On November 6th, Lipscomb University shared it’s vision of the next few years with the community at the Ryman Auditorium. The evening featured a number of presentations, including Nashville Mayor Karl Dean, Tennessee House Speaker Beth Harwell, and U.S. Senator Bob Corker, as special guests. Dr. Randy Lowry concluded the event with his remarks about Lipscomb’s potential and our friend, actor/musician Chip Esten hosted. Esten shared the stage with fellow actor of ABC’s Nashville Clare Bowen, Lipscomb’s Lee Camp and the Tokens Show Band, and the Lipscomb University and Lipscomb Academy Choirs.
Head show writer? Tim Weeks. The program was a huge success with a packed house.
I’ve worked with Lipscomb for the past five years with the Charlie Daniels Scholarship for Heroes event through David Corlew & Associates. That program benefits qualified veterans receiving a free education at Lipscomb University…very impressive for a private institution. A Christian university that still values character as a component of a college degree, Lipscomb is doing great things and I was proud to contribute to the Ryman event a few weeks ago.