Trip Recap: Charlotte (Athletics)
This fall break, Lipscomb Missions excitedly launched a new mission trip, taking a small team of Lipscomb athletes to Charlotte where they partnered with local non-profit ministry Project 658, serving the refugee population of the city through relationship, sports and other outreach.
Rob Touchstone: Where Faith, Business, and Culture Unite
Rob Touchstone is Lipscomb’s Director of Missional Entrepreneurship, a fairly new idea on the global academic scene and brand new to Lipscomb. With his 16 years of youth ministry, theological training, and real life experience in co-founding The Well Coffeehouse, it's evident that he has been positioned for a time such as this.
Jack Judkins: From Cali to Kamulu
In 2014, Jack Judkins chose to leave Campbell, California and make the trek to Lipscomb University in Nashville. Through a collaboration between Lipscomb Missions and Otter Creek Church, Jack spent four weeks in Nairobi, Kenya working with the organization Made In the Streets where he would teach and invest in the lives of teens pulled off of the streets and out of addictions and into a life of hope.
When the Final Whistle Blows
The scoreboard in sports can represent a number of different things. For athletics, this image of the scoreboard is one that we take seriously. As believers, we have these seasons where we are defeated and Satan taunts us, but at the end of the day our scoreboard proudly proclaims that we are victorious in Christ.