Jason Moon

|Jason Moon

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.

Our Hope in the Living God

Hope is a word we use every day. But hope takes on new meaning when we examine it in Scripture. Jeremiah 29:11 contains a message of hope from God, but it must be understood in the proper context. But what does that hope mean today for us? Today, the most powerful symbol of hope is the "empty tomb." In this lesson we explore the results of the empty tomb and how it gives hope for those who believe today.

By | 2018-04-02T19:52:40+00:00 April 1st, 2018|Jeremiah, Sermons|

Where’s Your Trust?

In Luke 12 Jesus offers a series of warnings, but in two segments of this chapter there is a great contrast. The story of the Rich Man who trusted in himself and his money (16-21) is contrasted with Jesus' lesson about not being anxious and seeking him first (22-34). Anytime our trust is not in God, we are in danger in trusting in the wrong things.

By | 2018-04-02T19:48:55+00:00 March 25th, 2018|His Word, Luke|

A Man Like Nehemiah

The Old Testament is filled with stories we need to know. Nehemiah was one of God's great leaders who inspired others to join in the rebuilding of the walls and gates of Jerusalem around the year 444 B.C. This lesson considers how Nehemiah demonstrates what it took to mentor and mobilize this amazing effort.

By | 2018-03-22T19:19:08+00:00 March 18th, 2018|Nehemiah, Sermons|

A Worthy Person

Luke 7:1-10 is an unusual account of a different kind of man. Most people don't see themselves the way others see them. Most of us think we are more deserving and worthy than we really are. But the centurion in this story saw himself as unworthy when everyone who knew him thought he was worthy. This lesson explains why that was true.

By | 2018-03-22T19:17:45+00:00 March 18th, 2018|His Word, Luke|

The Invitation of Jesus

An invitation is generally received with the request to RSVP. Those letters come from a French expression which simply means "please respond." We usually end our lessons with an RSVP. In this lesson we look at the biblical background of the invitation Jesus offers to us in Matthew 11:25-30. We also discuss methods of responding to Jesus that are unique to Waterview.

By | 2018-03-14T06:21:25+00:00 March 11th, 2018|Matthew, Sermons|

A Heart Pleasing to God

The Bible says Christ came from the "root of Jesse." Since Jesse was David's father that means Jesus and David both came from good roots. When God chose David to be Saul's replacement as the next king, God already liked what he saw in the young, shepherd's heart. David became the product of his home. Today, this will be true of our children. This lesson seeks to challenge our hearts to understand our children will grow up from our roots. Subscribe in iTunes Subscribe on YouTube

By | 2018-03-06T21:30:37+00:00 March 4th, 2018|Sermons|