Deb Richardson-Moore

Deb Richardson-Moore is pastor of Triune Mercy Center in Greenville, SC, a church that brings homeless, working poor, middle-class and wealthy parishioners into a community.

A former journalist, she is the author of a 2012 memoir, “The Weight of Mercy,” about her first three years as a pastor among the homeless. She subsequently wrote three murder mysteries, “The Cantaloupe Thief,” “The Cover Story” and “Death of a Jester.” All use a homeless encampment as a partial backdrop and are published by Lion Hudson of Oxford, England.  Deb is a graduate of Wake Forest University and Erskine Theological Seminary.