News: Anthony Moore to speak at CBMW conference
Matt Damico – April 7, 2016
The Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood has added Anthony Moore to its lineup of speakers at next week’s national conference in Louisville, Kentucky.
The title of Moore’s talk will be “Sidewalk Chalk and Spray Cans: Painting the Gospel Through Our Life Together,” and he’ll be speaking on Tuesday morning of the conference.
Moore is pastor of the Village Church campus in Fort Worth, Texas. He has written for the Front Porch, which hosts conversations and articles “about biblical faithfulness in African-American churches and beyond.” Moore received a doctorate in systematic theology from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
“Anthony Moore represents the best of a growing number of young pastor-theologians in our country today,” said Jason Duesing, editor of the Journal of Biblical Manhood and Womanhood and Vice President and Provost of Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. “I am thrilled that he will be speaking at the CBMW pre-conference, as he is a phenomenal communicator with deep conviction.”
“Anthony Moore is a humble servant leader and an anointed preacher. We are thrilled he will be teaching at the Pre-Conference,” said CBMW Executive Director Grant Castleberry.
Owen Strachan remarked further, “I’m thrilled to have a gifted brother like Anthony speak for us. We’re grateful for his ministry, and we appreciate his work at The Village Church, a leading baptist church and a vital part of Acts 29. We’re so thankful for our friends in Acts 29.”
Moore is married to Natasha, and they’re the parents of Marcus, Titus, and Malachi.
Matt Carter, pastor of the Austin Stone, and Darrin Patrick, pastor of The Journey, will no longer be speaking at the conference due to health concerns.
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