Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary offers several opportunities for students to minister to others within the community. Korean Ministries, Liberty Godparent Home and the Center for Ministry Training all provide outlets for students to apply what they learn to their ministries.
LBTS provides many ministries to Korean students. The Korean Language Assistance Program (KLAP) aims to assist students for whom English is a second language and who plan to return to Korea. The Korean Students Fellowship (KSF) fosters spiritual community and promotes evangelical theology among Korean students at Liberty University. The 701 Korean Church offers worship services and church ministry opportunities for all ages from young to old. Adults meet in Sunday mornings for worship, and the college group, God is Love community (GIL), meets in the afternoon for worship. The church consists of various small groups that meet during the week and hold prayer meetings. The Korean Outreach Ministry (KOM) grew out of Korean seminary students’ desire to share the gospel message with the local residents in the Lynchburg area, and it has become truly international in the sense that people of other ethnicities on campus have joined in the evangelistic effort together.
Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary requires students to apply that what they learn in the classroom in their ministries. The Center for Ministry Training partners with LBTS and acts as the dynamic hub of recruiting, training and sending pastors, missionaries and church planters that are impacting the world for Jesus Christ.
Liberty Godparent Home provides housing to young women facing unplanned pregnancies. The home desires to help each woman become morally sound, mentally strong, physically independent and spiritually courageous through classes, counseling and sharing God’s unconditional love and mercy. Liberty Godparent Home was founded in 1982 and is a division of the Liberty Godparent Foundation, a non-profit organization. The home accepts young women between the ages of 12-23 that are less than 20 weeks into their pregnancies. If you or someone you know is in need of these services, please consider applying to this program.