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At Liberty University, where the mission is to “Train Champions for Christ,” students have many opportunities to get involved in missions work locally and abroad. Many students hear about those opportunities, and hear God’s call on their life, during the annual Missions Emphasis Week (MEW), which kicked off today. ...
Sarah Blanzy
In the past school year, more than 1,800 students, faculty and staff donated more than 1,300 units of blood to the American Red Cross. ...
Dominique McKay
Groups partner with Feed the City program in downtown Lynchburg. ...
University Advancement staff
Student models walked the runway at Liberty University’s third annual Fashion Show on April 3, hosted by the Family and Consumer Sciences Department. The show raised close to $2,700, which went toward paying for the redecoration of Thomas Road Baptist Church’s (TRBC) Missionary Furlough Home. ...
Dominique McKay
Liberty University has long supported Gleaning for the World, a charity that provides surplus medical and essential supplies to humanitarian projects worldwide. ...
University Advancement staff
Over spring break 2009, Dr. Ed Smither, Assistant Professor of Church History & Intercultural Studies at Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary, and 13 students traveled to North Africa for an exposure trip. ...
LBTS News : March 15 2009
Chancellor Jerry Falwell, Jr. was presented with a plaque from the North American Mission Board (NAMB) at Wednesday's convocation. Liberty University was recognized by NAMB as one of the top senders of student missionaries in North America.
Dominique McKay
Liberty University’s Missions Emphasis week concluded Friday with missionary Brad Buser speaking to students at Friday’s convocation.
Dominique McKay
Liberty University has welcomed more than 100 representatives from over 50 missionary sending organizations for Missions Emphasis Week (MEW), Feb. 16-20. Missions booths have been set up around campus with representatives ready to speak to students about how they can play a more active role in missions.
Dominique McKay
World Helps’ Children of the World International Children’s Choir performed at Wednesday’s convocation as part of Missions Emphasis Week at Liberty University.
University Advancement staff
Liberty University’s Missions Emphasis Week (MEW) began today with a Parade of the Nations ceremony at the start of Monday’s convocation. Many of Liberty’s international students participated by reciting Scripture in their native languages and performing special music and dances.
Dominique McKay
The Liberty community participated in the nationwide Cans Across America effort Wednesday, collecting more than 6,207 pounds of canned food. The food is being delivered on Friday to the Lynchburg Daily Bread, which serves Lynchburg area families in need.
The Liberty Center for Church Planting concluded a four-day “Storm the Gates” Church Planting Emphasis Week on Saturday. “Storm the Gates was only Liberty’s second Church Planting Emphasis Week in its history, and it also was a huge success,” said Dr. Dave Earley, director of the Liberty Center for Church Planting at Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary.
Liberty University’s Fall Missions Conference is set to kick off Monday with a focus on the disasters that shake up our everyday lives. With the theme of “Rescue,” Missions Emphasis Week (MEW) is set to encourage students to embrace a compassion for spreading the Gospel to the “least reached” people of the world.
Dominique McKay
The new Towns Lecture Hall at the B.R. Lakin School of Religion was filled beyond capacity Monday night as 925 students showed up to learn about the 14 short-term missions campaigns being offered this year by Liberty University’s Center for Global Ministries.
University Advancement staff
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