Author Archives: Robert A. Moore, Jr.

About Robert A. Moore, Jr.

It's all about relationships and relationships depend upon effective communication. I'm not a real smart guy but I've tried to be a continual learner. God is my judge, his Son is my model, His Word is my roadmap and His Holy Spirit is my companion and guide. I have taken the time to earn a B.A. in C.E. & Psychology from Lee University then much later an MA in Org. Leadership from Azusa Pacific Univ. and more recently h a Doctor of Strategic Leadership(DSL) via Regent University. My biggest teachers however have been my 89 year old dad--what a man of courage and integrity. My little 100 pound Italian momma who we lost in 2005; my 4 siblings; my three sons Jeremy, Jonny & Rob III; my daughters-in-law Erika Beth Tiedemann Moore and Sheila Skelf Moore; more recently my grandsons Alex and Ben. The person who has taught me the most and keeps me between the ditches is my wife and love of more than 38 years, Patty. This blog helps me to keep learning ongoing and in focus with others.

I hate bullies

If you are a leader and I disagree with you I will always do my best to get out of your way and try to get behind you. I will give you the benefit of the doubt in every circumstance possible…because I know that leadership is hard and it takes courage. Continue reading

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What I Learned from Tony Bennett

I attended a Tony Bennett concert in Nashville this week and was absolutely “wowed”. Not only was I impressed by the artist musically but learned so much from the evening that I had to take a few minutes to record … Continue reading

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Going Global

Anyone that has spent more than ten minutes with me KNOWS how thankful I am to be associated with the heroic men and women who serve as our military missionaries overseas. Also the equal passion for conveying the strategic importance … Continue reading

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Remembering Sandra Alcorn

Patty and I lost a dear friend last week in Grayson, Louisiana. She seemed much too young-barely 58—and she went much too quickly—3 weeks from the day of her diagnosis. We have known Sandra since she was a 29 year-old … Continue reading

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On the road again

No time to really reflect, but in a few moments I will put the last items on a 22 foot truck and head back to Cleveland, TN. The only thing about the moving process I like is when it is … Continue reading

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