Elizabeth Moore is the founder of Living Proof Ministries, a Bible-based organization for women in Houston, Texas. She is also an evangelist, author, and Bible teacher. She writes books and produces videos on Bible studies that she conducts at her organization. She has also taught at conferences in various countries, including Ireland, Singapore, and India.
Moore ignited a Twitter feud on 13th December 2020, condemning “Trumpism” and “Christian Nationalism” stating they were dangerous and seductive to Christianity. Her tweets arose after Trump supporters claimed that the election was rigged and stolen.
Beth Moore’s Net Worth is around $2.5 Million
According to Famous People Today, Moore has an estimated net worth of $2.5 Million, which is mainly earned through her organization, Living Proof Ministries. Moore is also a speaker at conferences in foreign countries and also has her own show, “Living Proof with Beth Moore”. She also hosts “Wednesdays in the Word”.
Moore is also a published author of various books, most based on her Bible teachings. She turned most of her Bible teachings into videos and audiobooks, which are sold through Amazon. There is no public information about Moore’s salary and so, her estimated net worth stands at $2.5 million.
The Living Proof Ministries
Moore earned a bachelor’s degree in political science from Southern Texas State University. She pledged and was initiated into Chi Omega. From the age of 18, Moore was committed to vocational Christian ministry. She began attending biblical doctrine classes to learn more about the Bible and began taking weekly Bible study classes to expand this knowledge.
These weekly classes grew to have 2,000 women and Moore began speaking at churches in South Texas. Although she did not have any theological education, the LifeWay Christian Resources’ Broadman and Holman, published her Bible studies. After this, there was a national speaking ministry for Moore, and she began holding weekend conferences for her Bible studies.
Keeping the national speaking ministry as her base, Moore founded the Living Proof Ministries. Her ministry had become widely accepted by Christian women across the world. Moore held a simulcast in 2008, which had been attended by over 70,000 people across 715 locations.
Beth Moore Condemned “Trumpism”
On 13th December 2020, Moore took to Twitter and condemned the practice of “Trumpism” and “Christian Nationalism”. “I do not believe these are days for mincing words. I’m 63 1/2 years old & I have never seen anything in these United States of America I found more astonishingly seductive & dangerous to the saints of God than Trumpism,” said Moore. “This Christian nationalism is not of God. Move back from it.”
What followed were a series of Tweets from Moore,
“And, God helps us, we don’t turn from Trumpism to Bidenism. We do not worship flesh and blood. We do not place our faith in mortals. We are the church of the living God. We can’t sanctify idolatry by labeling a leader our Cyrus. We need no Cyrus. We have a king. His name is Jesus,”.
Moore’s tweets led to a Twitter debate, largely ignited after the Supreme Court ruled that the elections were not rigged nor stolen.
More On Beth Moore’s Life
Moore was born in Green Bay, Wisconsin but was raised in Arkansas, where his father owned a cinema house and Moore worked there from a young age.
She married Keith Moore in 1978 and the couple has two daughters. Her daughters along with her son-in-law, work with her at the Ministry.