Ray’s Biography: A Life of Service to God and Country
E. Ray Moore (Chaplain, Lt. Col. USAR Ret.), has served for forty years in pastoral ministry as a campus pastor, a congregational minister, an Army Chaplain or Director of a Christian ministry. Additionally, he has served as a campaign consultant or staff for several major political campaigns, including former Vice-President Dan Quayle’s first Senate race in 1980, former Congressman Mark Siljander’s first Congressional race in 1981 and Pat Robertson’s Presidential Campaign in 1986 to 1988.
A South Carolina native, he is a graduate of The Citadel with a B.A. in political science and was graduated from Grace Theological Seminary cum laude with a M.Div. (Master of Divinity) in 1974 and with a Th.M. (Master of Theology) in 1979. He served nineteen years as an Army Reserve Chaplain, retiring as Lt. Colonel in 1999. He was awarded the Bronze Star for service in Gulf War I.
Ray is married to the former Gail Laurens Pinckney of Charleston, South Carolina. They have four children and seven grandchildren. He and Gail were selected as S.C. Parents of the Year for 2000. Ray and Gail have had a long-term involvement in private Christian education or home schooling.
Currently, Ray serves as President of Frontline Ministries, Inc., which focuses on prayer, revival and Christian education. He is the Director of the Exodus Mandate Project. He is author of Let My Children Go and co-authored with his wife, Gail, The Promise of Jonadab: Building a Christian Family Legacy in a Time of Cultural Decline. He is also the Executive Producer of the recently released film, IndoctriNation.
Statement on H. 4128 February 23, 2012 Mr. Chairman, I am E. Ray Moore, and I want to thank you...