Our LIFE U Stories
These are the stories of Life University’s faculty, staff, students, alumni and other friends of the university. A collection of words, images and video, sometimes whimsical, sometimes thoughtful, and oftentimes inspiring, they provide a snapshot of our university and its beauty, its people and their accomplishments and the manifestation of its guiding principle of Lasting Purpose.
Giving Back to Her Community
As a mother, Doctor of Chiropractic and faculty member of Life University, I believe it is important to provide service when it is needed. Our family lives by the mottos, “we are blessed to be a blessing,” and “you cannot out give the giver of it all.” Six years ago, I began dating the most wonderful man, Teddy Mathis. He is a veteran of the U.S. Army and served our county in Desert Storm, spending two years deployed in Saudi Arabia. A year ago, he became a lifetime member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5408 in Acworth, Georgia. …
Classmate families revisit Barclay Arms (a.k.a. The Commons) 38 years after graduation.
The Meyer's and Kirchhofer's were next door neighbors (843 Huntington Rd. Apts 2 & 4) for their entire "LIFE experience" and both families remain best of friends to this day. Dr. Meyer (Class of '81) is retired in Cape Girardeau, MO and Dr. Kirchhofer (Class of March '80) continues to practice in Kennesaw, GA. Nostalgia was the order of the day as these buildings were scheduled next for demolition! The families, however, are excited to see the new structures under construction and the continued progress of their Alma Mater. The picture L-R, Dr. Roy P. Meyer and wife, Sande, (Missouri) …