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The Bumpy Road to a Beautiful Place - #5804
The bumps can make you wonder if you're even on the right road. Which you are, if God led you on it. The long, hard ride can leave you confused and hurting from all the bumps, all focused on yourself. If you're not careful, you'll turn around and leave the road God put you on; the road that ultimately leads to the Promised Land that He wants to give you.


Putting Clean On Over Dirty - #5711
So you are at a crossroads. God brought us together today to tell you that covering up your dirty with a layer of clean isn't going to cut it. It's self-deception, it's living a lie, it's defying God, and it's building up judgment. Don't you think it's time to come clean even if it hurts? It will hurt a whole lot more not to come clean.


Ron Hutchcraft Ministries, Inc. - What Brought Down a Big Plane - #8222 | Radio Program | A Life That Matters
Here’s a strange headline: “Birds bring down plane.” But that’s exactly what happened to US Air Flight 1549 out of New York—the plane that had to ditch in the Hudson River with 155 people aboard. Some geese flew into the plane’s engines, and it started going down. Something relatively small had the power to bring down something that big. That’s true for planes; that’s true for people.


Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - One Little Hole in the Levee - #8112
You got a big wall holding back a big flood breached by just a little hole. That is such a picture of how so many people have ended up where they could have never dreamed, in the wreckage of what might have been a life that matters.


Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - God's Big 'Do Not Touch' Sign - #3918
When there's something really hazardous, there's often a "do not touch" sign on it, put there by people who know how much harm it can do. God has put a sign like that on some things that may not appear harmful on the outside, but which carry deadly spiritual voltage.


Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - The Cost of Compromise - #8085
See, temptation never tells you where the first compromise is going to ultimately take you. Moral explosions and marital explosions and integrity explosions usually start with just a small compromise…


Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Yesterday's Shame - Today's Victory - #4465
Never is that more dramatic when God takes the sinning you've done, or the sinning that was done against you, and makes it into a boomerang to hit the very devil who once used that stuff to bring you down. Now all that ugly becomes something beautiful in Jesus' hands, causing people to listen to you when you talk about Jesus, providing living proof of His power - and maybe even helping you climb a tower for His sake.


Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Your Mirror, Your Friend - #4494
The truth you keep running from never really goes away. Everywhere you go, you take you with you. God loves you too much to let you keep running, denying, and living a lie. So He's put someone in your life to hold up a mirror. Don't reject what the mirror is trying to show you. And don't blame the mirror - it's the message the mirror is trying to give you, not the messenger that's the issue.


Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Slowly - But Surely - Submerged - #4524
You've got to stop that killer strategy with the first look, the first date, the first lie, the first flirtation, the first thoughts of divorce, the first detour from God's Word. This is going to take you where you don't want to go - unless you stop it now. Before today's compromise gives birth to tomorrow's tragedy, run from it.


Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Never Forgetting What it Cost - #4528
Forget the cross, and you start feeling like trash again; forgetting how much Jesus thinks you're worth. Forget the cross, and you'll start settling for junk instead of holding out for the best that He died to give you. And if you forget the cross, you'll probably be ashamed of Him, ashamed to let people know you belong to Him and how they can belong to Him. But when I envision the shame He went through for me ... when I remember that He was not ashamed of me, even when it meant hanging on that cross, then how can I be ashamed of Him?