Being Teachable

One of the most difficult things is life is to remain teachable. Whenever I come across people with more life-experienced than I have, I try to listen and learn.  You know there are two ways to learn things in life – the easy way and the hard ... Aug 31st, 2016 • 1 Comment



Failure, Forgiveness and Your Future On SoundCloud!

Have you ever failed at something important to you? Have you ever felt like a failure? Fact is, we all fail from time to time but there is a huge difference between failing and being a failure. Those who claim to have never failed are either hopelessly delusional or playing it so safe ... Jan 4th, 2016 • No Comments



Love For A Life Time

Whether you are dating, thinking about dating or you’ve been married for 30 years - this series will transform and upgrade your relationship. "I thought my marriage was over. Then a friend gave me a copy of "Love for a Lifetime". It was ... Jan 1st, 2016 • 9 Comments


Think Positive

The 50/20 Principle

I couldn't believe my eyes Monday morning when I went to MooreOnLife.com and saw the warning that the site had been compromised. Come to find out, the hackers ran some kind of password program that ultimately gave them access. With that, they deleted all kinds of material and programs leaving the site worthless. ... Apr 6th, 2010 • 7 Comments


History's Defining Moment

History’s Defining Moment

The resurrection of Jesus was history's most defining moment. While there have been many significant moments, moments that changed the course of a nation's fate, or even defined the next 100 years - nothing rivals the resurrection. Now some will argue that the resurrection isn't all that important. However, the ... Apr 5th, 2010 • 2 Comments


Family Affirmation

Family Affirmation

One of the most important things we can do is to affirm one another. Romans 12:10 says; "Love each other with genuine affection, and take delight in honoring each other." There is no institution on earth that should embrace this verse more than the family. Apr 3rd, 2010 • No Comments