SHV Teaching Pastors
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Steve Moore serves as the President and CEO of The Mission Exchange, formerly EFMA. His personal life mission is to inspire and equip others to live a focused life, finish well and join with God in blessing the nations. His three life passions are personal growth, destiny fulfillment and world evangelization, with a special focus on developing leaders.
Steve pursued graduate studies at Fuller Theological Seminary, where he earned a Master of Arts in Intercultural Studies with a leadership concentration. He has served as a local church pastor as well as the Vice President of International Ministries for both Kingdom Building Ministries and later Emerging Young Leaders. Prior to accepting his current role with The Mission Exchange, Steve served as a leadership coach and Director of International Ministries for Atlanta based Growing Leaders.
Steve is also the founder of Keep Growing Inc., which provides a platform for engaging leaders in both the non-profit and corporate arena. Keep Growing utilizes training, resources and coaching to help leaders leverage personal development for organizational effectiveness that adds value to others.
Steve’s ministry has taken him around the world. He has provided leadership for teams serving in Europe, Asia, Africa, South America and the Caribbean. He has written numerous articles about leadership, which formed the basis for the book, Leadership Insights for Emerging Leaders and Those Investing in Them. Steve has authored several other books including, The Dream Cycle: Leveraging the Power of Personal Growth, and While You Were Micro-Sleeping: The Changing Face of North American Missions. His latest book, Who Is My Neighbor? Being a Good Samaritan in a Connected World, was released by NavPress in May 2011.
Steve, Sherry and family were part of SHV for many years training, equipping and sharing God’s heart for the nations. Steve has continued to serve as a Teaching Pastor at SHV.
Steve and his wife Sherry have four children; they currently reside in a suburb of Atlanta, Georgia.