More Than Conquerors
School of Theology
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Ennis, Texas
U.S.A.
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MTC IS A MINISTRY OF EVANGELISTIC MESSENGERS ASSOCIATION CHURCH.
EMA was recognized as a non-profit religious corporation chartered by the State of Illinois in 1933. EMA provides ministerial credentials to approximately 2,000 ministers working for our Lord in 44+ countries of the world.

Evangelistic Messengers Association Church is a Texas non-for-profit corporation.
MTC was established in Cleveland, Tennessee in 1992. In 1995 More Than Winners (MTC Romania) became a reality in Dallas with extensions in Arad and Suceava, Romania. On July 31, 2009, More Than Winners School of Theology signed a partnership agreement with Eastern European Bible College from Oradea, Romania. Together, they offered a four-year, distance education program that has been developed by the IEF and Christian Life College in Prospect, Illinois. EEBC is accredited by the European Evangelical Association of Bible Schools and Colleges, while CLC is accredited by TRACS.

On January 1, 2013, MTW merged with MTC forming a single entity. Prior partnerships are still valid and operating. 
A STROLL DOWN MEMORY LANE
FACILITIES IN CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 
 WHERE MTC WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1992.
J. David Ford
1992











First MTC extension in Amasri, Nigeria 
1994











Uzgorod, Ukraine
UNDER CONSTRUCTION... MUCH MORE TO BE ADDED
1999













Arad, Romania Graduation

THE FORD FAMILY MAY BE THE MOST MINISTRY ORIENTED FAMILY IN THE WORLD...

The foundation of More Than Conquerors School of Theology was laid more than 200 years ago.

Dr. J. David Ford established MTC in 1992, but the vision of ministry has been passed down the Ford family from “generation to generation” since the 1700's.

David Ford's father, Rev. O. L. Ford, who lived from 1901-1955, established the Evangelistic Messengers Association in Chicago on March 3, 1933.

O. L.'s father, James Ford 1859 - 1943; filled the pulpit as needed and was always ready at anytime to minister God's Word.

James' father, Rev. John P. Ford 1822 -1880; rode many a mile as a circuit riding preacher.

John's father, Rev. William Webber Ford 1796 -1851; was a minister of God's Word. 

William's father, Timothy Ford 1773 - 1839; was a teacher. 

Timothy’s father, Rev. Reuben Ford 1742 - 1823; founded five churches in the Richmond, Virginia area. All five of these churches are still having services today.

Rev. Reuben Ford and Rev. William Webber 1747-1809; were both Dr. Ford’s great-great-great-great-grandfathers. 

These two ministers... probably more than anyone else, were greatly used of God. According to historical markers in Virginia, both Reuben and William were instrumental in helping to secure the First Amendment of separation of Church and state into our Bill of Rights. Both of these brethern worked with George Washington to insure this. 

George Washington wrote them stating he would never have signed the constitution if he had thought that religious freedom was not insured for all the people who lived in the colonies.

God also used Reuben and William to found the first ministerial fellowship in Virginia in the 1700’s, that still is going until this day. Then later my father O.L. Ford founded the ministry as we know it today... the Evangelistic Messengers Association.

Incidentally, Reuben Ford was saved under the minister of George Whitefield. He also personally experienced the Great Awakening that swept through the colonies as well as his church.

Dr. Ford and students at MTC share in a great family heritage of ministers whom God used to help shape America. 

Dr. Ford and students at MTC share in a great family heritage of ministers whom God used to help shape America.  


  Dr. J. David Ford










​ Founder/President of MTC
  Curriculum Development/Professor


Dr. Ford began ministering on radio and in revivals at the early age of five. He has spent most of his life as a student and teacher of the Word. 

Since beginning in the ministry full time in 1970, Brother Ford has ministered as an evangelist, pastor, Christian school principal and Bible college professor.

His ministry background also includes directing a rehabilitation ministry for drug addicts and alcoholics, and a radio and street ministry. 

Brother Ford’s ministry has taken him into all 50 states. After taking his first mission trip in 1976, he has been very active in world evangelization and has continued to travel to a host of nations on a regular basis. 

Brother Ford received his Bachelor of Theology from Christian Bible College and Master and Doctorate in Theology from Andersonville Baptist Seminary. 

His experiences, from almost 40 years of ministry and personally training thousands of pastors around the world, enable Brother Ford to teach the Word of God in a very unique way. Because of his manner of teaching, students are able to better understand and apply God’s Word to their lives. 

Brother Ford has been president of Evangelistic Messengers’ Association since 1987. He is also pastor of Evangelistic Messengers Association Church in Ennis, Texas. Brother Ford is also Founder and Executive Director of New Hope Children’s Foundation in Nicaragua. 

HISTORY 
MTC is a ministry to the nations of Evangelistic Messengers Association. E.M.A. was established as a ministry to "independent" ministers in 1933. Evangelistic in "vision," with a "desire" to be God's messengers to the nations.