Marriage and Relationship Educator, Interfaith Minister Stacey Moore is a wide eyed optimist and hopeful romantic with a penchant for recreating delicious food seen in movies. She believes that true love can conquer all, and that everyone has the ability to learn how to love and how to be loved.
Described as “a force for love,” Stacey teaches couples how to embrace their love, and how to grow and strengthen the commitment that underpins their relationship. Stronger, longer is her motto. She has an audacious goal to help couples to not only save their marriages but to wake up each day feeling satisfied by their relationships. Stacey has joined the movement to help couples of all ages, races, religions, sexual-orientation and social status to embrace their love and relationship by purposely investing in their commitment to one another. “Love is sacred and it is a gift to those who are so blessed. I had it once before and I, we lost it. It took a long time for me to find my love for life. Sadly, I know that there are too many people who will never experience the joy that a loving relationship brings. Some of them are in committed relationships. It would be a shame for me to ever take love for granted or to underappreciate what it means to me. I want help other to learn the lessons I’ve learned about giving and receiving love before it is too late.”
"Consider a world where couples are not afraid of love, but embrace the opportunity to fully give and fully receive the power that real love has to offer. A world where two people who care for each other, and don’t have to hide their emotions, needs or wants from each other for fear of crowding or harming one another. A world where each person understands fully, the gift of love being offered to them, and can respond with appreciation, humility and kindness each and every day. That is my mission!"
Excited by the 2014, University of Rochester relationship study which found that watching RomComs is a low-cost, efficient way for couples to build their relationships, Stacey knew that there was something she could add to this message to help it find its way into homes all over the world. So, fueled with the knowledge that couples can receive the same benefits from watching five RomComs together and discussing them, as couples who go to twenty hours of costly relationship counseling or therapy, and understanding that couples who complete some sort of therapy have a fifty-percent better chance of staying together; Stacey went to work on her new book Kissing in the Kitchen: The Romantic Comedy Cookbook for Couples. She has devoted her mind, body and spirit to sharing this well-timed information with couples everywhere in a creative and digestible format.
Stacey is best known for her heartfelt delivery of interactive, non-denominational, weddings and elopements. She is also known for her enthusiastic involvement with recreating food from movies; a fun and creative pursuit she calls, “from reel to real cooking.” With this new project, she hopes to be known as the DIY relationship building guru, the go-to girl for couples who want to implement and successfully complete a self-directed relationship building regimen.
A seasoned wedding officiant, natural cook and movie enthusiast, she is the author of four movie themed cookbooks: the newly released, Kissing in the Kitchen: The Romantic Comedy Cookbook for Couples filled RomCom recipes, and DIY relationship support for couples, and her first book series, Fellini’s Kitchen presents… Reel to Real Recipes: Act One and Act Two, and The Best Movie Recipes Ever.
If you are willing to listen, Stacey is ready to share all that she knows about love, relationships and cooking. Locally she speaks one-on-one with couples, individuals, and to special groups. She hopes to broaden her scope in the near future to national and even global audiences.
She has been recognized by the State of California and the City of Los Angeles for her work with Foster Children and disenfranchised inner-city youth. Stacey is a constant supporter, of and investor for Kiva.org, an organization that provides micro loans to underprivileged business owners globally. In Fort Worth, she has volunteered as a business skills development trainer at The Ladder Alliance an organization that services abused women.
She currently lives and loves in Fort Worth, TX.
“Love is sacred, and it is a gift to those who are blessed to receive it. I had it once before and I, we lost it. It took a long time for me to find my love for life. Sadly, I know that there are too many people who will never experience the joy that a loving relationship brings. Some are in committed relationships. It would be a shame for me to ever take love for granted or to underappreciate what it means to me. I want help others to learn the lessons I’ve learned about giving and receiving love before it is too late.”
A Love For Life