peace? More importantly, how do we become a peacemaker? Ron Moore takes us to Jesus' Sermon on the Mount to find the answers.

Inside and Out  

The way we as Christians act in public is important. But right actions come from a right heart, a heart properly aligned and completely given to Christ. Ron Moore looks at this instruction from the Beatitudes and helps us understand how to keep a pure heart in a world wallowing in the mud.

Compassion and Action  

Compassion plus action equals mercy. That's the simple formula Ron Moore introduces to help us understand this important characteristic. We'll look at several events in Jesus' life where He demonstrated mercy, and we'll learn several practical ways to demonstrate mercy in our homes and community today.

Hungry and Filled  

"Blessed are those who hunger for righteousness, for they will be filled." This is the fourth of the Beatitudes given by Jesus during the Sermon on the Mount. But what does it mean to hunger for righteousness? Ron Moore answers that question and shows us how we can embrace this life-changing promise of God.

Gentle and Secure  

Many people would say happiness is reserved for those who boldly seize control of their destiny. But Jesus said it's the meek who will inherit the earth. Ron Moore takes a closer look at this sometimes confusing statement and helps us to see how meekness is not weakness. Along the way, we'll learn how to find true happiness in obedience to God's will.

Repentant and Comforted  

Where is comfort for those who are mourning? While we often interpret this Beatitude as an assurance for those suffering loss, there's a lot more to this promise. Bible Teacher Ron Moore takes us through the Scriptures to find the ultimate source of our sorrow. Because once we understand the cause, we'll know where to find comfort for those who mourn.

Depraved and Saved  

What does it take to be in the Kingdom of God? The religious leaders in Jesus' day taught that only a lifetime of good works could impress God. And many people today believe the same thing. Ron Moore examines the first of Jesus' Beatitudes and shows us the true way to find a place in God's Kingdom. And we'll find it's a way that available to us all, regardless of our past.

Upside Down  

In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus declared several different types of people to be "blessed." The purpose of these blessings--or, "Beatitudes"--is to show people how to find a truly happy and contented life. A fulfillment which doesn't waver despite external circumstances. Join Ron Moore as he looks at this important guide to godly happiness.

The Messiah  

The Son of God entered the world as a baby who was wrapped in swaddling clothes and laid in a manger. Immanuel, God with us. But His purpose was much greater than the incarnation, much greater than His perfect example, greater than His miracles and teaching. Ron Moore explains that eternal purpose which was set in motion before the foundation of the world.

The Mission  

In John 11, Jesus declares, "I am the resurrection and the life." Shortly after, He called Lazarus out from the tomb. And a few days later, Jesus entered Jerusalem for the last time before He was crucified. As we draw near to Easter, Ron Moore invites us to consider the tragedy of sin and death, and rejoice in the promise of new life.

The Miracle Worker  

What are your motives for following Jesus? Ron Moore takes us to John 6 and shows us two groups of people following Jesus for different reasons. One group saw Jesus as a way to meet their superficial needs. But the other group knew Jesus was much more than a miracle worker. We'll learn how Jesus can meet all our needs and find out how to follow Him with the right motives.

The Man  

Temptation can be both subtle and glaringly overt. It's mild mannered and demanding. And the one who wields it in all its glitter and grime is crouching at your door desiring to trip you up. Jesus faced Satan in the wilderness and showed those who would follow how to stand their ground and to remain standing in the face of temptation. Ron Moore takes us there to see and learn.

The Manger  

Even from His humble birth in a manger, it was clear Jesus was going to change the world. And as Christians, we are called to follow in His footsteps. But, Ron Moore shows us that following Jesus is neither safe nor comfortable. Dare to follow Him and your life, and the world around you is going to be changed.

Seeking Spiritual Protection  

When Jesus prayed, "lead us not into temptation," was He implying that God is the source of our temptations? Ron Moore takes us to the Scriptures to find the true source of temptation. More importantly, we'll learn how to prayerfully and scripturally respond to temptations when they arise.

Living in Daily Dependence  

Dependence is a negative word in our culture. We rely on our can-do self-sufficiency to build a prosperous and successful society. But in God's economy that attitude fails and leaves us poorer than we should be. Ron Moore directs us back to the peace and prosperity gained by reliance on God's provision.

Submitting to God's Sovereign Will  

If you ask the Father for anything in Jesus' name, will He grant it? What if you have faith as small as a mustard seed and ask persistently; will the door always be opened? Ron Moore talks about the promises we cling to and sheds light on bowing before God as we lift our hearts in prayer.

Living in Awe of God  

"Our Father who art in heaven..." Many people know the Lord's Prayer and can recite it from memory. But, as Ron Moore points out, Jesus didn't intend for this prayer to be repeated idly, but to infuse and inform our entire life. We'll look specifically at the opening to this prayer and discover more about our Father who receives our prayers and whose name is hallowed above all others.

Demystifying Prayer  

Does prayer seem as if you're casting words into the wind or trying to perform some supernatural trick that just doesn't ever seem to work? You're not alone. Bible Teacher Ron Moore takes us to the Book of Matthew to learn about prayer from Jesus Himself.

King Josiah  

Josiah became King of Judah when he was only eight years old, at a time when the nation had all but forgot about God. But Josiah remembered and led Judah to one of the greatest spiritual revivals in that nation's history. As we conclude this series, Ron Moore encourages us to have the same passion for God that we find in Josiah's life.

King Hezekiah  

Sometimes, tragically, an entire life of faithful service to God can be undone in a single moment. And while God is merciful to forgive the sin of the truly penitent heart, the consequences are real and need to be dealt with. Ron Moore shows us how this played out in the life King Hezekiah. Plus, we'll see how to restart that spiritual renewal in our hearts after we've been sidetracked by sin.

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