Preparing to worship

Hours of rehearsal lead up to the ninth annual Night of Worship April 17 Every year, after hours of work go into the rehearsals and preparation, Liberty University’s School of Music gives the gift of musical worship to the community. Night of Worship is an annual event where students in the School of Music worship God through speeches, spoken praises, […]

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Walking through worship

Students establish a weekly music gathering inside the East Campus tunnel A group of students in their first year at Liberty University, strolling through campus on a Friday night, decided to stop and play music in the East Campus tunnel. It was September of 2014. Two weeks later, they decided this would become a regular event. Each Friday night at […]

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Musical modifications

Liberty’s Worship Collective becomes unified band of rotational musicians Worship groups have made a few visible changes due to a larger, strategic shift happening in Liberty’s worship music culture. The new Liberty Worship Collective, formerly the department of ministry teams, is comprised of six worship bands: the Sounds of Liberty, Exodus, 71, Crimson Flood, Campus Band and Awaken. The Liberty […]

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Kintzel gives final performance

Former Campus Band leader plays farewell concert during Campus Church Justin Kintzel performed at Campus Church for the last time Wednesday, Nov. 12. The two-hour event was filled with memories, music, laughter and tears. Justin Kintzel has served as Liberty’s worship pastor for several years and has been with the university for a decade. He noted his favorite part of […]

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Tomlin debuts album

Grammy-winning artist performs new songs at Convo “(Welcome) to the Love Ran Red release party!” This is how David Nasser, the senior vice president for spiritual development, introduced Christian singer-songwriter Chris Tomlin in Convocation Monday, Nov. 3. “This is so cool,” Tomlin said. “This is amazing. What a privilege to stand here and sing (my) songs. … This is kind […]

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Worship recognized

Worship Leader Magazine recognized the Liberty University Center for Music and Worship as one of the top worship programs in the country in their October issue. The magazine listed Liberty’s program among the “Best of the Best in Education” for the third year in a row in its annual “Best of the Best” issue. Liberty also earned the Reader’s Choice […]

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Connecting through worship

Gospel Community Church Praise Band and Gavin Davis visit Waldon Pond Apartments clubhouse An off-campus apartment can be a lonely place sometimes, but Liberty University’s Commuter Services, which is committed to the inclusion and bonding of commuter students with one another through planned events, works to find ways to bring students together with connect groups and Bible studies. According to […]

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