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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.


Fear of Death  

Since Adam, one fear has overshadowed the rest. And due to the fear of death we have lost the ability to really live. Bible Teacher Ron Moore opens the Bible to find hope beyond the grave and the way to pass from the fear of death to a life of confidence.

Fear of Failure  

Failure is something we will all experience at some point in our lives. And while it's possible to learn from our failures, fear of it can lead us to rash actions or no action at all. Ron Moore takes us to a couple of moments in King Saul's life where he learned these hard lessons. And by looking at the example of Saul's son Jonathan, we'll learn the proper way to address our fear of failure.

Fear of Uncertainty  

It's hard enough to deal with our fears when we know what they are, but what about when uncertainty itself is the source of our fear? Ron Moore takes us to Psalm 33 to show us three ways to address the fear of uncertainty. We'll learn to counter our fears of the unknown with deeper knowledge of God and His work in our lives and the world.

Fear of Insignificance  

No healthy plant will grow in the shade. And just like plants, if we're living in the shadow of others, we're not experiencing life the way it was meant to be lived. Ron Moore takes us to the Bible to examine the tragic story of one man who couldn't escape the shadows of insignificance. We'll learn how we can find our worth in our Heavenly Father.

Fear of Surrender  

"If you want a job done right, you gotta do it yourself." That's a motto we're all familiar with, and while it might apply to certain everyday tasks, it doesn't apply to living a life. As Ron Moore explains, God has a plan for our lives that is better than we could ever devise. So how do we move past this fear of surrendering our lives to His will? God's Word has the answer.

Fear of Inadequacy  

Whether you've been unexpectedly promoted, found out that you'll be raising your kids on your own now, or asked to serve outside your comfort zone, often our first response is, "you've got the wrong person." Ron Moore zeroes in on the fear of inadequacy that has paralyzed many of God's children. Find comfort in the fact that it's God who's calling and Him who provides everything we need for any situation.

Fearing God, Part 2  

The first step to moving past our deep-seated fears is to cultivate a healthy fear of God. But who is God? It's a simple question without an easy answer. But as Ron Moore continues our study of the attributes of God as revealed in the Bible, we'll come to understand on a more personal level why He alone is worthy of our love and reverence. And we'll find the key to driving out the other fears lurking in our hearts.

Fearing God, Part 1  

Amidst all the fears that hold us back or lead us astray, there is one fear we need to hold on to. As Bible Teacher Ron Moore explains, cultivating a healthy fear of God is the first step to moving past our other fears. Find out what the fear of God looks like in a believer's life, and see the characteristics of God that prove He is capable of handling our fears.

What Are You Afraid of?  

Deep in every heart can be heard those old familiar whispers telling us that we're not good enough, that we don't measure up, that it's unwise to trust someone else. Whatever fears hide in your heart, there is a way to move past them. Join Ron Moore as he begins a series looking at God's answers to our fears.


Studying the names of God found in Scripture can provide profound insight into an aspect of God we might otherwise miss. Ron Moore takes a look at one of these names, Jehovah-Rapha, and helps us to see God as healer and restorer. Be encouraged and inspired as you get to know the God who makes all things new.

Thanksgiving: A Response of the Heart  

Ron Moore examines several characteristics of thanksgiving as described in Psalm 33. As we consider the thankful life described in the Bible, we'll discuss various ways to restore a spirit of thanksgiving in our own lives today. And we'll see the kind of impact a thankful life can have.

Hope Rising: Habakkuk 3  

Sometimes God wants us to revisit the past. When things in the present seem hopeless and the future looks worse, that which is behind us can lift us from defeat to peace and trust. Ron Moore concludes our look at Habakkuk with a refreshing reminder of who God is and why we can trust Him even in our darkest days.

Hope Rising: Habakkuk 2  

There are times when God doesn't seem to hear our prayers. But then there are times when God's answers only raise more questions. Ron Moore continues our look at the Book of Habakkuk and considers how to respond when God's answers to our prayers aren't quite what we expected. We'll also be warned of the dangers of trying to direct our lives on our own, rather than according to His will.

Hope Rising: Habakkuk 1  

The Book of Habakkuk was written at a time when God seemed absent. Habakkuk's cry of "Where are you God?" is one that is familiar to many of us today. Ron Moore begins a brief study of this small book that asks big questions. By looking at Habakkuk's questions, and God's answers, we'll find assurance that God is still with us even when it doesn't seem that way.

The Lord Is My Shepherd, Part 2  

A sheep's life is a mobile life. And only by following our Shepherd can we have any assurance of safety and provision. Ron Moore concludes our look at Psalm 23 and reminds of the ways God protects and provides for us. We'll see how He keeps us from the hidden dangers of life and how He picks us up even when we fall.

The Lord Is My Shepherd, Part 1  

Few passages are more recognizable than the 23rd Psalm. The metaphor of sheep and shepherd written thousands of years ago is one that still resonates today. Bible Teacher Ron Moore begins a two-part look at this beloved psalm with a "sheep's-eye" view of our Shepherd, God. We'll learn what it is that God provides for us and marvel at the extraordinary love He demonstrates every step of the way.

Giving God a Standing "O"  

"Shout for joy to God, all the earth!" Ron Moore continues his study of several favorites from the Psalms with a look at the unapologetically joyful Psalm 66. As we read the psalmist's joyous words, we'll be challenged to remember the way's God has provided for us. We'll also learn four key ingredients to living a life of thanksgiving.

Living Together in Unity  

Good songs have a way of bringing people together--a few moments of unity amongst people of different races and backgrounds. Ron Moore begins a study of some memorable psalms from the Bible with a look at Psalm 133. Through this familiar song, we'll consider ways unity can be fostered and destroyed in our communities today.

Heaven, Part 2  

There's something deeply satisfying about a good ending! Bible Teacher Ron Moore concludes our study of Revelation with some final thoughts. As we consider our eternal home in heaven, we'll consider the questions, "What will God be doing?" and "What will we be doing?"

Heaven, Part 1  

Heaven is a popular topic in our culture but we know so little of its truth and believe so much that is false. Join Bible Teacher Ron Moore for a tour of the New Heaven as described in Revelation. As we marvel at the brilliance of our eternal home we'll learn what we can expect to find there, and several things that won't be found.

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