Danny Moore, Administrator
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Administrator at First Baptist Church of Kenner
Danny Moore is the administrator of our church, and way overqualified, but don’t tell him we know it.
Prior to taking this position, Danny put in a long career in management with various companies owned by Union Carbide/Dow Chemical. Most recently, he was general manager of one of their plants in Colorado. Danny owns a bachelor’s degree in biology from the University of Houston and a masters in environmental studies from the University of Texas Health Science Center. Presently, he’s pursuing a master of arts in worship at the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.
Danny is married to Courtney, a school teacher, and they are parents of Lindsey and Jenny. Jenny (Mrs. Wesley Bouler) is the mother of Danny and Courtney’s four grandsons—two sets of twins. The Moores are a musical family, and often sing in church.
Asked what he would do in the church if money were no object, Danny replied, “Bring the office fully into the 21st century and modernize the educational complex.” His favorite part of his job? “Working with teams to bring about change—that is, policies and procedures that help us guard the integrity of what we do and how we do it.”
The books on Danny’s bedside table at the moment are “Worship Matters” by Bob Kauflin and “The Book on Leadership” by John MacArthur. His favorite movie is Mel Brooks’ “Young Frankenstein.” Copeland’s is his favorite local restaurant, and given the opportunity to invite anyone to dinner, he’d ask Dorris and Dorcella Barker in for a meal. “They adopted Courtney and me as a young married couple at our church in West Virginia. We were newly-weds far from our Texas roots and they took us into their church and their hearts. He is a model of lay leadership, vision, and commitment to the Lord’s work, even now that he’s in his 80’s.”
Danny’s life-verse is: “Be still (or cease striving) and know that I am God.” (Psalm 46:10) He adds, “It speaks directly to my tendency toward impatience.”