Where faith lives and grows.
There are many opportunities on our campus where students have the opportunity to engage with peers, faculty and staff, even members of the community, all while sharing their faith, life's challenges and goals for the future.
The Joshua Project
Through one-on-one mentoring students have the opportunity to form mentoring relationships with faculty, staff, alumni and other students, intended specifically for spiritual maturing. This voluntary program involves hundreds of students and mentors annually.
Lipscomb University maintains a staff of full-time professional ministers who lead activities such as chapel, small group studies, prayer sessions, leadership development and more. But beyond these more formal organized activities, the campus ministry staff is available 24/7 to help students with spiritual challenges, opportunities and growth.
Moments of spiritual retreat are common to almost all faiths. Lipscomb requires students to engage in spiritual reflection several times a week to practice the disciplines of worship, prayer and time in God’s Word, among others. The 30 required chapels per semester can be met in the campus-wide “Gathering” and/or with more than two dozen smaller special-interest chapel gatherings to choose from, including men- and women-only chapels to gatherings of like-minded students around specific professional disciplines such as theater, health sciences and more.