Bloom Where You're Planted!
I first met Lee Moseley at the Middle Tyger YMCA. I am not one to talk to strangers, but I found Lee very easy to talk to. From there our relationship grew. I found myself looking forward to going to the gym just so I could talk with my new friend Lee. We became workout partners I was going through a difficult time as I had just lost my job the day after I met him. His background as a minister was very comforting to me. At the time I was a non-believer and I had never so much as picked up a Bible my entire life. He managed to convince me to read the book of John and from that point on I have been a complete believer. I have since moved out of the area and found a new job. I don’t know how I would have coped in that situation without the friendship and guidance I received from Lee. We don’t get to see each other very often but we still communicate via email and phone. I still consider Lee to be one of my best friends and I always look forward to our conversations together.
I have come to know Lee as someone who is real and who knows how to hurt with others. Lee has ministered to me in more ways than he will ever know.
…Lee shared the gospel with me and I became a Christian… No matter what Lee is going through he always lets you know he cares. This is what Lee brings to any relationship. He cares. Jesus uses Lee to show tons of people that He cares.
I have had the blessing of knowing Lee for the past 10 years; in fact, I followed him on staff at Grace Community Church. I have always valued his friendship and am thankful for him. I have watched him go through some very hard times - but trusted Jesus in the midst. He is a faithful friend and worker - not one to give up quickly. Lee genuinely cares for people. He has a humble heart that is open to correction. I have watched his kids grow up and his faith become theirs; perhaps there is no greater testimony than that.
Through this benefit employees are more productive and generally happier. They understand that their employer loves them as people and that we are creating a culture of solidarity in the workplace. Our firm has truly been blessed by the incorporation of One-on-One Ministries, Inc.
Lee has made a life-long commitment to helping others. When I think of him one bible verse comes to mind. “A friend loves at all times, and a brother is born for adversity,” Proverbs 17:17.
Lee helped set me back on the road of trusting the Lord when everything around me was destroyed. I am thankful that even though I am now almost four thousand miles away from him, we continue to be good friends.
I have known Lee Moseley for about eight years. During that period; we have coached together, played tennis together, eaten lunch together, and just gotten together to talk. Lee has always been there for me when I needed him. Sometimes he has dropped by my house when he knew that I was struggling with some issue even if I had not contacted him; or he will call just when I need to talk to him. “This has been important to me. I am the type man who keeps things inside, and Lee seems to be able to get me talking without being intrusive. He has been a good friend to me. He has been generous with his time when I needed it. I will always be glad that he possesses the great amount of insight and empathy that he displayed with me. I have also seen him do similar things with other people. Men seem to be able to open up to him and will maintain contact with him over the years even if it only by phone. Lee likes to help people and is genuinely interested, and it comes across. Lee is a unique individual in many ways, and I am happy to call him my friend.
I had the joy of meeting Lee while attending Liberty University. We both were custodians and it didn’t take long before a connection was made with me. After our first conversation of about an hour, I decided this guy was for real. Ironically, I realized 95% of the talk was about me. Lee has that gift of making people feel comfortable enough to share their hearts. His heart to see people come to Christ does not result in manipulation of relationships. Especially today people see right through that. Lee has the heart, experience, and authenticity to share how we all can do this on a daily basis. I have used his example in my life multitude of times through the years. Our friendship is now 25 years old, showing when something is right, it just lasts.”
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