The Denver Post - - BUSINESS -

A deal struck last month will en­able An­drew Wommack Min­istries to move its cor­po­rate head­quar­ters and tele­vi­sion stu­dio to Wood­land Park from Colorado Springs, build a new Bi­ble school, and broaden its evan­gel­i­cal Chris­tian out­reach.

The or­ga­ni­za­tion has signed a lease with in­tent to pur­chase on 336 acres owned by Stur­man In­dus­tries. The prop­erty is ad­ja­cent to the min­istry’s Charis Bi­ble Col­lege.

“We’re in a pe­riod of real struc­tured growth,” Wommack CEO Paul Mil­li­gan said. “This gives us the abil­ity to spread out.”

The ex­pan­sion will bring An­drew Wommack Min­istries’ Wood­land Park cam­pus to nearly 500 acres. Wommack’s op­er­a­tion has grown about 60 per­cent in the past three years, Mil­li­gan said.

Stur­man In­dus­tries will con­tinue to oc­cupy a por­tion of the prop­erty’s main, 60,000-square-foot build­ing, owner Carol Stur­man said. “We’re still a com­pany in op­er­a­tion, but it’s not as big as it was in the past, and we aren’t fully uti­liz­ing the build­ing.”

Af­ter mak­ing mod­i­fi­ca­tions to ac­com­mo­date a tele­vi­sion pro­duc­tion stu­dio, Wommack will move all 200 em­ploy­ees to Wood­land Park. The or­ga­ni­za­tion al­ready has about 300 em­ploy­ees work­ing in Wood­land Park. — The Gazette

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