All Hail CSER: A change in CSER requirement for freshman and first-year transfer students

  Religion 105 replaces Biblical Worldview 101 and 102 to allow freshman and first-year transfer students to complete CSER. Changes allow students to complete Christian service separate from academic credits.   Residential freshmen and transfer students now join the ranks of upper classmen in taking Christian Service credit their first year on campus starting this semester. According to Dr. Lew […]

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Loving on Lynchburg

Students spend their Saturday helping to remodel the Boys & Girls Club Liberty University’s Community Care Initiative (CCI), an extension of the Center for Christian / Community Service (CSER), sent out teams Saturday, Oct. 17 to help the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Lynchburg remodel their facility. CCI faculty member Will Honeycutt coordinated the event. According to Honeycutt, the […]

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Annual food drive announced

Center for CSER begins Thanksgiving initiative for Southside residents Liberty University will be hosting its fourth annual Thanksgiving Food Drive in an effort to collect nonperishable food for those in need in the Southside counties of Virginia. According to Dr. Darren Wu, assistant professor and Christian/Community Service (CSER) coordinator, the drive will start Nov. 1. The last chance to donate […]

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Wu emphasizes CSER choices

Christian/Community Service offers opportunities to help local community Every academic year, thousands of students on Liberty’s campus invest in the community of Lynchburg, providing thousands of hours of service to a host of volunteer organizations. Christian/Community Service (CSER) is a graduation requirement for all residential Liberty students. All four-year students must complete 20 hours of community service for six semesters, […]

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CSER begins

Students serve community There are many new and exciting ways to serve the city of Lynchburg this fall. The Center for Christian/Community Service (CSER) is offering a variety of opportunities to fulfill students’ CSER requirements. CSER not only allows students to work in the city of Lynchburg, but all around the world. Whether serving on a mission trip to a […]

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Serving through football

Award recognizes student’s high achievements in Christian/Community service Every year, Liberty University Christian/Community Service (CSER) student volunteers have the opportunity to be honored for their work through the Christian Community Service Volunteer of the Year Award. This year, Liberty senior Samuel Morrison was the recipient of the award. “It took me by surprise,” Morrison said about receiving the award. “The […]

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Christmas season inspires service

Students have opportunities to reach out to the Lynchburg community through Liberty, TRBC, World Help Throughout the year, students at Liberty University are encouraged to be active in serving the community and reaching out to those in need, according to Liberty’s Christian/Community Service Web page, and there are many opportunities in the coming Christmas season to show the community the […]

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Lock receives CSER award

Senior Kristin Lock was presented the Christian Service (CSER) Volunteer of the Year Award Wednesday, April 24, for founding a chapter of Autism Speaks U (AUS) at Liberty University. “I thought it very fitting that it happens to be Autism Awareness month, and this year’s award recipient was responsible for founding the Autism Speaks U chapter at Liberty,” Darren Wu, […]

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Liberty gets involved

Christian service impacts the community through students Wet paint ran down the side of the newly-built wheelchair ramp in downtown Lynchburg as Liberty University students exchanged smiles and raced to catch the drips with their already-saturated brushes. Last year, 305,000 community service hours were performed by Liberty students through activities such as building wheelchair ramps, remodeling homes, or visiting with […]

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CSER acknowledges exceptional students

Christian/Community service supervisors nominate volunteers for quality work Julie Gonzalez Each semester Liberty University students volunteer their free-time between exams, homework and living life in the ‘Burg to give back to the community and benefit those who are in need. Sophomore Julie Gonzalez was nominated for the Christian Community Service award for her outstanding commitment to excellence in volunteering for […]

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