On September 27, 2012, President L. Timothy Perrin, J.D. was officially inaugurated as the sixth president of Lubbock Christian University. A week of activities marked the ceremonial beginning of Tim Perrin’s presidency. The theme for the Inauguration was “Faith and Learning: The Enduring Idea of a Christian University.”
Activities were carefully selected to provide opportunities for scholarly dialogue, to show appreciation of the university’s heritage and recognition of past LCU leadership, to worship and acknowledge the unfailing love of God, and to share President Perrin’s vision for the future.
September 23rd- The week began with an area wide worship service led by Ken Young (’87) and Best Friends. Dr. Ken Durham, Bible professor at Lipscomb University, gave the lesson.
September 24th- LCU Chancellor, Dr. Ken Jones, spoke in chapel, and president of Baylor University, Ken Starr, spoke after an invitation dinner.
September 25th- LCU First Lady, Lucy Perrin, spoke in chapel and had a luncheon. Visitors celebrated the arts with a South Plains Wood Turners exhibition and a LCU Praise Choir and Symphonic Band concert.
September 26th-President Perrin recognized former LCU presidents in chapel, and the afternoon was filled with theological discussions before President Perrin spoke at Alpha Chi Devo.
September 27th- L. Timothy Perrin became the official president of Lubbock Christian University at the Investiture Convocation, which took place in the Rip Griffin Center. The ceremony contained the Praise Choir and Band, a reading of Psalms 121, video footage of founding president Dr. F. W. Mattox, and President Perrin receiving the presidential medallion and chain of office.