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October 2008

VCAR major wins computer game design contest

Dave Lee, a junior majoring in Visual Communication Arts at Liberty University, recently won first place in an international computer game design competition held by Massive Entertainment, a leading producer of games and interactive entertainment software.

10.31.2008 | Read More

Left Behind co-author Jerry Jenkins speaks at convocation

Given the opportunity to assist the Rev. Billy Graham with his autobiography, “Just As I Am,” author Jerry Jenkins wanted readers to be uplifted and motivated by the memoir. Through his travels with Graham, he himself became inspired by a man who lived his life sold out for Jesus Christ.

10.31.2008 | Read More

On-campus community can watch TV through new and improved IPTV service

Liberty University has announced that its IPTV system, which provides television through an on-campus computer connection, is available for students, faculty and staff, with many recent upgrades.

10.31.2008 | Read More

Johnnie Moore gives message on making the right decisions

The Bible teaches us that God uses the underdogs of life to accomplish great and mighty things for His glory. One of the greatest examples of this is King David. Speaking to thousands of students during Wednesday’s convocation, Liberty University Campus Pastor Johnnie Moore used David’s account to teach a valuable life lesson.

10.29.2008 | Read More

TALKIN’ TURKEY: Deans announce Saturday’s Turkey Bowl between seminary and law school

Dr Ergun Caner, Dean of Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary, and Mat Staver, Dean of Liberty University School of Law, spar jokingly at convocation as they announce this weekend’s Turkey Bowl, a football game between seminary students and law students starting at 2 p.m. Saturday at Williams Stadium.

10.29.2008 | Read More

Jonathan Falwell's book now on sale

Jonathan Falwell’s new book “One Great Truth: Finding Your Answers to Life” is about finding sufficiency not in ourselves, but in Christ.

10.28.2008 | Read More

Daniel Henderson leads training session in Brooklyn

Daniel Henderson, Assistant Professor of Renewal and Church Leadership at Liberty University, led 60 Liberty students on a day of training and prayer in Brooklyn, N.Y., on Tuesday. Students met with Pastor and well-known author Jim Cymbala at his Brooklyn Tabernacle church.

10.27.2008 | Read More

Michael Tait performs during Homecoming

Liberty alumnus and former member of dc Talk Michael Tait performed to a packed crowd of students and alumni at Saturday’s Homecoming game.

10.27.2008 | Read More

Gov. Tim Kaine speaks on behalf of Obama campaign

Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine visited Liberty University during Monday convocation, representing Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama. As co-chairman of the Obama campaign, Kaine shared his views on the candidate, while addressing the economy, abortion and gay rights.

10.27.2008 | Read More

Former U.S. Congressman Bob McEwen urges students to vote on Godly principles

As disagreements about the contents of our nation’s constitution began to swirl in 1787, Benjamin Franklin urged President George Washington and fellow members of the Constitutional Convention to pray before each meeting. In his address Franklin stated, “I have lived, Sir, a long time, and the longer I live, the more convincing proof I see of this truth that God governs in the affairs of men.”

10.27.2008 | Read More

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