Matthew R. Perry

Olford Ministries to Merge with Union University

In Preaching on April 24, 2007 at 3:05 pm

I just received this e-mail from Olford Ministries which helps men in the work of expository preaching — they are now merging with Union University. Here’s the letter:

Dear Friend of Olford Ministries International, Inc.,

We have very important and “extremely exciting” news to share with you. The press release below will give you some of the details. This is just a personal word to let you know of our sincere appreciation for your continued interest and involvement in the ministry of OMI, Inc.

Olford Ministries International, Inc. will be partnering with Union University to further our ministry goals. This relationship with Union started in a remarkable way. The decision to move forward in a strategic and organic relationship is taking place after much prayer, counsel, and discussion. We believe that God is in this, and “to God be the Glory.”

The Olford family and the Board of Directors have unanimously approved this merger, Lord willing on May 31st, which will open up new opportunities for teaching and training. On behalf of my wife, Ellen, and my mother, Mrs. Heather Olford, thank you for being a friend of this ministry.

We value your continued involvement in the future as we move into this new day of ministry. Keep in touch to find out more about what is taking place, and how we may be able to serve you better.

In Christ,

David L. Olford

I think this is an excellent move and will give the Olford Ministries some more exposure. What think ye?

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