Liberty News


May 2008

Indiana storeowner uses farmland to invest in Liberty’s future

In the rural farming community of Twelve Mile, Ind., Michael Martin is busy every day managing his store that sells work clothing and boots, and hunting, trapping and farming supplies. As a small-business owner, he has learned to be wise with his money.

5.30.2008 | Read More

New Ph.D. program approved for Seminary

Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary recently received approval from the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS)to offer a Ph.D. in Theology and Apologetics.

5.28.2008 | Read More

Liberty students aid Brazilians on missions trip

A group of 16 Liberty University students joined three Liberty University Center for Global Ministries [CGM] staff members for two weeks of missions and adventure on the Amazon River in May.

5.27.2008 | Read More

Timberlake Christian students say thanks for LU scholarships

If the Liberty University campus looks even more pristine than usual, it’s because more than 15 seniors from a local Christian school were on garbage patrol Tuesday afternoon.

5.20.2008 | Read More

Distance Learning Program tops 27,000

Liberty University’s Distance Learning Program on Monday topped the 27,000 student mark for the first time.

5.19.2008 | Read More

Liberty University graduates charged to follow their faith

Liberty University graduates, on Saturday, were urged to remain true to their Christian roots.

5.10.2008 | Read More

Communication students participate in national advertising competition

A team from Liberty University’s School of Communication participated recently in the district National Student Advertising Competition, sponsored by the American Advertising Federation.

5.5.2008 | Read More

Liberty Debate Center renamed in honor of former director

Former Liberty University Debate Director Brett O’Donnell was the guest of honor at Thursday’s Debate Team awards reception.

5.2.2008 | Read More

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