Johnny H. Moore is the Senior Pastor of Family Worship Center, a steady growing congregation in Cairo, Georgia. He is also known as a motivator, encourager and equipper of pastors and leaders. He is the founder of AimHi Incorporated, a leadership development company, Ruralpastor.com, a company that develops resources and materials for Rural Pastors and Churches, and the author of three books, “The Pastor’s Corner Collection”, volume one, and volume two, and “Aimin’ High”.

Johnny is an Ordained Bishop in the Church of God, Cleveland, Tennessee and received a Master of Arts degree in Ministry Leadership from the Church of God Theological Seminary in Cleveland, Tennessee. He presently serves as an elected member of the State Ministries Board of the Churches of God in South Georgia and as the Assistant State Coordinator of the Ministerial Internship Program in South Georgia. He also serves locally as the Chaplain for Grady County Sheriff’s Office and Cairo Fire Department.

Johnny and his wife, Dianne, returned to Johnny’s hometown of Cairo, Georgia in July of 1994 to begin Family Worship Center. The Church started with 14 people in their first service and has grown to a membership of over 750, with an average Sunday morning attendance of 450. Pastor Johnny truly loves his hometown and the people of Cairo, GA. He has committed the past 21 years to making a difference in people’s lives in all walks of life. Over the past 6 years, under the leadership of Pastor Johnny Moore, Family Worship Center has applied for and received over $3,000,000.00 in grants from the Department of Housing and Urban Development and has built a 31 unit Senior Adult housing complex called “The Haven”. In March of 2011, Family Worship Center moved into their new 37,000 square foot Worship facility located on 32 acres just inside the city limits of Cairo, Georgia.

God has called Pastor Johnny Moore to Rural America and he is committed to fulfilling this call. He hosts and conducts an annual “Big Dreams In A Small Town” Conference in Cairo, Georgia that draws hundreds of attendees every year. He has also developed numerous resources and materials designed specifically for Pastor’s in Rural Communities. His latest resource, ruralpastor.com, is a website for Rural Pastors.

Johnny and his wife, Dianne, have three children: Joshua, 24, and his wife Hannah, Jonathan, 22, and Anna Jordan, 18.

Johnny is available for Conferences, Seminars, and Pastoral Training on a local or state level. For more information or to schedule an event, contact Julie Barrineau at 229-377-8746 or email johnny@ruralpastor.com.

For references, contact:
Bishop Joe Mirkovich, Virginia Church Of God
Dr. Michael Baker, North Georgia Church Of God
Bishop Les Higgins, Texas Church Of God
Dr. Raymond Culpepper, Alabama Church Of God