TERESA RICHENBERGER TO SPEAK AT LETU WEDNESDAY, JAN. 15
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TERESA RICHENBERGER TO SPEAK AT LETU WEDNESDAY, JAN. 15

Longview —LeTourneau University hosts distinguished East Texas author and speaker, Teresa Richenberger, at 10:50 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 15, in the S.E. Belcher Jr. Chapel and Performance Center, 2100 S. Mobberly Ave., in Longview. The event is free and open to the public.

Richenberger authored “Sold to the Highest Bidder,” a story of her life as an exotic dancer and the salvation she found in Jesus Christ. Her second book, “Striking It Rich,” gives advice on how to always be mindful of God’s presence.

Influenced by her painful past, Richenberger lives a life for Christ and helps others to overcome their past to ascertain their self-worth. She inspires people to step into the proper vocation that God has placed in their lives by imparting boldness, faith, and courage through her testimony, which she regularly shares at women’s conferences and church meetings.

LeTourneau University is a Christ-centered, interdenominational institute of higher learning offering more than 90 undergraduate and graduate degree programs across a range of academic disciplines and delivery models. Students are enrolled in programs on ground at LETU’s residential campus in Longview, Texas, as well as hybrid and fully online options at educational centers in Dallas and Houston.

Academic majors include aviation, business, communication, computer science, criminal justice, education, engineering, health care administration, health science-nursing, human services, kinesiology, the liberal arts, psychology, the sciences and theology.

Claiming every workplace in every nation as its mission field, LeTourneau University graduates are professionals of ingenuity and Christ-like character who see life’s work as a holy calling with eternal impact. For additional information, visit www.letu.edu.



 

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