Discipleship to be focus of LCU’s first C3 of 2024

The Rev. Robert Freeman will speak at Louisiana Christian University’s first Christ Church Culture (C3) event of the semester on Monday, Feb. 6 at 6:30 p.m.

Freeman is the founder of Robert Freeman Ministries in Urbana, Illinois. Robert Freeman Ministries is an important Christian voice in the national conversation about race, and Freeman will be discussing racial reconciliation and diversity from a biblical perspective.

This event is one of LCU’s events in honor of Black History Month.

Freeman will be speaking on discipleship and how it brings true reconciliation.  He will also be the Chapel speaker on Tuesday, Feb. 7 at 11 a.m.

“I also speak on the topic of ‘Speaking Truth,’ which can lead to healing by trusting the words of God,” Freeman said.

Freeman has been actively involved in community work. He has held numerous leadership positions in diverse areas such as community development, economic growth, Habitat for Humanity, hospital patient care and hospital ethics. He has also served on the Governor’s Task Force on racism and has been invited to meet with several U.S. presidents.

Freeman received a Bachelor of Science from Delaware State University and a Master of Divinity from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School near Chicago. He earned a Doctor of Ministry from the Aquinas School of Theology, located in St. Louis.

He has been a featured speaker in religious events around the country and has also participated in mission work in Mexico and Puerto Rico.

LCU’s C3 Series provides an opportunity to view contemporary cultural issues through the lens of a biblical worldview.