Jason Moon

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About Jason Moon

Jason Moon is the pulpit preacher at Waterview and loves preaching the Word of God when the church meets together. His favorite kind of preaching is “open Bible” preaching straight from Scripture as he applies the ancient truth to modern, 21st century living. Very often he will lead the congregation in a study of an entire book of the Bible over the course of several weeks or months.


After a brief overview and explanation that Isaiah is the gospel in miniature form, we focus on the encounter that Isaiah has with God in Isaiah 6:1-9. This encounter changed him and it should change us!

By |2019-10-08T12:47:33-05:00October 6th, 2019|Isaiah, One Book|

Song of Solomon

As we continue our "One Book" series, Song of Solomon present a story about a man and woman who are in love. While the content of this book is sometimes difficult to study in mixed company, ultimately, it is the story of the meeting, marriage and struggle involved in the marriage relationship. From this story, we learn three key things that keep our marriages healthy.

By |2019-10-03T19:30:25-05:00September 22nd, 2019|One Book, Song of Solomon|

The Christians Impact on the World – Part 2

The call of Christianity is to live a life set apart from the world. And when Christians do this it really does make a difference. This was apparently something that was out of order on the island of Crete when Paul wrote to Titus. In Titus 3:1-8, Paul gives Titus reminders about the need to truly make an impact on their world.

By |2019-10-03T19:27:04-05:00September 22nd, 2019|Sermons, Titus|


"What's the meaning of life?" Not long after man inhabited this globe humans began to ask that question. The book of Ecclesiastes expected that question and gives us answers. In this lesson we examine how life must never be lived "apart from God" and we look at three practical ways to deal with the frustrations that are common to life (key passages: Ecc. 3:1-15, Ecc. 12:13-14)

By |2019-10-03T19:19:35-05:00September 15th, 2019|Ecclesiastes, One Book|

Why We Commune

The part of worship we called "communion" or "the Lord's Supper" is very unique to Christian worship. In our last lesson in our "Why We" series we give the biblical justification for continuing this ancient practice. This "sermon" is unique in that we intertwine preaching, singing, praying and communion throughout the majority of the service.

By |2019-09-05T19:02:53-05:00September 1st, 2019|Why We Series|


The book of Proverbs is a book of wisdom (see Prov. 1:1-7). Often said to be associated with other "wisdom literature" like the books of Ecclesiastes and Job, it offers us practical and heavenly insight into how life can be lived more in tune with God than the world. In this lesson, we examine the structure (parts) of the book and then focus on the parable of the lazy vineyard owner in Prov. 24:30-36.

By |2019-08-29T19:00:02-05:00August 25th, 2019|One Book, Proverbs|

Why We Give

Most churches on the Christian spectrum believe in Giving, at least in theory. Where we struggle, however, is in the practice of giving. In this lesson, we answer the question some ask about why we give, but we do so by establishing a fundamental, theological truth that allows us to give the way God wants Christians to give.

By |2019-08-29T18:58:20-05:00August 25th, 2019|1 Corinthians, 2 Corinthians, Why We Series|

Why We Preach

It is clear that God deems preaching important. In Rom. 10:14, scripture states that preaching is needed for people to hear and believe the word. In this lesson, we examine the first sermon ever preached in the setting of the new church God would establish on the day of Pentecost after Jesus' death, burial and resurrection. An examination of this sermon in Acts 2 helps us understand "Why We Preach."

By |2019-08-22T19:22:37-05:00August 18th, 2019|Acts, Romans, Why We Series|