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Almost as old as the university itself, Liberty’s Scaremare is attracting record crowds and has grown to become one of the largest events of its kind in the Southeast. ...
Bethany Pico/Liberty University News Service
More than 2,000 Liberty University students gathered in front of Arthur S. DeMoss Learning Center for the annual See You at the Pole (SYATP) rally on Sept. 27. ...
Bethany Pico/Liberty University News Service
Missions Emphasis Week kicked off at Liberty University today, giving students a chance to meet representatives from mission agencies and attend convocation ...
Bethany Pico/Liberty University News Service
During Friday’s convocation, the Liberty University community remembered the events of September 11, 2001, honoring lives that were lost, praying for victims’ families and paying tribute to those who serve our country. ...
Bethany Pico/Liberty University News Office
Liberty University has been setting the spiritual tone for the school year, beginning with the All Night of Prayer, a jumpstart to Spiritual Emphasis Week. ...
Bethany Pico/Liberty University News Service
After 20 years of fundraising efforts, the congregation of Poplar Spring Baptist Church celebrated the unveiling of its new fellowship hall on Sunday, May 1, along with Liberty University administration, staff and local contractors who donated labor and materials to help the church meet its goal. ...
Allison Cundiff/Liberty University News Service
A total of 101 Liberty University students and 10 faculty and staff members spent Spring Break (March 14-18) helping others around the world by getting involved with the missions opportunities offered by Light Ministries, the short-term ministry department of Liberty’s Center for Global Ministries. ...
Allison Cundiff/Liberty University News Service
During Spring Break at Liberty University this week some students are learning how to follow Jesus by following in the footsteps he took on Earth. ...
Liberty University News Service
Individuals from the Liberty community have donated more than 1,100 shoebox gifts. According to Sherry McFaden, this is a 250-box increase from last year.
Marcelo A. Quarantotto
The events unfolding in Chile today have caused me to think of something God is revealing to the world. I turned on the news last night, out of curiosity only, to watch the rescue efforts in Chile - and I ended up watching it all night long. ...
Jill Hannity
Luis Bush, founder of Transform World Connections, kicked off Missions Emphasis Week at Liberty University on Monday by urging students to concentrate on reaching the next generation. ...
Allison Cundiff
Liberty University, Thomas Road Baptist Church and the gospel music industry have lost a great friend. Doug Oldham, a legendary gospel singer who played an important role in Liberty's history, went to be with the Lord on July 21. ...
University Advancement staff
Liberty University affiliates have joined the growing Gospel Community Church (GCC) in serving the Lynchburg community.
Elizabeth A. Mayhew
Liberty University senior Aly Sievers is the recipient of this year’s Volunteer of the Year Christian Service Award for her outstanding contribution and commitment to service in the Lynchburg community. ...
Sarah Wittcop
Vernon Brewer, founder and president of World Help and a Liberty University alumnus, made a passionate call to action for help in Haiti. ... Brewer, who is Liberty’s first graduate, made a passionate call to action for Haiti. He pointed out the needs of children left orphaned there
Elizabeth Mayhew
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