Oral Roberts University to Honor Dr. Myles Munroe, Ruth Munroe, and Dr. Richard Pinder Tomorrow With Induction Onto Wall of Sacrifice


On November 9, 2014, three Oral Roberts University alumni were killed in a tragic plane crash in Grand Bahama, Bahamas. Dr. Myles and Ruth Munroe and Dr. Richard Pinder along with six others were on their way to a ministry conference. ORU will be honoring their memory through induction onto the Wall of Sacrifice as a part of Wednesday’s chapel service.

The Wall of Sacrifice honors members of the ORU community — alumni, students, and current and former trustees, faculty, and staff from 1965 to the present — who, in the act of taking the healing message of Jesus Christ to the world, suffered a sudden, unexpected, and untimely death.

When: Wednesday, February 18 at 11 a.m. CST. Event will conclude by noon.

Where: Christ’s Chapel on ORU’s campus

The media is invited to join ORU as they as they honor alumni Dr. Myles and Ruth Munroe and Dr. Richard Pinder with a formal induction onto the wall of sacrifice. A press box will be available. If unable to attend, ORU’s chapel service can be seen live at www.lifestream.tv/oruchapelservices.

About Oral Roberts University

Oral Roberts University is a world-renowned Christian university located in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Founded in 1963, ORU serves students from 50 states and more than 80 countries, representing over 40 denominations. ORU offers more than 65 undergraduate majors, 14 master’s programs and two doctoral degrees, plus NCAA Division I athletics. For more information on ORU, visit www.oru.edu.

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