Rev. Johnnie Moore, Jr., B.S., M.A.R.
Vice President for Communications
Liberty University is interested and in meeting the physical, social, intellectual, and spiritual needs of the Liberty community. To meet these needs, Liberty provides opportunities for students to gather and serve as a community through convocations, campus church services and Christian/ Community Service.
Convocation is a thrice-weekly assembly of the University community for the purposes of building unity within the community, disseminating information, and providing forums for the socio-political issues of the day and other educational topics of diverse interest for the benefit of students, faculty and staff. Each year more than 80 guest speakers from the worlds of business, politics, education, the sciences and religion, talented faculty and staff members, music and timely messages from our Chancellor help make convocation a refreshing and challenging time. All students are required to attend all convocations.
CAMPUS CHURCH SERVICES
The Wednesday campus church services are designed to meet the spiritual needs of students. Complementing the instruction provided in the classroom is the spiritual exhortation provided in campus services, which is primarily concerned with the application of truth to life. Students are encouraged to attend Wednesday evening campus services.
Tom Nylander, B.S., M.A.R.
Director, Center for Global Engagement
The Center for Global Engagement, located in Green Hall 2500, offers dozens of short term cross-cultural opportunities for college students, hosts Global Focus Week each semester, and sponsors Next Steps mentoring retreats for students interested in cross-cultural careers. Contact by phone at 434-592-4127, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website at http://www.liberty.edu/ academics/globalengagement for more information.
DEPARTMENT OF GLOBAL STUDIES
Melody Harper, B.S., M.S.W., M.A.
Chair, Department of Global Studies
The Global Studies major and minor provide an academic foundation that equips students to live, work, and serve in a global context. Courses are designed to develop cultural intelligence skills that will enable students to excel as individuals, professionals, and followers of Christ as they engage a diverse world. For more information on the Global Studies major or minor go to http://www.liberty.edu/academics/globalengagement.
Light is the collegiate short term cross-cultural trip arm of the Center for Global Engagement. Light organizes and leads international teams for Liberty University students during each major school breaks. In over 20 years, Light has conducted more than 250 campaigns involving over 8,000 students in over 100 nations. More than three million people have heard the good news through Liberty University students serving with Light.
Light Internships offer students the opportunity to fulfill internship requirements for most majors in an international context. Interns serve with international organizations involved in their field of study and give students an opportunity to live out their faith in a cross-cultural setting. Students learn language and culture, live in context, and complete assignments and projects related to their major. This unique experience allows students to apply classroom knowledge and training while having an impact on individuals and communities around the globe.
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