Lincoln Christian University was pleased last week to present missionary Tom Morse with its Restoration Award.
The presentation was made by LCU President Silas McCormick, fittingly, at the International Conference on Missions in Columbus, OH on November 4th.
Tom has served with North Burma Christian Mission for many years, training up pastors and teachers for local Bible schools. He primarily teaches at Bethany Bible Training Center, and makes periodic trips to the remote tribal villages to encourage and train the many indigenous Lisu pastors who have been assigned to minister in the northern Thailand area.
“Tom is an exemplary servant of Christ whose faithfulness in ministry is as impressive as it is humbling,” President McCormick said. “We’re proud to count him as one of our alumni, and grateful for his lifelong commitment to the mission field.” Congratulations, Tom!
The Restoration Award recognizes Lincoln Christian alumni for their contributions to Kingdom work. The nominee must be a graduate of Lincoln Bible Institute, Lincoln Christian College, Lincoln Christian Seminary, or Lincoln Christian University, having graduated at least five years ago. The Christian service by the individual must be in complete harmony with the purpose and policy of Lincoln Christian University.