In a digital age filled with computers, smartphones, tablets, and more, Liberty University continues to find ways to use technological developments to promote the timeless principles of faith and excellence in education. This commitment is why the university created Liberty Online Communities. Only a click away, Online Communities provides both online and resident students with resources to encourage and strengthen their walk with Christ.
Students can watch streaming videos of campus events, submit prayer requests, or connect with other students using Online Communities. Convocation — the nation’s largest weekly gathering of Christian students, featuring speakers from business, education, government, and more — is streamed live Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 10 a.m. EST. Campus Church services are streamed live each Wednesday evening at 7 p.m. EST. Content from these services and other inspirational gatherings are replayed throughout the week and are accessible on the front page of the Online Communities Web page.
Follow the Online Communities Twitter feed for inspirational quotes and read the blog by Online Communities Director Ted Whitney. Whitney’s devotions offer wisdom and encouragement to students throughout their week. Visitors to the page can also share prayer requests with the campus pastors who diligently pray for the student body.