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BLUR: A New CreationMar. 25, 2013

Last year around this time, BLUR featured short video clips of students retelling the story of Jesus’ life, death and resurrection in a powerful and unforgettable experience. This year promises to be just as memorable under the creative direction of Kris Schmitt, with Christian poet, David Bowden, taking the McDonald Moody stage accompanied by... view full story


CollideMar. 21, 2013

LCU works with Lubbock’s Link Ministries.  On Saturday, March 23rd, Lubbock Christian University students, faculty and staff will join together for the University’s sixth annual day of service called, "Collide."  Collide is sponsored by the Inter Club Counsel (ICC) with the goal of uniting LCU students from various... view full story


Florence Nightingale—A View of Integral and Holistic NursingMar. 18, 2013

On Thursday, March 21, and Friday, March 22, Prosperity Bank will partner with Lubbock Christian University and Covenant Health System to proudly present the Distinguished Speaker Series with internationally renowned holistic nursing pioneer, Dr. Barbara Dossey. Dr. Dossey will be speaking on Florence Nightingale--the philosophical founder of... view full story


C.S. Lewis and the Post Modern Generation: His Message 50 Years LaterMar. 18, 2013

On March 22nd at 7:00 p.m., Lubbock Christian University and the Lanier Theological Library of Houston will feature renowned theologian, Dr. Alister McGrath to present a lecture on C.S. Lewis and the Post Modern Generation. Dr. McGrath is currently undergoing research on the late C.S. Lewis. His new book entitled C.S. Lewis – A Life.... view full story


Child Abuse Seminar Raises Startling AwarenessMar. 8, 2013

Thursday night, the Lubbock Christian University behavioral sciences department hosted a seminar regarding children who have been victims of abuse. The event, entitled "Child Abuse: Changing Lives," was led by LCU Board of Trustee's member and Texas Tech professor Dr. Patti Patterson, MD, Director of the Pediatric Child Abuse Center in... view full story


Lubbock Christian University ENACTUS Team receives Sam's Club grantMar. 8, 2013

Lubbock Christian University’s ENACTUS team, formerly known as SIFE, received the Sam’s Club Step Up for Small Business grant in November of 2012.  The Sam’s Club grant is a $1,500 grant that is to be used toward building and strengthening a local small business’ foundation for long-term success through improved business practices.... view full story


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