Herbert Moore, Jr. was born in Elberton, GA, where he graduated from high school in 1971. He and his late wife, Rosemary, married April 20, 1974. They were both later baptized into Christ on November 6, 1976. In their 36 years of marriage, Herbert's greatest earthly support in the home, church and business, was Rosemary. They have several children and grandchildren.
Herbert began preaching within a year after obeying the Gospel. His fast track studies of God's Word were given by his military Christian friends that baptized him. Less than a year later, he was stationed in Germany, where he was appointed minister in 1978.
While in the military, he attended several preaching schools. Later he attended Abilene Christian University. He graduated from Point University with a BS in Biblical Studies, and the World Biblical Institute with a Master in Biblical Studies. Herbert received an Honorary Doctorate in Christian Ministries from the American Christian School of Religion.
He served for 29 years as minister of the Church of Christ at Old National, in College Park, GA. That congregation merged with the Church of Christ at Atlanta Airport area, where he presently holds the position of minister. He is a Chaplain at the Atlanta Airport, where he also holds weekly worship services and Bible classes.
Herbert is directly or indirectly responsible for baptizing over 900 souls. He has hosted a prime time television program called "Speaking the Gospel" for over 19 years.