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Written by Kathleen Wyly

A small community called Loma Negra on the western coast of Peru is a place with stray mange dogs and trash lining the streets, roofs falling apart on thatch houses, dirt floors and an unclean water source. Dr. Andy Laughlin led a team of 16 LCU...

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Written by Kathleen Wyly

The West Texas Branch of the US Green Building Council (USGBC) toured LCU’s Cardwell Welcome Center on Thursday evening, May 23rd. The Cardwell Welcome Center received the US Green Building Council LEED Platinum Certification in late 2011. At the...

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Written by Kathleen Wyly

Lubbock Christian University’s Head Chef, Randy White, recently won the Iron Chef for Javelina Dining’s first Iron Chef Competition at Texas A&M University-Kingsville. White competed against four other chefs from various Texas universities on May...

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Written by Kathleen Wyly

“Psalm 128 -- that’s the story of our family. We’re not going to back off,” Alan Robertson said after reading the song of David to the Dynasty of Faith crowd in Midland, TX Saturday night. It is a psalm about fearing the Lord and the blessings that...

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Written by Kathleen Wyly

LCU alum John Knox (’84) stood outside the Granbury Church of Christ with the congregation he ministers to on Wednesday night as they watched the EF-4 tornado sweep across the Rancho Brazos region of Granbury, only 8 miles from where they stood....

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Written by Kathleen Wyly

A select group of Lubbock Christian University pre-medical students are headed to the rural community of Loma Negra, in the Piura region of Peru, for an LCU and Olive Branch Ministries International medical mission trip on May 11th. This is the...

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