Listen to Sermons

Ron Buch

Ron has a warm and welcoming personality.  He enjoys meeting people from all walks of life and at every phase in their spiritual journey.  His desire is to help everyone move closer to God and to be in a healthy relationship with God.  He loves helping those seeking to know God and understand the Bible in their search.  But he also loves helping Christians develop and mature in their faith and service to God.

Ron has a passion for preaching and outreach.  He strives to deliver lessons to diverse audiences in such a way that both those new to Bible study and seasoned students of scripture will be invigorated, inspired, and leave worship with a deepened appreciation of the Word.  Ron's goal in his preaching is that those who hear his sermons will find the principles of Scripture presented respectfully with application for every day life.  Ron has served in ministry for over 15 years after earning a M.A. from Freed-Hardeman University.

Besides ministry, he loves spending time with his wife and three kids.  His personal favorite activities include taking walks with his family, watching college football as well as the Dallas Cowboys, Chicago Bears, and Seattle Seahawks.  He enjoys reading books and listening to music from various genres.  If he were king for a month, he'd backpack in the Cascade mountains of the Northwest, fish, and enjoy numerous outdoor sports.

Latest sermons by this teacher

Return From a Pit Too Deep
Ron Buch
Jeremiah 30:1-31:40
34 mins 12 secs
Views: 13
The Book of Jeremiah is full of passages conveying God's righteous judgement for Judah's sin. This included the message of Judah being carried away to exile in Babylon. However, within this great book, God also provides His message of restoration and hope. "The Book of Consolation" are two such chapters within Jeremiah. This hope extends to modern audiences; a return to solid relationship with God is open to all who will come.
Return From a Pit Too Deep
Ron Buch
Jeremiah 30:1-31:40
34 mins 12 secs
Views: 8
The Book of Jeremiah is full of passages conveying God's righteous judgement for Judah's sin. This included the message of Judah being carried away to exile in Babylon. However, within this great book, God also provides His message of restoration and hope. "The Book of Consolation" are two such chapters within Jeremiah. This hope extends to modern audiences; a return to solid relationship with God is open to all who will come.
The Other Side of 70
Ron Buch
Jeremiah 25:1-14 & Jeremiah 29:1-14
32 mins 24 secs
Views: 10
God's discipline can be stiff, but it is loving. As God's people, Judah received that discipline, but the end result would be a pure and sincere people. The church today as God's people may face discipline. God had plans for Judah and He has plans for His church.
When Prophets Are Down
Ron Buch
Jeremiah 12:1-17
31 mins 34 secs
Views: 10
Sometimes we think of the prophets of God as men of steel. We see heroic individuals who stand up no matter what for Godly living. Jeremiah never deviated from the truth, but he did struggle with the response and rejection from his original audiences. He faced fierce persecution for the messages he delivered. We may feel despair as we encounter challenges as modern Christians. We can take courage from Jeremiah's story as he turned to God.
Seeing the Seed, Lesson 3: God's Promises to Abraham
As we leave the Garden of Eden we walk the pages of Genesis and find a 75 year old man, Abram. God makes several promises to Abram which form the basis and structure for much of the Old Testament. But something greater still is found in these promises. Something that can change our lives.
God Confronts a Nation
God summons Judah to be held accountable for her sins of spiritual prostitution. Yet even in this moment of confronting national sin is a message of hope. The church today is God's people. Are we in danger of falling into the same temptations? If this is the case, how can modern Christians avoid these temptations? Finally, all people can be blessed by God's message of hope.
When God Calls
When God calls, will you go? Jeremiah was hesitant; he even offered an excuse. But when it was time to follow God and accurately prophesy, he did. Can we be as strong as Jeremiah? Are we prepared to share God's word even if we face obstacles?
Powered by: Preachitsuite