LCU Mission Department Vision
Globally Aware, Socially Active, Spiritually Sensitive
A faith based, holistic, kingdom oriented educational experience consisting of part seminary (academic), part monastery (spiritual discipline) and part missions (application) aimed at preparing the student for life as well as ministry . . . ON EARTH AS IT IS IN HEAVEN . . .
Mission Department Values
- We value relationship with God, demonstrated through Jesus and enabled by the Holy Spirit
- We value the Word of God as both an instrument of understanding and knowing as well as an instrument of being understood and being known (Heb. 4:12)
- We value the Church as God's community of believers sent into a world of unbelief as instruments of God (Rev. 1:5-6)
- We value academics as a doorway into knowing the King of the people (Eph. 1:17-19)
- We value spiritual disciplines as a doorway into being kingdom people in this world (Eph. 3:16-19)
- We value mission/ministry as a doorway into participating in kingdom endeavors around the world (Heb. 12:1)
- We value the kingdom of God on earth as well as in heaven!
Mission Department Goals
- Practical and relational classes built around conversation and not just lectures
- Student/teacher relationship development inside and outside class
- Shared experience both locally and globally
- Globally Aware - Local and foreign mission point visits
- Socially Active - International Justice Mission (IJM) Chapter, social activism
- Spiritually Sensitive - A journey of faith, prayer, fasting and simplicity together
Kenya Missions Newsletter 2014
Newsletter 1, 3rd Term in Kenya
August 7, 2014
Jim Beck sends greetings from Kenya where the work of LCU students and faculty marks its 29th Anniversary. His newsletter is filled with stories of feeding the poor, caring for orphans, healing the sick, and making disciples who in turn are making disciples. For more information, read or download the complete newsletter from the LCU Missions page.