The story of
Donald A. Moss
Donald A. “Donnie” Moss is a grandfather, former pastor, evangelist, police chaplain and 4th generation Texan. Descended from German pioneers in the Texas hill country, his family was depicted by his cousin Janice Woods Windle in her saga of the Texas Revolution, True Women (directed by Karen Arthur, Craig Anderson Productions and Hallmark Entertainment, 1997), with Angelina Jolie, Dana Delaney and Annabeth Gish. From management positions with a major oil company to evangelizing violent street gangs, Moss has led an interesting life. Ordained to the ministry in 1990, he hosted Christian television and radio programs, founded a full-gospel church and traveled nationwide as an evangelist and gospel singer. In the early 2000’s, working with an award-winning producer and crack team of musicians, ranging from Grand Ole Opry players to a member of George Strait’s “Ace in the Hole Band,” he wrote and recorded several songs which landed on country radio charts in America and in Europe.
Moss is a graduate of the University of Houston/Clear Lake, Oklahoma Bible College and Seminary and also attended the prestigious South Texas College of Law. He is the author of several books, including The Third Day: A Revelation of the Coming Revival (Writers Club Press 2002).