Pastor Rev. Corey L. Moore

I am Rev. Corey L. Moore the pastor of Harbert Chapel AME Church in Flagstaff, Arizona. I also work at Grand Canyon University as adjunct faculty and faculty specialist. Over the last few years, I have worked as an adjunct faculty member with Maricopa Community colleges. I enjoy teaching at South Mountain Community College, Phoenix College, and Glendale Community College. I am a member of the John C. Maxwell Team as a coach, speaker, and trainer. My passion as a coach and trainer is to assist others in achieving their desired life and career goals. I have many years of experience as a teacher, speaker, mentor, coach, and trainer. I am the CEO of Black Champions, LLC, which is the umbrella of his coaching, speaking, and training services. As a minister, my Elder ordination is with the African Methodist Episcopal Church. I am a follower and servant-leader of Christ Jesus, and I actively volunteer with the local church and in the community.

I earned his Associate Degree in General Studies from Paradise Valley Community College. I went on to obtained his bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Arizona State University. I achieved my master’s in divinity degree from Fuller Theological Seminary Southwest. My second master degree is a Master of Science in Psychology with an emphasis in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from Grand Canyon University. I am currently pursuing my doctoral degree in Philosophy in General Psychology with an Emphasis in Cognition and Instruction at Grand Canyon University. I like to think of myself as is a life-long learner and have accumulated many hours of training and personal development as an employee, supervisor, and personal growth. I am an ardent reader of the Bible, leadership, coaching, personality, and mindset materials.
As I pursue my General Psychology with an emphasis on Cognition and Instruction degree, I desire to explore the connection between intrinsic motivation and African American male’s completion of the first two years of undergraduate studies.

I am married to my beautiful wife, Vashi Worley-Moore. We have four children, three girls, and one boy. We also have three grandchildren, which consist of two girls and one boy.

First Lady Evangelist Vashi Moore

Evangelist Vashi Worley Moore is the CEO and President of Delightful Heart Ministries which serves to provide resources for women in transition. She is also the Tuesday morning radio and online broadcast personality for the Prayz in the Am radio show on Prayz.fm, committed to collaborating with friends, families and ministry partners to deliver a timely word of God that may help others strengthen their relationship with Jesus Christ. In addition, she also serves as the Christian Fellowship Club Advisor at Phoenix College.

She is a native of Phoenix, Arizona. She grew up and was groomed in ministry by her parents who graciously served the Lord. Evangelist Moore has been in ministry for 20 years. During this time, she has served in various capacities such as Women, Single, Outreach ministries and Intercessory Prayer. She currently serves as a Mary Kay Team Builder, which she uses to supplement the women’s ministry she leads and to encourage women to come or return to Christ. In addition, she is a collaborative author of the Dreamsteer Visionary book.

Evangelist Moore is actively engaged in the community. She serves as a Big and the Vice President of the Young Professional Council for Big Brother Big Sister of Central Arizona. She serves as liaison for St. Mary’s Food Bank at Phoenix College and also volunteers with United Way Valley of the Sun (UWVS). She is an Alliance Leader for Covenant Sister’s International (CSI) Phoenix Chapter and the Phoenix Charter Ambassador for Black Women in Business (BWB).

She earned an Associate of Arts Degree in Communication from South Mountain Community College, a Bachelor’s in Communication from Arizona State University, and a Masters in Administration with an emphasis in Leadership from Northern Arizona University.

Evangelist Vashi Worley Moore is married to Rev. Corey Moore. Together they have four children and three grandchildren.

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