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"Neither height not depth, nor anything else in creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord." Romans 8:39

International Food Festival

ISA's first ever big event was such a huge success! Thank you to everyone who came out and had a lot of fun! We hope to see you again next year!

LCU Alliance Team

LCU Ambassadors...are you looking for a way to increase your service to the university? Applications are now being accepted for the LCU 2015-2016 Alliance team. Applications are available in Admissions. If you have questions, please email Shelley Parnell ( or talk to a current Alliance member.

Orientation Leader Sign Ups!!

Do you want to connect with incoming freshmen and welcome new students on campus in August? If so, sign up to be an orientation leader! Applications are in the Student Affairs office and interviews will be Thursday, April 9th. Pick up an application and sign up for an interview time today!

Pine Springs!

What would Pine Springs be without their famous Baked Oatmeal breakfast...or breakfast at all? If you want to work at camp with your peers in the beautiful mountains of New Mexico, here's your chance! Pine Springs is looking for a few more students to work as kitchen staff. You will form lasting friendships as you fulfill a critical role making camp a life-changing... and delicious... experience in the lives of the campers. If you want first-hand information about working at Pine Springs, contact kitchen-staff veteran, Ellen Moreno, or pick up an application in the student affairs office today!

Spiritual Renewal Week: Defying Death

Monday night March 30th at 7 o'clock-at the cChap Candle light devo featuring Johnathan Dansby teaching and Joshua Dansby leading singing. There will be free milk and cookies
Tuesday the 31st - Blur
Wednesday the 1st - in the sub at 9 o'clock teaming up with Alpha Chi Devo. Chance Juliano will be leading a discussion.
Thursday the 2nd at 7 o'clock - in the SUB there will be a panel discussion featuring President Perrin, Dr. Cary, Master Bonner and Dr. Young. "Pandora's Box" will be at each event during the week and in the SUB in between events. Feel free to write questions that will be addressed by these professors at this event.
There will also be free shirts given out at each event

Volunteers needed for a water stop at the Willie McCool Memorial Half Marathon

Willie McCool Memorial Half Marathon & 5K/10K
DATE: Saturday - April 11, 2015 - 8:00 AM

The Silent Wings Museum provides the perfect backdrop to "imagine" your run taking you out of this world. Willie McCool was the Pilot of the Space Shuttle Columbia (January - February 2003), a graduate of Lubbock's Coronado High School (1979) and loved running.

Please contact Mary Rose Garcia ( or Karen Greer ( if you are interested in volunteering for this event. Open to students, faculty, or staff. Please respond by Tue Mar 31, 5pm.


All incomplete work, IP or PR, must be completed by April 3 for student to be eligible for Spring graduation
Be inspired to greater success by the stories of: Dee Ann Turner, Holly M. Duncan, Kathrine Lee, Marcylle Combs

Easter break

April 03
Campus Holiday

Chap Days

April 06 @08:30 am
Visit campus. Visit with a professor. Eat a bite at the Cafe or the Take 10. Register for a class.

The Duster Today

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Kohnle Hits Three Doubles and LCU Topped ENMU In Strikeout Filled Game

LUBBOCK, Texas (March 31, 2015) – Ethan Kohnle tied a program single-game record with three doubles and his four runs-batted-in helped Lubbock Christian University end a three-game losing streak and extend a streak of consecutive wins in nonconference games to six with a 13-10 win over Eastern New Mexico University Tuesday evening at Hays Field.

LCU overpowered by No. 2 WT in doubleheader, drops final game in extra inning

CANYON, Texas (March 31, 2015) – A walk-off single by No. 2 West Texas A&M's Allie Smith in the eighth inning capped a furious rally over Lubbock Christian in which WT stormed back after trailing by four runs in the seventh inning to take the second game of a doubleheader, 7-6, that followed a 12-2 beating by the Lady Buffs in game one where the Lady Chaps tied a season-low with four hits and gave up 10 walks.

Chaps and Greyhounds Meeting Up For Tuesday Tilt At Home


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