From October 3-4, Lubbock Christian University welcomed guests to campus for the annual Moser Ministry Conference. Over the past ten years, LCU has hosted the conference devoted to different aspects of ministry, featuring many distinguished speakers and leaders in the Christian community.
This year’s theme was entitled, “Do This in Remembrance of Me - Forming Disciples through Shared Memory,” focusing on the importance of memory to the formation of Christian identity. This theme, as an extension of LCU’s 60th Anniversary Celebration, featured different LCU Alumni as speakers:
- Randy Fenter ('75)
- Dyron Daughrity ('95)
- Hannah Sutton ('15)
- Gary Head ('13)
Each year, LCU recognizes several of its Bible students for their dedication, both academically and spiritually.
Jonathan Wynne was honored this year with the K.C. Moser Student Ministry Award. Jonathan is a missions major whom will be graduating this December. The award is given “in acknowledgment of his spirit of determination, his thirst for knowing Christ, his heart for service and his passion for living and proclaiming Jesus Christ.”
Another student, Taylor Bonner, a Biblical text major, was honored with the Charles and Judy Siburt Christian Character Award "in acknowledgement of his recognizable love for Christ and His church, his demonstration of spiritual maturity, and his commitment to growing in Christian virtue."
The conference featured times of worship, a banquet, and times of fellowship over the two-day event. If you would like to view main speaker presentations for this year, each of the 6 sessions are available on the Moser Ministry page.