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Columbia Baptist Church makes large gift to LWC

By Duane Bonifer
News from Lindsey Wilson College

Sue Stivers, LWC Trustee and member of the Columbia Baptist Church presented a check for $1,000 on behalf of the church to Lindsey Wilson College President William T. Luckey Jr., at a 2010 Founders' Day event.

The gift was made to the college's "Changing Lives Campaign" in honor of the 27 LWC faculty and staff who are members of the church. Joining Stiversand Luckey at the presentation were the Rev. Ted Taylor of Columbia Baptist Church and LWC Vice President for Educational Outreach and Student Financial Services Denise Fudge, who is also a member of the church.

"Lindsey Wilson College and Columbia Baptist Church have many things in common," Stivers said. "First and foremost, both organizations are mission-driven. Both are growing at a rapid pace, and they both continue to to build a strong infrastructure for the future. Lindsey Wilson College and Columbia Baptist Church are blessed with strong leaders and wonderful followers. The century-long relationship between Lindsey Wilson College and Columbia Baptist Church has never been stronger."

This story was posted on 2010-04-23 06:02:47
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