In this talk, marking the first Sunday of Advent 2018, Ronnie speaks about hope and invites listeners to share it with others.
Ronnie speaks about the centennial anniversary of the Armistice that ended Word War 1, and the resulting holiday of Veteran's Day. His emphasis is on the possibility for peace in a violent world.
Ronnie profiles one of his greatest influencers, Dr. Clarence Jordan: Theologian, Civil Rights leader, Author of "The Cotton Patch Gospel" and founder of Koinonia Farms.
Speaking from Mark 10, Ronnie talks about service, ambition, and the corruption of power in the conclusion of a two-part talk entitled, "Serve Somebody."
Speaking from Mark 10, Ronnie talks about service, ambition, and the corruption of power in this first of a two-part talk entitled, "Serve Somebody."
With wisdom from the book of Proverbs, Ronnie speaks about the subject of unresolved, unleashed anger and its impact on the world.
The second part in Ronnie's talk exploring the relationship between faith and conscience.
In the first of a two-part talk, Ronnie speaks about the tension between external faith and internal conscience.
In a deeply personal talk, and reflecting upong Psalm 31, Ronnie addresses the epidemic of suicide in the United States.
"Meaningless, meaningless!" is the lament of Ecclesiastes. But in this exploration of King Solomon's wisdom, Ronnie highlights the simplicity of finding satisfaction in good food, good drink, hard work, and love.