Olivet Ministries International

"How beautiful are the feet of them that preach,

the gospel of peace," Rom. 10:14-15

Rev. Glenn Bromwell has been in the ministry for over 35 years. He taught Bible, Science, & History at "New Freedom Christian School" in PA, as well as filling the pulpit for pastor Mark Hopkins. He taught Bible & History at Maranatha Baptist Church Academy, taught some evening classes in their Bible College, and led their church choir for 10 years for Dr. Allen Dickerson. He served as the Youth Pastor at 'Baptist Bible Church' of Elkton where he taught Sunday School, filled the pulpit for Dr. Tom Berry & Dr. Tim Britton, initiated the 'Thanksgiving Food Drive' in Cecil County, and started the Nursing Home Ministry at Calvert Manor. He then became the principle and administrator of "Elkton Christian School". After that he was made the 'Outreach Pastor' of Crossroads Bible Church to oversee visitation, nursing homes, hospital, & prison ministries, including weekly visits of the sick and elderly. Glenn has been a Chaplin at Cecil County Detention Center since 2006 and speaks there weekly. He also conducts a weekly prayer breakfast, oversees the "Seasoned Saint Ministry" and works with the 'Paris Foundation Ministry' designed to feed the homeless in Elkton and the surrounding areas at his church and a myriad of other ministries too numerous to mention. To say that Glenn is qualified to fill the position as the "Shepherd's Feet" is again an understatement, if anything he is overqualified.

Rev. Roger T. Boguski

Director Greater Baltimore Ministries


Greater Baltimore Ministries
P.O. Box # 122
Lewisville, PA 19351

"Then said Jesus unto him,

Go, and do thou likewise." Luke 10:30-37

Lt. Albert 'Skip' Snelson retired from Prince George's County Fire Dept. after 31 years and has a burden for the homeless and helpless in the "Greater Baltimore" area. For over 10 years Skip has had a ministry called "Shepherd's Hands" reaching out to the desperate and the destitute on the streets, in the alleys, and on the street corners of Baltimore city with a "helping hand". Skip volunteered at the "Appalachian Outreach Mission" for 10 years until it closed down, now he teaches and preaches at the "Westminster Rescue Mission" each week. He is on the board of directors at "Mission Possible" in the inner city of Baltimore where he ministers to the homeless and helpless each month setting up tables of used clothing, tracts, Bibles, and food, grilling out hotdogs. Although Skip has retired from Prince George's County, he still works part time for Lisbon Fire Dept. in Howard County. Skip also serves on the board of directors at Olivet Ministries International. So to say that Skip is qualified and equipped to fill the ministry of "Shepherd's Hands" that God has called him to, is an understatement.

Rev. Roger T. Boguski

Director Greater Baltimore Ministries

"Shepherd's Feet"

"Shepherd's Hands"

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