Ron Dunn

www.rondunn.comThis site is full of incredible resources from one of the greatest Bible teachers of the 20th century, including articles, sermon, exegesis, pages from his Bible, and much more! While you’re there, be sure to pick up a copy of the newly released biography of Ron’s life by Ron Owens. 2ProphetU2ProphetU is an online magazine/website, […]

Why Is God a Stranger in the Land?

by Jack Hester Jeremiah 14:8 God has become a stranger in America! There is no place for Him in the social, domestic, political, and religious life of our land. We can no longer say, “In God We Trust.” When God is a stranger in the land there will be: I. FEW CONVERSIONS1) His presence is […]

from Don't Just Stand There, Pray Something
by Ron Dunn

Only desperate men and women, propelled by a sense of urgency, truly intercede. Battles are not won by the nonchalant. (p. 78)

Unconcern always finds an excuse, deep concern always finds a way. (p. 79)

Maybe God planted you where you are because He knew a friend in his journey would pass your way…this person is your inescapable responsibility. (p. 81)

Intercession is not petition. Intercession is position. It is not something we do—it is something we are. (p. 85)

The preeminent requirement for intercession is the willingness to identify with the one in need, the readiness to take his burden. (p. 88)

Ron Dunn

The Views of Millennials

The views of Millennials, according to the Generation Opportunity Poll America and Opportunity:54% believe America is on the wrong track, only 24 percent believe the United States is headed in the right direction.77% of respondents (18-29) are delaying major life changes due to economic restraints.54% agree they have “more opportunity” than their parents, and 27 […]

Out of Africa

A set of original diary pages by missionary and explorer David Livingstone, recording his experiences in Congo in 1871 during his final African expedition, has been published for the first time. Livingstone scribbled his raw observations–rewritten in the diary he published later–using berry ink on old newspaper. Today the ink is nearly invisible. Researchers coaxed […]

American Singles and Relationships

Dating site teamed up with anthropologist Helen Fisher to survey 6,000 singles about gender, dating, and bedroom politics. 34% of men say they’ve experienced love at first sight.27% of women say the same. 31% of men would commit to a partner they’re not in love with.21% of men would commit to a partner they […]

Volume 13, Issue 11

“The mind grows rich from what it takes in, the heart from what it gives out.” – Anonymous (thoughts by Warren Wiersbe) We should grow in wisdom and knowledge, and that’s why we read, study, meditate and pray. But we also must grow in compassion and concern, and that’s why we sacrifice and share. Peter […]

You’re Not as Crazy as I Think

Dialogue in a World of Loud Voices and Hardened Opinions – Randal Rauser. Biblica Books. What if passion for truth is found not in the loudest voice and most unshakable convictions, but rather if it is found in the resolved to listen to and learn from others? What if that passion is found in a […]

Ron Dunn: His Life and Mission

– Ron Owens. B&H Publishing. Ron Dunn (1936-2001) was an international itinerate Bible teacher whose life still inspires many of today’s most influential pastors. In this new biography, fellow disciple Ron Owens writes to pass along the spirit and passion of this man who, from his mother’s womb, was called to preach. We learn this […]

What’s My Main Job as a Man?

Written by: Bill Elliff Of all the conversations I’ve had with hundreds of men across the years, the number one question is: “What am I suppose to do with my life?” We want to know our PURPOSE. This is one of the reasons I was so fascinated to learn that the primary buyers of Rick […]

A Father’s Blessing

“Rachael Sierra Stewart.” Hearing your name and watching you walk across the stage overwhelmed my heart with a flood of emotions. There was a sense of pride as the evidence of years of hard work had finally paid off. You finished in the top ten percent of your class, and we both know this was […]

Preaching: A Point of Reference (Part 2)

I’ve known preachers who preached on tithing and didn’t tithe. Or they interpreted tithing as 10% after you’ve paid all the bills, taken the kids to Disney, and bought a new car. Their preaching on tithing is watered down and non-confrontational, lest someone challenge them on their interpretation. Early on in my ministry here, I […]

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