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.


Hosea is a fascinating story about a prophet who literally embodied what Israel's unfaithfulness to God was like. In marrying Gomer, who would become a harlot, and in buying her back, the message is this is what our sin looks like to God and this is what God is willing to do for sinners. It's a powerful message that is foreshowing the Gospel of Christ.

By |2019-12-05T06:27:36-06:00December 1st, 2019|Hosea, One Book|

The Garage

Considering the church is God's household (Eph. 2:19), in the book of Ephesians we might compare Eph. 6 to "The Garage." It's a place to get prepared or geared up to go into the world to face the enemy. Eph. 6:10-24 is like an intelligence briefing for successfully engaging in this conflict.

By |2019-12-02T12:42:02-06:00December 1st, 2019|Ephesians, My Place in God's House|


Daniel is a book about dreams and prophecies. But at the heart of the story we find how God’s people must always stand up and stand out for what they believe no matter the circumstances. This lesson focuses on the events of chapter three and the three young men who stayed cool under fire.

By |2019-11-28T06:11:31-06:00November 24th, 2019|Daniel, One Book|

The Bedroom

In Ephesians chapter five Paul takes us inside of the bedroom in God’s house. Of course there are lessons to learn about marriage here, but the deeper message is about the relationship between Christ and the church. This lesson explores this beautiful relationship.

By |2019-11-28T06:08:17-06:00November 24th, 2019|My Place in God's House|

The Kitchen

In our tour of God’s house from the book of Ephesians we come to the kitchen. If you are a part of a family you know disagreements happen. The best place to settle disagreements is around the kitchen table. Ephesians chapter four is Paul’s appeal for unity. You might call it Paul’s recipe for unity.

By |2019-11-21T07:52:46-06:00November 17th, 2019|Ephesians, My Place in God's House|


Ezekiel was a priest and prophet taken away into Babylonian captivity. After witnessing a great vision of God's presence removed from the temple, Ezekiel brings the prophecy of God's destruction of Jerusalem and the temple. Yet, even with this destruction and despair, there is still hope that is envisioned in the valley of dry bones where God brings Israel's hopes back to life.

By |2019-11-12T12:42:17-06:00November 10th, 2019|Ezekiel, One Book|

The Trophy Room

The six chapters in Ephesians can be compared to rooms in God's house, the church. In Ephesians 3, we compare this to a "trophy room" where something prized or valuable is displayed. In Ephesians, that's the church. We are reminded in this lesson that the church is God's plan to reach the world, amaze the angels and bring glory to God.

By |2019-11-12T12:38:13-06:00November 10th, 2019|Ephesians, My Place in God's House|


Lamentations is a short book of five poems arranged around the 22 letters of the Hebrew alphabet. We might say Jeremiah, the weeping prophet, laments the destruction of Jerusalem from A to Z. In these five poems, we learn some things about God and some things about ourselves.

By |2019-11-01T17:16:53-05:00October 27th, 2019|Lamentations, One Book|

The Family Room

In the second chapter of Ephesians, we enter the family room. Imagine sitting around a room with family and remembering the past like we often do in family gatherings. For God's family, we need to remember what sin did to us and then remember what great things God has done for us.

By |2019-11-01T17:16:18-05:00October 27th, 2019|Ephesians, My Place in God's House|


In our One Book series we examine the book of Jeremiah. After giving a brief outline and overview, we take a look at the life of Jeremiah as a prophet and we learn we have a lot in common with him.

By |2019-11-01T17:15:37-05:00October 20th, 2019|Jeremiah, One Book|