Levi Moore has hosted 20 episodes.
My name is Levi Moore, and I’m a husband, preacher, former teacher, musician, occasional gamer, wannabe programmer, Linux advocate, and a child of the One True King.
I’ve been happily married to my wife since 2011. I accepted the call to preach God’s word in 2014, and I’ve been a student pastor at a Southern Baptist church in southeast Georgia since then. I graduated in May 2018 with a BA in Christian Studies (Magna cum Laude) from Truett-McConnell University, and I have since moved on to my Master of Arts in Theology (MATh) at the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (SWBTS). Upon completion of my Masters, I intend to pursue a Ph.D. in Systematic Theology at SWBTS.
Before God moved me into ministry, I was on track to become a Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD). Following pharmacy school, I required a “tent-making” opportunity similar to the Apostle Paul, so I used my knowledge of science to teach high school sciences (Physical Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and Computer Science) at a small Christian school from 2014-2018. This year, God moved me yet again. I'm now an Assistant Store Manager at one of the largest retailers in the world (I'll leave you guessing).
I love listening to and playing music! I play these musical instruments with some degree of proficiency: trombone, bass guitar, piano, hammered dulcimer, acoustic guitar, baritone ukulele, and voice (baritone/bass).
Lastly, but not least by any stretch, I am a child of my One True King: God. I am a Christian. I seek to follow after Jesus Christ daily as I deny myself and bear His cross. I hope the contents of this podcast will be an inspiration to you as I grow in my faith and drive you to seek after God all the more.
Aaron Moore has hosted 17 episodes.
My name is Aaron Moore, and I have been married to my wife Ashley since 2014. We live in one of the most sparsely populated counties in the state of Georgia, tucked away in the rolling hills and snow white cotton fields in the southwestern part of the state. Growing up on the southeast side of the state in the swamp on the banks of the Altamaha River I never imagined I would be doing what I do now, but God had a plan.
Growing up my family always was active in the church, and at the ripe young age of seven my twin brother (your other co-host) and I got saved and were baptized. We remained in church and every time the door was open we were there. Some years later in my teenage years, I began to live for the world and was in open rebellion against God. I was rebelling at school, against my family, and, worst of all, against the one true God. To this very day, I thank God every day for the one glorious night while I was alone in the backwoods of South Georgia and God met with me. I would almost equate it to the night when God met Jacob in Genesis 32 and they fought beside the stream at Jabbok. The difference between Jacob and me is the fact that God wasted no time breaking me, and at daybreak I knew that I had met with God.
To anyone who listens to our podcast or visits this page, I am here to testify to you and the world that you have been bought and paid for by the blood of Jesus Christ. You were on his mind as he was mercilessly beaten and scourged. He was thinking of you when the hammer pounded the nail through his wrist. Jesus Christ was born and lived a perfect life to be a perfect sacrifice and to stand in your place for your sins. The wrath of the eternally holy and righteous God of the ages was poured out upon him even though it was you and me that deserved it all. Friends, you have a Redeemer, a Savior, a friend, and an advocate who died on the cross for your sins and rose on the third day sitting at the right hand of God. Jesus gave it all for you.
My first calling and occupation is trying my best to be a disciple of Jesus Christ. When I am not doing that I spend my time as research professional with the University of Georgia Plant Pathology department studying pathogens on vegetable crops and testing cultural and chemical control methods on said vegetable crops. After I get through doing those things, I go home to my farm where I grow several hundred acres of cotton and peanuts. I love to farm. I really love my wife. But I only live for Jesus.