Ken has been with Union University since 2006, developing Christian studies academic programs in the Memphis area and
teaching at the graduate level. He earned his Ph.D. from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and his Master of
Divinity from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He has been teaching full time since 1980, focusing on New Testament and Greek.
Ken has published several Bible-based books and loves to preach and teach God's Word in local church settings. His wife Nancy
teaches in Union's graduate teacher education programs, and their married son Jordan lives in the Boston area.
David holds the Stephen Olford Chair of Preaching at
Union University, a professorship named in
honor of his late father. He has served as
President of Olford Ministries International
and Director of Studies at Olford Biblical
Training Center. Dr. Olford holds a B.A.
and M.A. from Wheaton College and a Ph.D
from Sheffield University.
Institute Lecturer & Curator of the T.S. Rendall Collection
Dr. Rendall served for 43 years on the staff of Prairie Bible Institute, Three Hills, Alberta, Canada, as a faculty member,
as an administrator, and as editor of the Institute's monthly periodicals, Prairie Overcomer and Young Pilot.
From 1986 until 1992 he served as Institute President. For 23 years of his time at Prairie, he also served as
Senior Pastor of the campus church, the Prairie Tabernacle Congregation. He is the author of several books, including studies of Nehemiah, Elisha and Jeremiah. He now serves as Lecturer at the Olford Center and as Curator of the T.S.Rendall Collection. He has been honored by being recognized as Chancellor Emeritus of the Prairie Bible Institute and Pastor Emeritus of the Prairie Tabernacle Congregation.
Dr. Rendall and his wife Hester have traveled extensively, speaking and preaching at conferences and churches in over 30 countries. Mrs. Hester Rendall served for over 30 years in Canada with The Faith Mission, which originated in Scotland.
Dr. Frank Anderson earned a Master of Divinity (M.Div.) and the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) degrees from
Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary. Dr. Anderson served on the faculty of Crichton College as Assistant Professor of
Bible and Theology (2000). Since 1998, he has served in adjunct teaching capacities at Mid-America Baptist Theological
Seminary, Reformed Theological Seminary, and Union University. Dr. Anderson has also served as Pastor of True Light Baptist Church, in Memphis, since 1992.