LCU Blog

  • How to Properly Interpret Scripture (11/12/2019) - Introduction I'm going to address a question crucial in dealing with any aspect of Christian doctrine: how do we correctly interpret what the Bible is actually saying to us? What I'm about to share is how I examine the Scriptures when I am seeking what God has to say as I write. Most of it…
  • The way of peace that began with the Christmas story (12/2/2019) - “The way of peace that began with the Christmas story” When December rolls around each year, the most wonderful time of the year is especially exciting for us Christians. We know that this is a short, but blessed time when everyone has to notice the celebration of the Christ child coming to the earth as…
  • A Semi-Scholarly Analysis of the Book of Job (11/14/2019) - Introduction Anytime you start proclaiming to fellow believers of other doctrinal persuasions that God is a good God and doesn't go around inflicting disaster, death, and destruction upon His children to "teach them something," almost always the first objection you will encounter is this challenge: "Well, what about Job?" This challenge is waved as if…
  • The Russ Montgomery Story (11/6/2019) - In October 1998, Russ Montgomery carried into Cuba a leather bound Life Application Bible for Fidel Castro. In November, Russ received word that Fidel had read the Gospel of Luke and the study notes, which gave him a new understanding of the meaning of Christmas. Russ was delighted – and even more so in December…
  • Our Campus in Brooksville, FL (11/6/2019) - As an educator, you are thrilled when your students succeed in life. I felt such joy as I read a report last week from an alumnus with a Doctor of Ministry degree. She is the Director for our campus in Brooksville, a small community of about 8,000 located about 40 minutes north of Tampa. This…
  • The Lance Halick Story (11/6/2019) - Dr. Lance Halick, a successful Christian businessman in Canton, Georgia, vividly recalls the night his life changed its course forever. It started simply enough as a night out with his family. Lance and his wife, Debi, treated their family to a performance of the musical “Jesus Christ Superstar” in 2008. Sitting in the audience, as the…
  • It’s Transformational! (11/6/2019) - I want to tell you what LCU has meant to me. If I could describe it in one word, it would be “transformational.” When I came to this school, the very first thing that I knew that was important to me was I wanted to transform into looking more like Christ. I knew that was…
  • A Life-Changing University (11/6/2019) -   I’ve been at the University for approximately five years. I tell people often that it’s a “life-changing” University. In so many ways it has changed me and allowed me to minister to so many people and share the Word of God with them. This changed my life! According to Dr. Wingate, when he first…
  • God’s Work in My Life (11/6/2019) - What LCU means to me is this: it has given me a rock, a solid foundation, that has grown deep roots in me. It has taught me about biblical principles that have changed my life. When I first started going to LCU, I didn’t have a means to pay for Bible College. I just went…
  • No Longer a Caterpillar (11/6/2019) - What has LCU meant to me? All I can say is “transformation for my life.” You know how the caterpillar has to go to the cocoon stage for 5-21 days? After it comes out, it is no longer a caterpillar – it becomes a beautiful butterfly, and that’s how I can describe LCU. I may…
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