Steve and Kit Moody

Steve has been nominated for the Eldership at The Foundry Church.

If you have input as to why Steve should or should not be an Elder, please email the Elders at elders@thefoundryc.org before August 16th. You may also contact Bryan Turner or Kevin Hipes directly.

Bio

My wife Kit and I have been married for 29 years. We met and were married in Pinellas County Florida and relocated to Oviedo FL 21 years ago. We have three adult children (Aaron, Amanda & Leonard) and 5 grandchildren. We were foster parents for a number of years and adopted our youngest son (Leonard) from the foster care system.

We established a youth ministry program at the Crystal Beach Church in Crystal Beach, Florida where I served as the youth minister.

We started and lead The Celebrate Recovery program at River Run Church.

2 Corinthians 12:9 “My grace is all you need. My power works best in weakness.” So now I am glad to boast about my weakness, so that the power of Christ can work through me.

We found The Foundry Church 4-1/2 years ago and called it home.

I’m a Mason and Shriner. I serve as a Camel Herder for one of the units. Which means I care for Sir Gus Jr.

I have worked in the fire suppression engineering field for 30 plus year as a designer, project manager and division manager. I currently have a sprinkler sales position with a large international trade company.

In my leisure time, I enjoy fishing, boating, golf and hiking.  I have a passion for football and have coached youth league football for 25 plus years.

My wife and I are deeply moved by the Spirit which we feel is growing in our church. We serve in numerous small groups. My wife Kit currently hosts a women’s group called “Encouragement and Coffee”. I have prayed daily for God’s direction in which way I can serve Him. Now is the time to put prayer into action. I have been called and I will serve Him through this church leadership role.

 

I Timothy 3
Here is a trustworthy saying: Whoever aspires to be an overseer desires a noble task. 2 Now the overseer is to be above reproach, faithful to his wife, temperate, self-controlled, respectable, hospitable, able to teach, 3 not given to drunkenness, not violent but gentle, not quarrelsome, not a lover of money. 4 He must manage his own family well and see that his children obey him, and he must do so in a manner worthy of full[a] respect. 5 (If anyone does not know how to manage his own family, how can he take care of God’s church?) 6 He must not be a recent convert, or he may become conceited and fall under the same judgment as the devil. 7 He must also have a good reputation with outsiders, so that he will not fall into disgrace and into the devil’s trap

Titus 1:5-9
I left you in charge in Crete so you could complete what I left half-done. Appoint leaders in every town according to my instructions. As you select them, ask, “Is this man well-thought-of? Is he committed to his wife? Are his children believers? Do they respect him and stay out of trouble?” It’s important that a church leader, responsible for the affairs in God’s house, be looked up to—not pushy, not short-tempered, not a drunk, not a bully, not money-hungry. He must welcome people, be helpful, wise, fair, reverent, have a good grip on himself, and have a good grip on the Message, knowing how to use the truth to either spur people on in knowledge or stop them in their tracks if they oppose it.