Encounter LE, a weekend spiritual retreat to allow middle school and high school students a winter Encounter experience, was held Nov. 20 – 22. In its second year, Encounter LE provided a break for students to come to LCU and celebrate God during the...Continue reading
((The memorial service for Don Baldridge will be at Broadway Church of Christ on Sunday, December 13 at 3:00 p.m.))
J. Don Baldridge, a member of the founding LCU Board of Trustees, passed peacefully on Nov. 17, 2015 after a brief illness. He was 87...Continue reading
The 5th annual Chap Connection, a professional development workshop for new teachers hosted by the School of Education, was held Monday, Nov. 9, 2015. This year, 27 graduates returned to campus to take advantage of Chap Connection.
Chap Connection...Continue reading
The 13th annual Betenbough Homes Lectures on Youth and Family Ministry were held Nov. 5 – 6 with the theme “Bringing Generations Together for Spiritual Formation” from guest lecturer, Dr. Holly Allen.
Each year, the lectures are generously funded by...Continue reading
On Thursday Oct. 29, astronaut and scientist Dr. Larry DeLucas spoke to students about his experiences in space and in the scientific field at 3 p.m. in the W.R. Collier Auditorium.
DeLucas works as a biochemist to grow high density protein...Continue reading
Lubbock Christian University was recognized for raising over $11,000 for Make-A-Wish during the 2014-15 academic year, the fourth-highest total in NCAA Division II.
The years fundraising efforts culminated in LCU revealing and granting a wish to...Continue reading
On Tuesday, Oct. 27, the fourth annual LCU & Lanier Theological Library Lecture featured Dr. Peter J. Williams speaking on the topic, “Does the Bible Support Slavery?” in the W.R. Collier Auditorium.
"The issue of slavery is important today because...Continue reading
On Tuesday, Oct. 20, singer and songwriter Meg Sutherland performed songs from her album, “Courage, Dear Heart,” at LCU.
Sutherland began learning piano at age five, and has been singing as long as she can remember. At age 14, she began songwriting...Continue reading
On Tuesday Oct. 13, 2015, LCU hosted “An Evening of Inspiration with Bob Goff,” the New York Times Best Selling Author of "Love Does." This was the inaugural event in a series of inspiring guests set to visit LCU.
The evening was made possible...Continue reading
On Wednesday Oct. 7, 2015, LCU welcomed Earl Young, 1960 Olympic gold medalist in the 4x400 meter relay, to campus to speak in chapel and promote awareness for blood cancer.
Kecia Jackson introduced Young, who brought his medal to show students....Continue reading