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From the moment that you step onto our campus, you will know that LCU is a special place, committed to the our Christian Mission and the spiritual well being of our students, faculty, and staff alike. With an incredible variety of opportunities to serve others, enrich your own spiritual life, and show Christ to the world around us, you will be hard pressed to find another campus that fosters spiritual growth like LCU. Our faculty and staff truly believe that LCU is not just a job, but a mission of service to God, and to you - the student. At LCU, you will have an opportunity to contribute to and benefit from this spiritually deep, Christ-centered culture.

Caption for 24 Hour Scripture Reading Video. We're about to start our 24-hour reading of the New Testament I'll be reading starting in the book of Matthew chapter 1 verse we are standing on the campus of Lubbock Christian University in the midst of our 24-hour reading of the New Testament starting in Matthew finishing in Revelation as many times as we can and in the middle of our reading of the New Testament we are pausing to stand in the circle of family with our brothers and our sisters in Kenya two weeks ago on Thursday a hundred and forty seven students out of school of 700 were killed for their faith in Kenya and a lot of LCU has been to Kenya we've had a lot of students there a lot of faculty that have spent many many years in Kenya and so we simply thought it appropriate that we stand alongside them in prayer and to remember them to recognize them to be in solidarity with them to pray for them to pray not only for those who died but to pray for those who did the killing there be peace on earth and so what we're doing tonight it is not a publicity stunt it's not to draw attention to anybody but God and the people in Kenya it's part of the life of LCU I think that these are the things that we tried to do we tried to be aware of what's happening in the world and stand in solidarity with people who suffer even if it's simply gathering around and praying so that's what we're doing tonight this place is one that changes lives for the better and it happens through events like this through our New Testament reading for 24 hours and for our our gathering together to stand with our brothers and sisters who have either lost loved ones in Kenya or around the world those who are suffering those who are perhaps in despair those who find themselves at the hand of an oppressor it is our task to stand next to them intercede on their behalf and love them and it's certainly left" we're about to start our 24-hour reading of the New Testament I'll be reading starting in the book of Matthew chapter 1 verse we are standing on the campus of Lubbock Christian University in the midst of our 24-hour reading of the New Testament starting in Matthew finishing in Revelation as many times as we can and in the middle of our reading of the New Testament we are pausing to stand in the circle of family with our brothers and our sisters in Kenya two weeks ago on Thursday a hundred and forty seven students out of school of 700 were killed for their faith in Kenya and a lot of LCU has been to Kenya we've had a lot of students there a lot of faculty that have spent many many years in Kenya and so we simply thought it appropriate that we stand alongside them in prayer and to remember them to recognize them to be in solidarity with them to pray for them to pray not only for those who died but to pray for those who did the killing there be peace on earth and so what we're doing tonight it is not a publicity stunt it's not to draw attention to anybody but God and the people in Kenya it's part of the life of LCU I think that these are the things that we tried to do we tried to be aware of what's happening in the world and stand in solidarity with people who suffer even if it's simply gathering around and praying so that's what we're doing tonight this place is one that changes lives for the better and it happens through events like this through our New Testament reading for 24 hours and for our our gathering together to stand with our brothers and sisters who have either lost loved ones in Kenya or around the world those who are suffering those who are perhaps in despair those who find themselves at the hand of an oppressor it is our task to stand next to them intercede on their behalf and love them and it's certainly left