Moore resides in the Beaverdale Community in Dalton, Ga., with his wife of 23 years, Michelle, and their four children, Mikey, Allona, Cilicia and Sirah.
He spent many days of his childhood fishing up and down the Conasauga and Cohulla creeks in Cohutta, Ga.
1986 was a transforming year for him as he graduated from Northwest Whitfield High School and in August of that year received Jesus Christ as his personal Saviour.
He was hired by the U.S. Postal Service in 1989 and transferred to the Cleveland Post Office in 1995.
In March of 2003, Moore surrendered to the call to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ. He was ordained to preach at Lakeside Baptist Church, where he had served as a Sunday school teacher and deacon.
Dry Creek Baptist in LaFayette, Ga., became his first pastorate in July of 2005, where he remained for two years. During the span of five years, while pastoring and evangelizing, he gained discipline in study through attending the Dalton Pike Baptist Gospel School of the Bible and completed his doctrine in theology.
The past five years, God has used him in the capacity of assisting other pastors.
“We are excited to be a part of what God is doing at Cloverleaf Baptist and would like to invite everyone to come and experience a loving Saviour and a loving church family,” said Moore.
“I have many acquaintances through my employment in the Cleveland community and look forward to sharing with many others more about my personal Savior, Jesus Christ.”
A welcome reception is planned for the Moores on Sunday at 5 p.m. in the church’s fellowship hall at 2290 Waterlevel Highway.
Everyone is invited to come by and meet the Moore family.