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Liberty University Board of Trustees member Harvey Gainey has been selected as a Civic Leader Award winner and will be honored at the 23rd Annual Governor’s Awards for Arts & Culture (The Guvvys) on Nov. 13 at the Detroit Institute of Art.
Baby bottles filled with money collected by Liberty University students for the local Liberty Godparent Home lined a table below the stage at Wednesday’s convocation in the Vines Center. The Liberty Godparent Home reaches out to young women who are facing pregnancy alone, providing them with shelter, medical care, and a network of Christian families who are willing to adopt.
Teresa Dunham
Liberty University receives gifts in all different forms — from outright cash to estate plans, property and even office furniture. One item even came with a set of wheels.
Mitzi Bible
Zondervan’s Bible Across America bus rolled onto Liberty University’s campus Tuesday morning to continue the mission of completing a handwritten Bible for the 30th anniversary of the leading Bible publisher’s New International Version.
Baptisms are usually held twice a semester during Campus Church services, part of Liberty University’s Spiritual Life programs. This semester, however, three were planned because there have been so many decisions.
Spiritual Emphasis Week at Liberty University is moving hearts and changing lives.
Teresa Dunham
Liberty University’s national recruiters have been on the road since the second week of June for Summerfest 2008, a series of Christian youth music festivals sponsored by Liberty. This week they were back on campus to present Chancellor Jerry Falwell Jr. and his wife, Becki, a photo book of their travels and to update them on the progress.
University Advancement staff
Liberty University’s faculty and staff joined with Thomas Road Baptist Church, Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary and Liberty Christian Academy employees in an unprecedented prayer service at the TRBC Worship Center Tuesday afternoon.
Eric Brown
Fall semester classes may not start for two weeks, but already resident assistants are preparing to meet their students’ needs. Under the Office of Student Leadership, resident assistants (or RAs) are responsible for pastoral-like leadership for the dorms in the areas of discipline, discipleship and general oversight of residential students.
Days before July 4, Thomas Road Baptist Church gave church members and the greater Lynchburg community the chance to celebrate their country’s freedom and independence.
Eric Brown
Some of the nation’s top defenders of the Christian faith gathered at Liberty University on Friday, June 6, for the third annual International Society of Christian Apologetics Conference.
Teresa Dunham
In the rural farming community of Twelve Mile, Ind., Michael Martin is busy every day managing his store that sells work clothing and boots, and hunting, trapping and farming supplies. As a small-business owner, he has learned to be wise with his money.
Mitzi Bible
The Liberty University campus is a little less active than usual, as students are on Spring Break through March 21. But that doesn’t mean LU students are less active. While many are home or on vacation enjoying time with family and friends, some have decided to use the break in service to others.
Mitzi Bible
For Les and Connie Schofer, the longest sermon they ever heard was on Sunday, Dec. 16, 1984. It wasn’t because the preacher was going over his time or that he was boring — it was because they were antsy, waiting out the last hours before they could call themselves parents.
Mitzi Bible
Liberty University’s growth is directly related to its financial supporters. But many of those, including the donor of the largest-ever gift annuity to the university — $3.8 million — have never even stepped foot on the campus. Many have witnessed the ministry blossom from a television set in their living room.
Mitzi Bible
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