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Other names  Dr. Beth Moore
Role  Evangelist
Name  Beth Moore

Home town  Arkadelphia, Arkansas
Years active  1978–present
Spouse  Keith Moore (m. 1978)
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Full Name  Wanda Elizabeth Green
Born  June 16, 1957 (age 58) (1957-06-16) Green Bay, Wisconsin
Occupation  Evangelist, author, Bible Teacher
Title  Founder, Living Proof Ministries
Religion  Southern Baptist Convention (Christianity)
Residence  Houston, Texas, United States
Children  Amanda Moore, Melissa Moore
Education  Howard Payne University, Texas State University
Books  Breaking Free, Believing God, Children of the Day: 1 & 2 Thess, So Long - Insecurity: You've B, James: Mercy Triumphs
Similar People  Priscilla Shirer, Kay Arthur, Joyce Meyer, Travis Cottrell, James Robison

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Wanda Elizabeth "Beth" Moore (born Wanda Elizabeth Green; June 16, 1957) is an American evangelist, author, and Bible teacher. She is the founder of Living Proof Ministries, a Bible-based organization for women based in Houston, Texas. The ministry focuses on aiding women who desire to model their lives on evangelical Christian principles.


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The ministry, in conjunction with LifeWay Christian Resources, conducts more than a dozen conferences, known as "Living Proof Live", around the United States annually. Travis Cottrell leads worship at the conferences. From 2007 to 2011, Moore, Kay Arthur, and Priscilla Shirer, collaborated on another LifeWay weekend conference, "Deeper Still: The Event". Moore also teaches through her radio show, Living Proof with Beth Moore, and appears as a regular on the television program LIFE Today, where she hosts "Wednesdays in the Word (formally known as "Wednesdays with Beth").

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Additionally, Moore writes books and produces video resources based on the Bible studies that she conducts at the Living Proof Live conferences and at Houston's First Baptist Church. She currently attends Bayou City Fellowship, Houston, Texas, where her son-in-law, Curtis Jones, is lead pastor.

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She has taught at conferences for women in numerous countries, including Ireland, England, Singapore, the Philippines, Puerto Rico, and India.

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Early life

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Born on an army base in Green Bay, Wisconsin, and raised in Arkadelphia, Arkansas, where her father owned a cinema house, Moore is the fourth of five children, all of whom worked at the cinema from a young age.


Moore holds a degree in political science from Southwest Texas State University, where she pledged and was initiated into Chi Omega.


She married Keith Moore in 1978. They have two grown daughters, Amanda and Melissa. Both daughters, along with son-in-law Curtis Jones, work with their mother at Living Proof Ministries.


Moore committed her life to vocational Christian ministry at the age of 18. When she was volunteering as a Sunday school teacher, Moore realized she needed to learn more about the Bible. She went to a biblical doctrine class that gave her a deep yearning to know the Bible, and she began sharing her expanding knowledge through a weekly Bible study class. By the mid-1990s that class had grown to 2,000 women, and she was speaking at churches throughout South Texas. It was then that LifeWay Christian Resources' publishing arm Broadman & Holman (later B&H) began publishing her Bible studies, leading to a national speaking ministry for Moore. With the help of a worship band she assembled, she began holding weekend conferences around the country. As a base for her national speaking ministry, she founded Living Proof Ministries.

In 2008, she held a simulcast of her "Living Proof Live" that is estimated to have been watched by 70,000 people at 715 locations. The sales of her book about Esther were credited as part of what made a "strong" quarter for Lifeway Christian Stores during the height of the Great Recession.


  • When Godly People Do Ungodly Things – book (2002), ISBN 978-0805424652
  • Believing God – book (2004), ISBN 978-0805431896
  • Who Will You Trust? – audio/video series (2007)
  • Get Out Of That Pit – book (2007), ISBN 978-1-59145-552-3
  • Songs of Deliverance – CD (2006)
  • Fully Alive: Audio/video series with Beth Moore, James and Betty Robison (2006)
  • So Long Insecurity: You've been a bad friend to us – book (2010), ISBN 978-1-4143-3472-1
  • Bible studies

  • To Live is Christ: The Life & Ministry of Paul (1997), ISBN 978-0767334129
  • Living Beyond Yourself: Exploring the Fruit of the Spirit (1998), ISBN 978-0767392754
  • Breaking Free (1999)
  • Jesus: The One and Only (2002), ISBN 0-8054-2489-X
  • When Godly People Do Ungodly Things: Arming Yourself in the Age of Seduction (2002), ISBN 0-8054-2465-2
  • The Beloved Disciple: Following John to the Heart of Jesus (2003), ISBN 0-8054-2753-8
  • Believing God (2004), ISBN 0-8054-3189-6
  • The Patriarchs: Encountering the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob (2005), ISBN 0-633-09906-6
  • Daniel: Lives of Integrity, words of prophecy (2006), ISBN 978-1-4158-2588-4
  • A Woman's Heart: God's Dwelling Place (2007)
  • Stepping Up: Psalms of Ascent (2007), ISBN 978-1415857434
  • Esther: It's Tough Being a Woman (2008), ISBN 1-4158-5289-8
  • "Here and Now – There and Then: A Lecture Series on Revelation" (2009)
  • "David: Seeking a Heart Like His" (2010), ISBN 978-1415869482
  • "James: Mercy Triumphs" (2011), ISBN 978-1415871713
  • "Children of the Day: : 1 & 2 Thessalonians" (2014), ISBN 978-1430028604
  • "Living Free: Learning to Pray God's Word" (2015), ISBN 978-1430043300
  • "Entrusted - Bible Study Book: A Study of 2 Timothy" (2016), ISBN 978-1430055006
  • References

    Beth Moore Wikipedia