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LCU’s Missions Program is Changing the Mission FieldJun. 18, 2014

Jim Beck, Director of World Missions Training and Assistant Professor of Missions at Lubbock Christian University, believes a divine global movement has taken place in terms of mission work and LCU is in the midst of this great shift. A new generation of thinkers armed with compassionate hearts, have slowly shifted the mission field from an... view full story


Students Spend Summer Interning in Nation's Capital Jun. 2, 2014

Five Lubbock Christian University students and one recent alum are spending their summer pursing academic internships in Washington, D.C., with the LCU in Washington program. Though these students are sacrificing traditional summer activities and relaxation, they are optimistic on what they have to gain. Getting to explore a city filled with... view full story


LCU Offers Art Camp Among OthersMay. 28, 2014

This summer, in addition to the traditional camps hosted by Lubbock Christian University, a week of art lessons will be available for youth at the second Get smART Camp. Get smART will be held on Monday, July 14 through Friday, July 18. Campers aged 8-14 will take lessons in clay, oil pastel-watercolor resist drawings, sculpture, collage, and... view full story


LCU Associates Hosting Mini-Fair on CampusMay. 21, 2014

The Lubbock Christian University Associates are hosting an evening “At the Fair” on Friday at 6:15 pm in the Student Union Building (SUB). For $10 per person, guests can enjoy fair food, including Mexican street corn, homemade pie, hot dogs, and Frito pie. Musical group Brazos West will entertain guests throughout the evening. “At the Fair” was... view full story


U.S. Presidential Portrait Collection CompletedMay. 16, 2014

Lubbock Christian University recently celebrated the completion of their unique collection of original portraits of U.S. Presidents, which will be on display in the Cardwell Welcome Center Rotunda through May 30. LCU came to own one of eight collections of presidential portraits in July of 1978 when Mr. and Mrs. M.L. Clayton gave the university... view full story


Family Nurse Practitioner Program BeginsMay. 9, 2014

The first group of students to enroll in the Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) track began classes this month. The Lubbock Christian University department of nursing added this program in response to a growing demand for FNP’s in Texas. The FNP track is a 46 credit hour program designed to prepare graduates to assume a primary care role in the... view full story


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Last Updated: Aug 05, 2014