January 23, 1893, Johnson City, Texas.

February 16, 1976, Lubbock, Texas.

Resthaven Memorial Park, Lubbock, Texas.


Kenneth was the son of preacher John Samuel Moser and Ellen Holt, and husband of Ardis Blackstone. He was baptized at 19 in 1912 by his father.

Moser taught in a one room school house (1910–15), and preached his first sermon in 1915. He then attended Thorp Spring Christian College, graduating in 1919 (the school closed in 1928). For the next several decades, he preached to Church of Christ congregations in Texas and Oklahoma.

Beginning in 1933, Moser was a staff writer for the Gospel Advocate. He then taught at Lubbock Christian College from 1964 until retiring in 1972.

Moser’s works include:

  1. I’ll Take Jesus Where’er I Go
  2. Jesus, Lord, and God Abased
  3. Meditation
  4. O Ye Happy Christians, Praise the Savior
  5. We Are Marching on to the Glory Land

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