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Phil 3:14 I press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus.

1Tim 1:12  And I thank Christ Jesus our Lord, who hath enabled me, for that he counted me faithful, putting me into the ministry;

Pastor Charles Moore has completed 61 years in the ministry. March 15, 1957 – January 1, 2018. Pastor Moore retired from El-Bethel Baptist Church on July 1, 2009 after 35 years of ministering in Belton, Missouri.

He has served as pastor of Baptist Churches since exit from military service in 1964.; . He served as missionary and church planter and organized two churches and assisted in organization of four others a total of eleven year serving as a missionary . He also has been active in building and remodeling of church buildings and camp facilities. He has assisted in the formation of several churches in Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, and Arkansas. He has served in all areas of association capacities on the local and state level. Pastor Moore also served a total of twelve years on the Missionary Committee for the churches of the American Baptist Association.

Currently Pastor Charles Moore serves as pastor of Landmark Baptist Church of Bonner Springs, Kansas, and continues to serve the Kansas State Missionary Baptist Association of churches as the Superintendent of Living Waters Baptist Camp, Longton, Kansas.

During the period from July 2009 – January 2018, Pastor Moore has preached for several churches as fill in and interim pastor for First Baptist Church of Northern Heights, Kansas City, MO, interim pastor for Bethel Missionary Baptist Church, Leavenworth, Ks. and currently as pastor Landmark Baptist Church, 300 N. Garfield Ave, Bonner Springs, Kansas

Pastor Moore is superintendent of Living Waters Baptist Youth Camp, Longton, Kansas, which is owned by the churches of Kansas State Missionary Baptist Association.

He was licensed to preach by Quincy Missionary Baptist Church, Kansas City, Missouri, March 1957 [Now Calvary Baptist Church, Raytown, Missouri], and the church ordained him on November 29, 1958.

He currently volunteers in a local community capacity as chaplain of Belton Memorial Hospital and is a member of the Hospital Ethics Committee, volunteers with Missouri Reentry Process Committee (MRP) [a community action program that works under direction of the State of Missouri, Department of Corrections, Board of Probation and Parole], Belton Cares [A community Action program to promote Belton and drug awareness Dare Program], and is a long time honorary member of the Belton Chamber of Commerce. He works closely with the pastors of the area in the Belton Pastor’s Fellowship for the betterment of community relations. Most recently started working with the mayor and Pastors of Bonner Springs to better assist in community development.

Pastor Moore has worked closely with the mayor and Aldermen of the city of Belton, Missouri,since moving to Belton. His children and grandchildren has graduated from Belton public schools and pastor Moore has taken an active role in the support of the school system and been involved in committees that support he school programs.

Pastor Moore served in the United States Air Force - 1960 to 1964.

Pastor Moore graduated from the Missionary Baptist Seminary and Institute in Little Rock, Arkansas - Bachelor in Bible Language, 1969 and Master in Bible Language, 1970. Other studies include Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, Illinois and Correspondence school with International Accountants Society, Chicago, Illinois.