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Pastor Anthony E. Moore

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The chaplain for Timothy Partners, Ltd., Pastor Anthony E. Moore  is a native of Baltimore, Maryland and his lovely wife, First Lady, Cynthia A. Moore a native of Dallas, Texas. Pastor Moore has served Carolina Missionary Baptist Church since 1987 and has been proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ for over thirty years. His latest book is “One Moore Minute" a devotional series. No matter your age, the color of your skin, your circumstance, your economic plight in life, it’s a fact, that through the love of Jesus Christ – you can do all things.

Author Posts

7 Nov 2019
Nike is not something that you wear on your body but rather “Nike” is something that you possess in your heart. 

Nike is not something that you wear on your body but rather “Nike” is something that you possess in your heart.

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15 Oct 2018
Clock sitting on desk reminding us that we need to be patient.

King David is the writer of this Psalm, which was literally designed to be sung in the context of “public worship”. Those who would sing this song in public worship knew that this song was birthed out of a difficult experience for David – for the writer of this Psalm knew trouble. The writer of this Psalm knew great trails and great tribulation. But his response to what he has gone through is, “I waited patiently for the Lord”.

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21 Jun 2018
A Study on Daniel through the words of Pastor Anthony E. Moore.

It is interesting to find out what was the cause of Daniel’s success. Daniel was successful in every administration he served in. I’m not sure if you have ever given any thought to this, but Daniel served all different kinds of bosses – all different types of kings – from Nebuchadnezzar to Belshazzar, to Darius – all the way to Cyrus. With every one of these leaders, Daniel always seemed to move to the top of the organization. This was also Joseph’s case in the Book of Genesis – around Chapter 37. When you examine the life of Joseph you’ll discover that regardless of where you put him, he always ended up on top. You could put him in Potiphar’s house as a slave – and he ended up on top! You can put him in prison – he ended up on top. There is something about persons like Joseph, Daniel, Esther, and Deborah (men and women) it doesn’t matter where they end up – where you put them – who’s the king – who’s the leader – they always end up on top!!

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