Bishop Lee Moore (aka MOUR) grew up in the church. His mother, Lacy Mae Moore, was the minister of music at Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist church in Arkansas. She encouraged Mour to pursue his musical gifts of singing and playing the piano for God. In 1988 Bishop Moore received his minister license under Elder Jasper Porter of Greater Beaulaland Church of God in Christ and was ordained by his current pastor, Bishop Aiyetoro Oyeleye of Community Holiness Outreach Ministry in Memphis, TN. Bishop Moore is called to write and produce Christian music and literature. His book, 'Don't Go To The Lake Of Fire,' was produced into a feature film which became an official selection of the 2005 New York International Independent Film and Video Festival. Mour's recordings and literature have also been packaged into the MAC PAC 300 (an inspirational collection of 4 CDs and 3 books), which is distributed as Bishop Moore tours churches around the United States with his wife and radio personality, Evangelist Deborah Moore.