Harvest Times, Volume 42 Number 5 Sept / Oct 2020
Live-Streaming and Video Messages Continue
During June, July and August
the Sunday preaching ministry has been given in three forms:
11 video messages, 9 live-in person
and 11 live-streamed-on-line. We
are thankful for these doors that
the Lord has opened during these
weeks of adapting and adjusting.
Norman Moore Ministries Assists
Southern California Pastors
“Dr. Norman Moore is a friend to theDr. Tom Taylor,
kingdom and the local churches. With
the pause in his own Evangelistic
Service Intinerary due to the
pandemic, he asked what he could do
to encourage pastors. He responded
with a weekly “bread and Bible”
circuit to bless several congregations
and compassionate ministries.
Traveling at times, over one hundred
miles from his home, he inspired
pastors with his support and helped
network some into helping other
pastors, in a time when it is easy to
focus on one’s woes. Thank You, Dr.
Southern California District
North and South West Virginia Districts
Benefit from Video Camp Meeting
“We are so grateful to God for the preaching ministryRev. Bret Layton,
of Dr. Norman Moore during our 2020 Online Covid
Campmeeting. Each sermon was timely, impacting and
anointed; and touched so many.”
“So many of our people were lifted, encouraged and
even challenged and convicted by how he is so capable
of speaking biblical truth in love. Dr. Moore’s preaching
was “right on target” as he walked us through our very
first Campmeeting where we did not meet in person.
We are so appreciative of both his tender heart and keen
mind. He really helped us.”
West Virginia South District
Church of the Nazarene
Charleston, West Virginia
Among the adaptive ministries during this Covid-19 period, Norman has had the opportunity to
help the Church in Colton, California, (that is without a pastor), with 9 consecutive Thursdays for
food distribution, giving Bibles and an evening devotional. A beneficial connection was made with
Inland Harvest and Family & Kids, (two food distribution organizations in Riverside), resulting in
large quantities of bread accessible and given to churches in Colton, Hesperia, Wildomar and
Murrieta to pass on to the needy.
Also, there were two Sunday services live, in person and three provided by video messages.
These have been meaningful weeks with noticeable progress!