Harding University names new vice president for church relations
Dr. Dan Williams, minister of the College Avenue Church of Christ in El Dorado, Ark., will become the vice president for church relations at Harding University on June 1.
The announcement was made Monday by Dr. Bruce McLarty, president-designate of the school. McLarty will assume the presidency of Harding on June 1.
Williams has been the minister of the El Dorado church since 1985. Prior to his current ministry, Williams served churches in Virginia, Tennessee and North Carolina. He is also an adjunct faculty member of the Harding School of Theology in Memphis.
In making the announcement, McLarty said, “I am very pleased Dr. Williams will be joining the Harding staff and serving as a member of the presidential cabinet. One of the key elements in his new responsibilities is connecting with ministers and congregations throughout the world on behalf of Harding.
“Dr. Williams is already widely known throughout Churches of Christ because of his evangelistic curriculum for small group Bible studies and his daily email resources for ministers known as Preacher Stuff. He will be an excellent addition to our administrative team.”
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FeedbackPrayers and well-wishes to you, Dr. Williams. Many great friends and great memories came from my alma mater.(B.A. 1998). I pray that you can help, for all students present and future, the same blessings that I had. Thank you and God bless, Dr. Williams in the acceptance of the task ahead of you.Andrew NorrisApril, 17 2013I am so pleased to learn of Dr. Dan Williams’ appointment to this important position at Harding University. He has had a powerful ministry for years in El Dorado, AR and is one of the very finest preachers in the churches of Christ. He will be a great blessing to Harding University and our entire Christian family in the years ahead.Howard W. NortonApril, 18 2013Congratulations!Tom RileyApril, 18 2013A finer choice could not have been made!David SmithApril, 18 2013Congratulations.OBIA DANIEL UZOMA UKAEFUApril, 20 2013