Alesha Moore

Alesha grew up at Leoma Baptist and now serves as our Preschool/Children’s director and also serves as our Media Director.  She resides in Leoma.

What do you do to relax and find balance in your life?
Reading is a passion of mine. Also I like to just drive unexpectedly with my music playing and praise God at the top of my lungs. Watching movies also is a great way to relax.

In your recent reading, what insights or quotes have you found most meaningful?
“We pray because our own solutions don’t work and because prayer deploys, activates, and fortifies us against the attacks of the enemy. We pray because we’re serious about taking back the ground he has sought to take from us.”
― Priscilla Shirer, Fervent: A Woman’s Battle Plan to Serious, Specific, and Strategic Prayer

What is your favorite thing about Leoma Baptist Church?
The love that is shown everyday. The fact that it doesn’t matter who you are or where you come from you are welcome here to worship.

What’s playing on your ipod/cd player?
Natalie Grant most of the time. I have a variety from Country to Southern Gospel.

If given the choice, the one thing you would never taste again would be …

What is the most memorable quote you have heard or read recently?
“In or to live in victory, you must call the enemy’s bluff, pull the curtain back, open your spiritual eyes, and remain continually aware of the one who’s truly behind a lot of the stuff you’re always blaming on your circumstances, your up bringing, your boyfriend, o whoever. Even on yourself.”
―Priscilla Shirer, Fervent: A Woman’s Battle Plan to Serious, Specific, and Strategic Prayer

What makes you laugh?
My Family and the Church staff.

Are you a morning or night person?
I am a total morning person! Once I have my coffee! 🙂

What is your favorite movie?
I can only name one?! Well at the moment “War Room!” 

What was your favorite book you read as a child?
The first book I fell in love with was given by my grandmother in 2003. Before I hated reading but now love it. The title was, “Change of the Heart” by Lynn Bulock

Desk: Messy or organized?