After serving decades behind the desk in administrative roles and leading ministries, Dr. Moore currently travels the East Coast, along with his wife, representing both FBMI and Hyles-Anderson College.
We thank the Lord for blessing FBMI missionaries and supporting pastors through Dr. Moore and his leadership with FBMI for over twelve years.
We invite you to contact him.
He would love to be with you to answer questions and to serve you as the Lord would allow.
"I'll be honest with you," Darrell Moore, a former Greene County prosecuting attorney, said on Wednesday.
Moore at first doubted Sells' confession.
"It appeared to me he was wanting to confess to these other things to be transported around the country and run a risk for escape," said Moore, "so we were very skeptical about the confession."
"I became convinced he had to know because there were three or four things that were not on any report," said Moore.
Along with the family, Moore made the difficult decision not to bring Sells back to Missouri for trial.
That means, despite the grand jury indictment, Sells was not officially charged in Greene County.
The convicted child murderer, Moore reasoned, was already on death row in Texas and there was no guarantee he would get the death penalty here.
"Does it bring closure to me?
No, it doesn't bring Stephanie back.
I don't know if it brings closure to the family.
It doesn't bring their daughter back," said Moore.
Dr. Darrell Moore
University of Maine; Hyles-Anderson College, B.S., M.Ed., D.D.; Twenty-three years of teaching experience; Bus captain for eighteen years; Bus division leader for twenty-two years; Assistant to the B, C, and D bus director for twenty years; Director of the Inner City Chapel Ministry for five years; Assistant pastor at the First Baptist Church of Hammond.
Dr. Moore is a man with a heart for people.
He has a heart for students and for their training.
He leads in organizing the opportunity for seniors studying to be pastors and assistant pastors to work firsthand with the pastoral staff at First Baptist Church in hospital visitation; the jail ministry; the development and printing of church materials; buying, remodeling, and starting chapels; and a wide variety of other experiences.
Dr. Moore has a heart for foreign missions.
He serves as the missions pastor at First Baptist Church.He has visited mission fields and had close contact with many missionaries over the years.
Dr. Moore has a heart for the lost.
He worked for many years in the bus ministry, winning the lost and bringing them to church.
He has led the chapel ministry in starting chapels in various neighborhoods in Chicago and reaching families in those areas for Christ.