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12.11.2014
Dr. Massey, who died Nov. 29 at age 76, taught at Liberty for more than 20 years and served as the first registrar for the School of Lifelong Learning, pioneering Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary's online programs. ...
Liberty University News Service
11.18.2014
A year after assuming the role of dean of Liberty University's School of Religion (SOR), Dr. Ed Hindson is already seeing the fulfillment of his vision. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
11.14.2014
As bins began to overflow with food donations at Liberty's Center for Ministry Training (CMT) earlier this week, staff scrambled to find room for the surprising avalanche of goodwill. ...
By Mitzi Bible/Liberty University News Service
11.14.2014
Liberty University senior Sadie Plasterer took her Health Promotions training to Haiti last month through the first Health Promotions internship offered by Humbly I Serve (HIS) Vision. ...
By Sara Warrender/Liberty University News Service
11.6.2014
Dr. Ben Kalu, an assistant professor in Liberty University's Department of Biology & Chemistry, will be spending his Christmas break studying the molecular signatures of breast cancer in his homeland of Nigeria. ...
By Ted Allen/Liberty University News Service
11.5.2014
Retired U.S. Marine Corps Lt. Col. Oliver North painted a personal picture of America's military, showing how it is made up of outstanding individuals who embody what it truly means to be a hero. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
11.3.2014
One of the world's most influential Christian recording artists, Chris Tomlin, visited Liberty University's Convocation on Monday to host an album release party for his latest project, "Love Ran Red." ...
By Sara Warrender/Liberty University News Service
10.30.2014
A class of 29 fourth-grade students from Dearington Elementary School visited Liberty University's campus on Thursday to tour the new Jerry Falwell Library, where they had storytime with Flames Football players and met Sparky, the Flames mascot. ...
Liberty University News Service
10.29.2014
The Liberty University Morris Campus Garden's mission is to teach students agricultural principles in order to reach out to the community, and ever since it opened last year, it has been doing just that. ...
Liberty University News Service
10.29.2014
Liberty University recently donated 41 abandoned bicycles to Lynchburg Daily Bread (LDB), a local nonprofit that provides meals to the hungry downtown. ...
Liberty University News Service
10.24.2014
Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly took the stage with his family at Liberty University Convocation on Friday. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
10.23.2014
Scaremare, Liberty University's traditional student-run house of fright, has collaborated with the worldwide ministry I Am Second to present the Gospel message in a more relatable way. ...
Liberty University News Service
10.21.2014
In Monday's Convocation, Liberty University Senior Vice President for Spiritual Development David Nasser outlined changes that he believes will keep Convocation fresh and interesting. President Jerry Falwell voiced his support. ...
Liberty University News Service
10.21.2014
Liberty University students put down their books and grabbed hammers and nails during Habitat for Humanity's annual Blitz Build, Oct. 18-19 in nearby Altavista. ...
By Sara Warrender/Liberty University News Service
10.16.2014
Christine Caine, founder of The A21 Campaign, is partnering with Liberty University for her new initiative, Propel, designed to equip and encourage women for leadership. Caine will be visiting Liberty University Jan. 26-30, 2015, to launch the initiative. ...
Liberty University News Service
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