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Christine Caine, most known for her work in fighting human trafficking, launched her new movement, Propel Women, during Monday's Convocation at Liberty University. ...
By Melissa Skinner/Liberty University News Service
Four teams of Liberty University students and staff participated in Center for Global Engagement global teams that traveled to Africa, Asia, and the Middle East over Christmas break, answering God's call to share His love with the nations. ...
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Liberty University’s new Center for Apologetics & Cultural Engagement, which was started last semester, has announced its first group of student fellows, as well as its distinguished senior fellows from the university’s faculty. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
With a healthy blend of humor and authenticity from New Orleans Saints tight end Ben Watson, Liberty University students were encouraged in Friday's Convocation to bridge the divides in our culture, racial and otherwise, for the sake of unity and the Gospel. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
Liberty University has announced its Spring 2015 Convocation schedule. ...
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More than 7,500 spectators celebrated the New Year and hundreds made first-time decisions or recommitted their lives to Jesus Christ at the 13th annual Winterfest, featuring many top Christian artists and speakers, Dec. 30-31 at Liberty University. ...
By Ted Allen/Liberty University News Service
Liberty University's School of Music, which is planning to open a new Center for Music and the Worship Arts next fall, has restructured its degree offerings to better equip its 1,200-plus students to utilize their gifts in their chosen career fields. ...
By Drew Menard/Liberty University News Service
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. ...
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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
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
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
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
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
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
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. ...
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