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Former Director of the U.S. Mint Edmund Moy Speaks at Union University

by Benjamin Skye | May 3, 2011 | Newsletters 0 Comments


During a recent visit, Edmund Moy, former director of the U.S. Mint and aide to President George W. Bush encouraged students to practice integrity in the workplace.

Edmund Moy believes that Christians are called to ministry in the workplace and that integrity is essential for true success.

Edmund Moy believes that Christians are called to ministry in the workplace and that integrity is essential for true success.

On March 29, 2011, students at Union University’s McAfee School of Business had the opportunity to hear Edmund Moy, the former director of the U.S. Mint and aide to President George W. Bush, speak during the “Business Through the Eyes of Faith Luncheon.” In his address, Moy encouraged those present to take integrity seriously in their careers. He also shared with the students an experience he had in his first job after graduation where his Christian faith and virtues were challenged by his supervisor.

During his visit on campus, Moy also took the opportunity to speak in several business classes. As a matter of fact, he even met with some of the Union Business students’ one-on-one to answer their questions.

Moy paid compliment to the excellence of Christian education at Union University when he said, ““One of the things that has attracted me to spending more time at Union University was the wonderful training they got, not only in academics, but in how to integrate their faith into all aspects of their life, including their workplace.”

Union University is one of several of ELI 360’s partner universities. ELI 360 selects its partner universities based on 13 Characteristics of Excellence. We believe in the importance of a holistic model of education that emphasizes discipleship and training individuals to be grounded in integrity and ethical behavior.

To learn more about Moy’s visit at Union University’s McAfee School of Business, please click here.

You can also click here to read about ELI 360’s 13 Characteristics of Excellence.

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