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Vision and Goals

Vision an Goals

In John 10:10, Jesus said "the thief cometh not but for to steal, kill, and destroy; but I come that you might have life and have it more abundantly." For years the enemy has tried to make us feel that we could not go any further than where we are; have anymore than what we have; or be any more than what we are. So we find ourselves stuck at a place of complacency and far from our destined place. I believe that where you are now is not where you're ultimately destined to be. Your destiny does not stop here, it's where it begins!

It is time that we all walk in our destinies. It is my desire to empower God's people to be all they can be for the glory of God! That is the goal and objective of Kimberly Moore Ministries, to empower the people of God through a series of classes, training, and mentoring sessions. We are excited about your future and we are in hopes that you will join us in preparing for this next move of God.

In addition to every awesome worship experience, KMM is taking ministry outside the four walls of the church. We want every individual from all walks of life to be empowered to live life more abundantly. Other KMM Goals...

Prison Ministry

KMM will take ministry to the prisons. Trained personnel will minister to those incarcerated on how to have peace behind the walls of prison and prepare them for life outside of the prison walls (i.e., help them earn their GED or get prepared for the workforce). Training sessions will be coordinated and provided to train those interested in prison ministry.

Women's Shelter

KMM will sponsor a women's shelter by way of ministering the word as well as supplying needed supplies/clothing. Partners and Volunteers will assist with this endeavor. Long term, we want to build a fund that will assist them in getting housing (i.e., cut on lights, water, deposits).


KMM will make annual charitable donations toward the American Cancer Society in honor of all of our Sisters who have been victimized by this disease.

Dr. Kimberly Moore