Leadership events draw thousands
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — From grades 2 to 12, Jonathan Chapman…
During the Faulkner University Bible Lectureship in late October, the College of Biblical Studies hosted an invitational speech tournament featuring youths from the national Lads to Leaders Christian youth training program.
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Twenty-six 11th- and 12th-grade students from 13 states participated in the contest on the Thursday of the lectureship, all previous speech contest winners at one of the 10 Lads to Leaders conventions sites across the U.S.
Two winners, one boy and one girl, were chosen to receive full scholarships to Faulkner: Levi Cullum, a member of the Concord Road Church of Christ in Brentwood, Tenn., won for his speech on rebuilding American evangelism. Anna Grace King, a member of the Huntingdon Church of Christ in Tennessee, won for her speech on being strong in faith.
The speakers also got to meet renowned civil rights lawyer and Church of Christ elder Fred Gray, who spoke on “Love One Another” at the lectureship.
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