BLUR Helps to Get New Semester Started
Molly Cox, Staff Writer
Aug. 30, 2013
BLUR is a ministry on the Lubbock Christian University campus.
Music filled the McDonald Moody Auditorium on the Lubbock Christian University campus in a very different way on the first Thursday evening of the fall semester. Friends were seen and small conversations were made, but as the lights dimmed, a hush fell over the crowd and Best Friends, the LCU a cappella group, came onto the stage to lead the worship section of BLUR. BLUR is a worship experience established in the fall of 2011 and it has been a staple on Lubbock Christian University's campus since then.
LCU had the immense pleasure of hosting Chartlon Taylor, senior minister of the Trenton Church of Christ in Trenton, Michigan, as the speaker for the first BLUR of 2013-14 and he brought a great message to the students as they returned to school on their first week. He spoke of a woman in the bible named Rahab, who feared God in such an immense way that she hid followers of him to protect their safety. He also explained that God is a merciful God, but he is also a just God. It was an extremely good message for students to hear as they start their college year off.