Bobbi Moore
Date of Death - June 5, 2008
Obituary
Who can find a virtuous wife? For her worth is far above rubies. Strength and honor are her clothing; She shall rejoice in time to come. She opens her mouth with wisdom, And on her tongue is the law of kindness. She watches over the ways of her household, And does not eat the bread of idleness. Her children rise up and call her blessed; Her husband also, and he praises her:" Many daughters have done well, But you excel them all. "Charm is deceitful and beauty is passing, But a woman who fears the LORD, she shall be praised. Give her of the fruit of her hands, And let her own works praise her in the gates. Proverbs 31:10, 25-31 Bobbi "Mama" Moore, age 78, of Wayne, June 5, 2008.  Loving wife of the late Pastor J. Earl Moore.  Dear mother of Diana (Jude) Barlage; Steven (Theda); Pastor Mark (Nancy); and the late Kimberly (Dean) Moore Leathers.  Dear grandmother of John Krivis; Jason Krivis; Emily Barlage; Dana Moore; Scott Moore; Timothy Lutz; Adam Lutz; Melissa Parker; Andrea Moore Glaze; Lindsey Moore; and Derek Leathers.  Also survived by 10 great grandchildren.  Visitation will be held Friday 2-9 PM at Vermeulen Funeral Home, 46401 West Ann Arbor Road, Plymouth.  In State Saturday 9 AM until 10 AM funeral service at Agape Family Worship Center, 45081 Geddes Road (between Sheldon and Canton Center Road) Canton, Michigan 48188.  Memorial contributions may be made to Agape Family Worship Center.    Bobbi was born in Carlisle County, Kentucky in 1930. In over 60 years of marriage, she and her husband lived in Illinois, Kentucky and Michigan.  After pastoring for several years in the Chicago area, they relocated to Michigan. They ministered in the Detroit Metro area with the Joy of Living Ministries, featuring daily broadcasts on local radio stations and television.  In February 1978, they founded Agape Family Worship Center in Canton, Michigan. Part of their vision for the church included Agape Christian Academy, which began in 1982. Bobbi ministered not only at Agape, but traveled throughout the United States and Canada, teaching primarily on the family and home.  She was gifted in practical teaching and also ministered to women's groups, stressing their roles as women, wives and mothers.  Bobbi was "Mama" to many people through the years! She served as mentor and confidant to many, as well as serving on their church boards throughout the US and Canada. She was also influential in helping pioneer churches. She will remain forever in our hearts as a wife, mother, grandmother and friend.  To share memories, please click on the condolence link on this page. 
Funeral Information

Visitation

Friday 2-9 PM

Services

Agape Family Worship Center In state 9AM Funeral Service 10AM
Condolences

Helen Coles

A Child of God, goes without saying; "Mama" was Always Smiling; Beautiful; Loving; Caring; Hugging and Sharing Words of Wisdom. I will miss seeing her, but look forward to the day I see her again.

Kim (Hofer) Craft

Miss Bobbi was one who I have always looked at as a mentor. She was one who always had time to talk with you and share in the good and bad. She will always be in my heart. I will miss her, but one day I know that I will see her again.

Ken & Joyce Hubert

To Diane, Jude, and extended families we give you our sympathy and prayers. Mrs. Moore has left a precious godly legacy which I hope in time with also bring comfort to you and your family. May you feel God's hand of mercy and guidance in your time of grief.

Sherry Lehrke

To the entire Moore family, What a wonderful legacy you have been left by Miss Bobbi. I have never known a family to display such love and concern for others. The love for the Lord and for others has been passed down to their children and grandchildren. Thank you for sharing your wonderful mother, grandmother, aunt, sister with us.

Pastor Jan & Debbie Moore of Good News Fellows

Pastor Mark & family, With love and sympathy for the loss of your momma. Yet rejoicing knowing she is with the Lord and her man. Please let us know if there is anything at all we can be of service to you. Pastor Jan , Debbie and family here at Good News

Sue & Hugh Epperson

Pastor Mark, I count it a great blessing to have known "Momma". First, over the radio listening to her and your dad on "Joy of Living" when I first came to the Lord and then getting to meet her in person through Heart For Him Mary Panich ministires when she spoke both to our group itself and then at our Conference last fall. She truly was a Proverbs 31 woman. She will be missed. Hugh and I had been praying for her and will continue to hold you and your family up in prayer. You have our deepest condolences. Sue and Hugh Epperson Cornerstone Family Worship Center

BARBARA REYER-SCHUBY

MISS BOBBI COULD SPANK YOU WITH HER WORDS AND LOVE YOU SO MUCH WHILE DOING SO THAT YOU THANKED HER FOR IT. SO MUCH OF MY LIFE HAS BEEN SHAPED BY HER INFLUENCE, I KNEW AND EXPERIENCED THE LOVE OF GOD THROUGH HER AND THE LATE PASTOR EARL MOORE. TO THE MOORE FAMILY, I'M SO SORRY ABOUT THE LOSE OF YOUR MOTHER. I PRAY THAT GOD'S GRACE WILL BE YOUR SUSTAINER.


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