Our Seminary Lecture Series continues Thursday with an exposition on "Anti-Social Media: Communal Transformation and the Barriers of Technology". Come join us at the Terrace Conference Room at the Jerry Falwell Library.
Liberty University Baptist Theological Seminary will be hosting the first annual Everyday Theology Conference in the Spring of 2015!
Need a lift to main campus? We are excited to announce hourly transportation service between the Old Thomas Extension campus and the main campus! New Route 78 runs Monday - Thursday each week as posted on LU Transit's Bus Routes page. Check out the full schedule for details.
The Resident Graduate Admissions team at Liberty University would like to congratulate Truyn Mosher, as the winner of the Fall 2014 Graduate Admissions Scholarship, valued at $500!
Truyn Mosher, an incoming Master of Divinity in Theology with a specialization in apologetics, is a farm boy from Wellsville, Kansas. He attended Sterling College, in Kansas, for his undergraduate degree in Education, Exercise Science with a minor in Christian Ministries.
According to Mosher, "Following Sterling, I felt a lead for Ministry, but didn't know what. It became a 2+ year humbling process, and in that I found love in studying Scripture and Apologetics. That studying and growth in the Lord made me realize it was time for me to look for a grad school. I gave it to The Lord. I told Him, 'You picked out Sterling for me; you'll pick our the Graduate School for me.' I knew that The Lord would provide financially and pick the perfect school for me. I started with a Google search and within 30 minutes I found and knew Liberty University was it. God picked it. From there, timing, God gave me a friend from camp-days in Colorado to house with at Liberty. We are both stating the Graduate Program at the same time. It's tough to up-root and leave family, but blessings like this - the perfect school, perfect program, just right finance, a scholarship, and a friend to house with - these blessings are not over-looked, and I am very gracious. Feeling blessed! "
To read the full article, go to the Resident Graduate Announcement.