“There’s a lot of work to be done and cannot compromise the word of God” Popularly known for her unique style which allows her to bring scriptures alive, the guest speaker thrilled the audience with another classic approach in delivering her message.
The gifted and anointed bishop once again allowed the congregation to travel beyond their wildest imaginations in an extraordinary sermon where they acted the Israelites “exodusing” from Egypt to the promise land. “we are like Moses, leading God’s flock out of Egypt to the promise land. If God has the need.
For you can’t hide. There’s a lot of work to be done and we cannot compromise the word of God. Her words were like a sharp spear thrust into the audience. The Bishop was on a mission for God and she had to do anything to complete her purpose. After 45 minutes of a vibrant sermon, she set the ball rolling for the attendees to have an in depth soul searching about their calling.
Bishop Barbara C. Moore is a member of the board of trustees for The Rock Hospital, |Ghana. She served on the board of Directors of the Hampton University’s Ministers conference. She is also a member of Delta Sigma Thera Sorority, Inc., National Afterschool Alliance, Maryland School-Age childcare Association and the National Association for the Education of young children.
Bishop Moore received her call to serve on as an Apostle in 2003. In February 2008, Archbishop Duncan Williams of Action Chapel, Accra, Ghana (West Africa) laid his hands on her to bless her for her next elevation.
Two months later, April 2008, Bishop Moore was consecrated and installed in the sacred office of presiding Bishop of the Covenant fellowship of God’s Amazing Grace Ministries International by Apostle/Bishop Stephen E. Parson, Sr. presiding prelate of perfected in the Word Ministry.
The Guest speaker was happy to be back in Ghana again. She was accompanied by her sister, who had dreams of visiting Ghana since 1990 and a good friend Apostle Bessie. A sermon from the Bishop will always be a moment to stain the memories of the audience.
“Love is not touchy or fretful or resentful; it takes no account of the evil done to it pays no attention to a suffered wrong” ( 1 corinthians 13:5)