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Evangelist Norman Moore became a Christian and was called to preach as a boy of eleven in Pueblo, Colorado. He received his ministerial training at Pasadena College, now Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego, and the California Graduate School of Theology in Glendale, California.
He served three years as youth pastor and seven years as senior pastor in southern California. Norman was ordained in 1973.

In 1979 he organized Norman Moore Ministries, Inc., a non-profit evangelistic association. He is a Tenured Evangelist in the Church of the Nazarene. His ministry is provided in local church revivals, multiple-church area-wide crusades, camp meetings, universities, retreats, missions, and through radio and television.
His objectives in ministry are to win the lost to Jesus Christ, assist the Christian in sanctified discipleship, lead the Church in genuine revival and encourage the pastor and spouse in their ministries. Norman resides with his wife, Vickie, in southern California. They have a married daughter, Nickie. (Download)










Norman Moore was born in Denver, Colorado on April 5, 1948; but from age two through 18 he lived in Pueblo (about 120 miles south of Denver).
His mom and dad never attended church; but when he was 11 he was invited by a caring layman, Lyle Leach, to ride the bus to Sunday School. Norman was attracted by the idea of playing his favorite position, (first base) on the church softball team.
He still clearly recalls a hot Sunday night in 1959, as an 11-year-old boy, after Pastor Harlan Heap’s sermon, during the second verse of Softly and Tenderly when he stepped into the center aisle of the Westside Church of the Nazarene and knelt at the altar. Confessing and repenting of his sins and receiving Jesus Christ as his Savior, Norman stood to his feet with teary eyes and a toothy grin, knowing that he was saved!

Subsequently that same year he was sanctified and surrendered to God’s unmistakable call to preach. “So I set my face in the direction of becoming a preacher and I never looked back for a second!”, Norman firmly recounts. He preached his first sermon at age thirteen.
He speaks with strong appreciation for those who had a spiritual influence in his young life: Pastors, Harlan Heap, Tom Hermon, Albert Neuschwanger and Harold Maish. Norman still remembers each Sunday School teacher: Bessie Gossett, Wanda Eastman, Kenneth Coffee, Wayne Naumann, Ray McKim, Theona Keller and Maxine Dobbins. Added to these were the youth and music ministers: Lewis Thompson, Carlton Wood, and Paul Jackson. Each one made a contribution to Norman’s growing spiritual life.

Although he never was an outstanding athlete Norman enjoyed basketball, baseball and football. He was a member of the band in Junior High and Senior High school, focusing on brass instruments: coronet, sousaphone, baritone and French horn; and sang baritone in the High School Choir. He was just an average student from common roots.
His meaningful peer group was the teenagers at Pueblo First Church of the Nazarene. It was the center of his social life and discretionary time. He always sat on the front or second row in church and remembers attending revivals, hearing evangelists, I. C. Mathis, Ivan Sisk, Bert Daniels, Nettie Miller, Bob Taylor and Paul Martin!
In his High School years he enjoyed serving as President of Nazarene Young People’s Society and the local Youth Temperance Council. His political interests were growing, leading to his membership in Pueblo’s Young Republicans.
Norman gets a real big smile when you get him to talk about his first car, at age 16: a “’57 Chevy Bel Air (4-door), with a 283 and 3 on-the-floor”!
He graduated from East High in May of 1966 and got a summer job at the local steel mill on the rail road. Then in early September he boarded a Greyhound bus and headed for California where he began his Freshman year at Pasadena College.....(read more and download)



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Evangelist Norman Moore became a Christian and was called to preach as a boy of eleven in Pueblo, Colorado. He received his ministerial training at Pasadena College, now Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego, and the California Graduate School of Theology in Glendale, California. He served three years as youth pastor and seven years as senior pastor in southern California. Norman was ordained in 1973. In 1979 he organized Norman Moore Ministries, Inc., a non-profit evangelistic association. He is a Tenured Evangelist in the Church of the Nazarene. His ministry is provided in local church revivals, multiple-church area-wide crusades, camp meetings, universities, retreats, missions, and through radio and television. His objectives in ministry are to win the lost to Jesus Christ, assist the Christian in sanctified discipleship, lead the Church in genuine revival and encourage the pastor and spouse in their ministries. Norman resides with his wife, Vickie, in southern California. They have a married daughter, Nickie. (Download)





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