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Kristopher Moore brings a passion for spiritual discipling and preaching into focus with the command to make the act of Love the primary responsibility of every Christian disciple. He is dedicated to the fact that every fruit of his ministry is born from his personal relationship with the Divine and exemplifies the command to love. He is on fire over the concept and his belief that numerical growth in the church results from the spiritual growth of the church.

As a an attorney, Kristopher was a tenacious and bright lawyer whose rich experience as an advocate for his clients outpaced his years as an attorney. The first student from Texas Tech Law selected as a finalist for the Honors Program by the DOJ’s Civil Rights division, Kris put that passion into a fight which put him at the forefront of a national legal movement. Kris argued and won multiple cases before the Texas Supreme Court, lobbied the Texas Legislature, the U.S. Congress, and the IRS, and earned experience in the state and federal courthouses of Texas.

Born in Las Vegas, and raised in Lawton, Oklahoma, Kris earned a B.A. in Political Science, magna cum laude, from Midwestern State University in 2004. In 2007, he graduated magna cum laude from Texas Tech School of Law. While a law student, Kris was a member of the Law Review and an officer in the Federalist Society. He also worked for the Washington Legal Foundation in Washington D.C. and for Federal District Judge Sam Cummings.

After working with his former law firm to put Texas at the national forefront on the issue of compensating the wrongfully convicted, Kris joined a local defense firm and moved to McKinney, Texas. In that position, Kris widely broadened his experience and expertise in the area of insurance defense while developing a passion for civil litigation and a deep respect for free market principles. When the opportunity arose, Kris did not hesitate to take this experience and passion to his former law firm of Fee, Smith, Sharp & Vitullo, LLP, in Dallas, as well.

Kris has been married to Bethany Moore for two decades and has two daughters, Katie and Anabelle. He is the past president of McKinney Morning Pride Lions’ Club and has served on the board of directors for the nonprofit Hugs CafĂ©, the Lubbock South Plains Lions Club and Boys & Girls Club of Lubbock. He has also served as a coach for the YMCA’s Boyd High School Mock Trial team in McKinney, Texas.