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Thank you for all your encouragement and prayers. It means so much to me. Everyone that I have encountered at Liberty has been so kind and so helpful. It's nice to know that there is always help available be it educational or spiritual. Tonight I will be doing the first in a series of webinars. I'm starting with the library one. Then I want to do the orientation and then the one on Blackboard. These are such great tools available for those of us who are online. I know that the Lord has lead me to this school as He has opened door after door as I went through the enrollment and registration processes. I know as long as I allow Him to guide me into doing work for His glory and His name my path will be a sure one. - Linda
I am Jasleen and I currently reside in Belton, TX. I recently moved here with my husband and my 2 year old daughter from Twenty nine palms, CA. My husband and I were stationed on a Marine base but now we are finished with our active duty contract and we decided to spend some time with our families and catch-up on what we have been missing out all these years. I feel like a part of a family, where I belong and I will be successful in my goals if I stick to Liberty. Not only that, but I have realized I will be able to make my daughter's life better as well. - Jasleen ("Tell Us About Yourself" Blog Page)
My name is Jeff and I am new here to Liberty University. I spent 9 years in the Air Force as a cop and felt the need to give spiritual support to military members since going to services on Sundays in Basic. My goal is to become a military or law enforcement chaplain, and give spiritual support where it is needed. I am studying Biblical and Educational Studies, and plan to attend Seminary later on. - Jeff ("Tell Us About Yourself" Blog Page)
I’m currently re-reading through the Bible. My method is a little ‘backwards,’ in that I always begin with the NT, then finish in the OT. My reasoning being, I always want to begin with hope and grace, getting a full picture of the glory of Christ. He, being the author of my faith, sustainer and portion, Alpha and Omega, should always be the focus. When I go to the OT, I see WHY Yeshua came. It’s a reminder of the power of God and the frailty and imperfection of man. He could have left us there. He could have looked at our wickedness and said, “OK. This was a bad idea. I’m done.” He didn't do that. So, I insulate my heart with His love before I venture into the territory of the OT. Even though I already know how it turns out, I like having that comfort. It helps put some of the more raw and ugly parts into perspective. So many non-believers will read the OT first and because they read it without the guidance of the Holy Spirit, they use it to condemn the faith. I’m currently in the book of Ezekiel. Given the current climate of the world, I’m seeing a lot of parallels. So much wrong, but still, so much hope. - Rebecca