Alumni News

August 2008

Football players rally students at Friday’s convocation

Liberty University head football coach Danny Rocco fired up students at Friday’s convocation. Rocco shared his wishes for a sell-out crowd to come and support the LU Flames at their home opener against North Greenville at 7 p.m. on Saturday.

8.29.2008 | Read More

Liberty professor Daniel Henderson gives message on prayer

“It’s all about seeking His face and not just His hand,” said Daniel Henderson, Assistant Professor of Renewal and Church Leadership at LU, in a convocation message in the Vines Center Friday morning.

8.29.2008 | Read More

Law professor compiles stories of lives touched by his grandfather, Billy Graham

Liberty University School of Law professor Basyle J. Tchividjian has respect for his grandfather, but so do millions of people around the world. That’s because his grandfather is evangelist Billy Graham, or to him, “Daddy Bill.”

8.28.2008 | Read More

Alumni Band Benefit 4 Babies

Six Chasing Seven is bringing its own brand of Christian rock-infused reggae funk to the Schilling Center on Friday, Aug. 29, at the first-ever Alumni Band Benefit 4 Babies.

8.27.2008 | Read More

Rev. Jonathan Falwell speaks words of encouragement to students

As rain poured down outside the Vines Center on Wednesday, the Rev. Jonathan Falwell used one disciple’s actions in the midst of a storm to illustrate how students can put God’s plans for their lives into action.

8.27.2008 | Read More

National Intelligence Symposium for Law Enforcement held at Liberty Law School

The National Intelligence Symposium for Law Enforcement (NISLE) was held at Liberty University Tuesday and Wednesday, with representatives of local, state and federal agencies as well as academia from other universities in attendance.

8.27.2008 | Read More

Liberty students learn about short-term missions opportunities

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.

8.26.2008 | Read More

International students hone English language skills

Liberty University’s English Language Institute (ELI) has a new home at the Lynchburg Inn and Conference Center. The move to the nearby hotel is advantageous for the program since 90 international students are being housed there this fall.

8.26.2008 | Read More

Block party held Saturday evening

Every year, the Student Activities office holds a Block Party to kick off the new academic year. The free event features food, games, prizes and musical entertainment.

8.25.2008 | Read More

Missions director Eddie Pate speaks at Monday convocation

In 2004, Eddie Pate came to Lynchburg, Va., to serve as associate professor of missions at Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary — and he planned on staying for the rest of his life.

8.25.2008 | Read More

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