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 Letter of appeal from Kala Moore, wife of Judge Roy Moore

You have been sent this message from E. Ray Moore, Jr ( of as a courtesy of (

DEAR FRIENDS OF EXODUS MANDATE: Helping this school would be a worthy Christmas project for your family. Judge Roy Moore's family understands the importance of a K-12 Christian education. He has been a national leader in defending our Christian heritage and also has given his own children a good K-12 Christian education. We should follow his family's example. Give one of the best gifts to your own children by either home schooling or placing them in a Christian school. Merry Christmas. In His grip, E. Ray Moore, Jr with

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School attended by Judge Moore's kids burns
Posted: December 2, 2004
1:00 a.m. Eastern

The school attended by Ten Commandments champion Judge Roy Moore's children was burned, prompting the private Christian institution to solicit funds to help replace lost equipment. According to an Associated Press report, a fire broke out Nov. 17 in the gymnasium at Coosa Christian School north of Gadsden, Ala., but nearly 150 students were evacuated quickly and no injuries were reported.

A e-mail letter from Moore's wife, Kayla Moore, said her sons were in the school at the time but were out of the building within 90 seconds of the fire's discovery. "It was an electrical fire that destroyed much of the building, most especially the athletic department," explained Moore. "While insurance will pay to replace the building, the athletic equipment these children worked so hard to raise money for is now gone ? the baseball equipment, the volleyball equipment, the softball equipment, cheerleading equipment, basketball equipment and all their uniforms for all the above." Continued Moore: "We are not a wealthy school and a lot of our parents sacrifice a lot for there children to go here. ? We have received a lot of state awards and just recently won the state championship for the Christian Football Association. We had planned to try to get the boys state rings, but now because of finances have not been able to." Moore says those wishing to make tax-deductible donations to the school can mark their checks "Attention: Burn Fund" and send them to either:

Coosa Christian School
771 Whites Chapel Road
Gadsden, AL 35901


CrossPoint Community Church
2730 Wills Creek Road
Gadsden, AL 35904

Judge Moore made national headlines for months when he refused to remove a granite monument of the Ten Commandments from the rotunda of Alabama's Justice Building he placed there when he was chief justice of the state Supreme Court. The monument was removed and the court ousted Moore from office a year ago.


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 Ten Commandments Rally Birmingham, AL area, December 11, 1 to 3 PM

Ten Commandments Rally Birmingham,AL area, December 11, 1 to 3 PM at First Baptist Church Pleasant Grove, just north of Birmingham. Keynote speaker is Judge Roy Moore. For map and more info visit For more information: For a map visit The Rev. Daniel Sparks (205) 426-6468 <>

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 Other Ten Commandments Rallies

Ten Commandments Rallies to be held in Texas and New Mexico during December and January. Visit For an updated schedule visit:
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 Host A Ten Commandments Rally

AVIDD is looking to have several Ten Commandments Rallies in southern states, like Mississippi, Lousiana, Alabama, Georgia, and Florida, during the February - March time frame. If your church or organization would like to host a rally, see AVIDD contact info below.

All of the rallies will feature the Ten Commandments Monument that previously stood as a public witness in the Alabama Supreme Court Building. For more details on the rallies contact

email or call 281-591-4705.

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 News Article on Texas Ten Commandments Rally

Touring Commandments make a symbolic stop, Alabama tablet pulls up alongside contested display outside Houston courthouse A 5,280-pound Ten Commandments monument removed from an Alabama court building was displayed near a Bible monument at the Harris County Civil Courts Building on Friday to show support of religious symbols on government property. American Veterans In Domestic Defense parked a flatbed truck with the granite Ten Commandments near the Bible display outside the courthouse. Read more at