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Life-Time of Service Awarded with Honorary DegreeDec. 11, 2013

Alice O’Bryan received an honorary Lubbock Christian University Bachelor of Science and Nursing degree in October for her lifetime of dedication to nursing. The degree and pinning were presented in Albuquerque, NM. Thirteen family members, thirteen LCU graduate nursing students, and four LCU nursing faculty attended the ceremony to support the... view full story


Hundreds Enjoy the Big Blue Family ChristmasDec. 6, 2013

A beautifully cool winter evening without any breeze was the back drop for Lubbock Christian University’s first Big Blue Family Christmas. Approximately 800 to 1,000 people attended the evening filled with hand-on activities for children, fellowship and socializing around the hot apple cider and hot chocolate tables, all with an outdoor showing of... view full story


Big Blue Family ChristmasNov. 26, 2013

Lubbock Christian University presents the first ever Big Blue Family Christmas. Families and members of the Lubbock community are welcome to join LCU students, alumni, faculty, and staff for an evening packed with events beginning at 5:30pm on Monday, December 2. Pictures with Santa will be held in the Betty Hancock Parlor, and guests can enjoy... view full story


LCU Receives $10 Million GiftNov. 21, 2013

The Lubbock Christian University Foundation announced today that a $10 million gift has been given to construct a new nursing building on the campus of Lubbock Christian University. The gift was generously donated by the J.T. and Margaret Talkington Charitable Foundation in honor of Margaret Talkington, and it is the largest gift the LCU... view full story


Blur: One Body, Many StoriesNov. 19, 2013

Tonight at 7pm in the McDonald Moody Auditorium, four LCU students will share their testimonies of faith for the second Blur of the semester. Tonight’s stories are about the struggles of death, grief, addiction, misfortune, and insecurity, but in the end, each testimony reflects a God who is bigger. The four students will share their... view full story


Lubbock Principal's Art Tells a Greater StoryNov. 11, 2013

It took Dr. Samuel Ayers 21 years to complete an art exhibit full of religious themed relief prints. His “Good News of Great Joy” reception was held on November 11, and the exhibit will run through December 6 in the Diana Ling Center for Academic Achievement. Dr. Ayers found his interest in art when he was a child watching his father doodle. He... view full story


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