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Written by Terry Greenberg and Renee Rhodes

The Creech family has changed Kenya – and Kenya has changed the Midland family, especially through their involvement with Kenya Widows and Orphans Ministries (KWO).

Terry Creech (’81) met his wife, Cherie (’79) at LCU. They married, moved to...

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Written by Shannon Sudduth

Matt Bumstead, a distinguished Lubbock businessman and active member of the community, was named CEO in Residence for the Lubbock Christian University School of Business at a reception Tuesday.

Bumstead is best known for his former role as...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

Lubbock Christian University was featured on The Chronicle of Higher Education’s list of Great Colleges to Work For (GCWF) in 2016. LCU was also named to the Honor Roll of recognized institutions.

“This recognition from the Chronicle of Higher...

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Written by Bobby Hooten

Fellow American, a band with several LCU alumni, continues to serve the community, both at LCU and beyond.

Early in June, LCU hosted Encounter, a summer camp for high school students, during which the campus hosted over 500 campers.  Each evening of...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

Camp Champion, hosted each summer at Lubbock Christian University, is an immersive camp that emphasizes spiritual values and self-esteem for...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

An extensive collection of texts and resources related to Boethius – an important philosopher from Roman times – has found a home at Lubbock Christian University.

Dr. Kenneth Hawley, LCU professor of English and co-editor of the Carmina...

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Written by Renee Rhodes

I also thought it might be fun for you to know that no small number of our regular leaders are LCU alumni and/or current students, and moreover, several of our leaders/alumni serve on staff at LCU. Those include:

-Kenneth Hawley

-Deborah Hawley ...

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Written by Kenneth Hawley

((Dr. Kenneth Hawley's perspective, along with Dr. Matt Byars's, was recently featured in "An LCU Professor Perspective – Storytelling and the Evolution of Video Games." Here is a copy of Dr. Hawley's complete commentary on the development of video...

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Written by Bobby Hooten

What comes to mind when you hear the phrase video game?

  • A time-wasting activity a kid plays all day?
  • A target for people who worry about violence in our culture?

What about a growing platform where modern technology has allowed them to evolve into a...

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Written by Becca Walters

NCAA member schools have nominated 517 student athletes for the 2016 Woman of the Year award, a list that includes Nicole Hampton and Kelsey Hoppel of Lubbock Christian University.

The NCAA Woman of the Year award honors graduating female college...

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