Lipscomb University’s Collins Lectures

Lipscomb University’s Willard Collins Summer Lectures are
scheduled for June 9-12 on the Lipscomb campus, 3901 Granny White Pike,

This year’s theme is “I Saw the Lord: The Vision of God in Isaiah.” Keynote
speakers for the series will include Rick Atchley, Fort Worth; Don
McLaughlin, Atlanta; Harold Shank, Memphis; and Steve Flatt, president of
Lipscomb University. Additional speakers will include F. LaGard Smith, Joe
Beam, Mike Tanaro, Randy Becton, Greg Anderson, Phil Kinzer, Tim Woodroof,
Larry Cantrell, Shana Pounders Curtis, Carolyn Baldwin Tucker, John Mark
Hicks and more.

A new feature of the lectureship this year is a special seminar on prayer,
to be offered at the Center for Spiritual Renewal, said Walt Leaver, vice
president for university relations and lectureship director.
Returning features include the Bison Future Preacher Camp, special dinners
honoring preachers and elders, a children’s day camp, and teen programs.

There is no fee for attending the lectureship. However, there is a one-time
fee of $25 for on-campus housing during the series.
For more information or to reserve a room contact Amy Hamar at (615)
279-6216 or 800-333-4358 ext. 6216, by e-mail at or
visit the Willard Collins Summer Lectures on the web at


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