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The Papers of Lloyd John Ogilvie, 1958-2006 documents the ministry of Lloyd John Ogilvie with special focus on his years at First Presbyterian Church of Hollywood and his “Let God Love You” radio ministry. The collection also contains prayer manuscripts and special messages delivered by Dr. Ogilvie during his years as Chaplain of the United States Senate as well as personal correspondence. There are three main components to the collection. The first is a complete collection of Dr. Ogilvie’s recorded sermons and teachings. The second is an extensive collection of Dr. Ogilvie’s sermon notes and manuscripts which compliment his recorded messages as well as a complete collection of his senate prayers and Bible study notes from his years as Senate Chaplain. The third component includes the books and articles which grew out of both pastoral and chaplaincy ministries. The printed materials have been catalogued as the Lloyd John Ogilvie Special Collection.
Dr. Lloyd John Ogilvie (September 2, 1930-June 5, 2019) served as 61st Chaplain of the United States (1995-2003), Pastor of First Presbyterian Church of Hollywood (1972-1995), and Fuller Seminary Trustee. During his time in California, Ogilvie started his nationally syndicated radio and television program, “Let God Love You.” He set up a non-profit organization, independent of the program or First Presbyterian Church of Hollywood, “Lloyd Ogilvie Ministries,” which oversaw and managed the media ministry. In 2003 Dr. Ogilvie retired from the Senate and continued to accept speaking engagements through “Leadership Unlimited” and the Lloyd John Ogilvie Institute of Preaching in the Brehm Center for Worship, Theology, and the Arts at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California.
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