South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem speaks about the successes of her state at CPAC 2024

Kristi Noem, South Dakota governor, spoke to attendees of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Washington, D.C. on Feb. 23.   Noem began her speech by introducing herself as a farmer and rancher who is “now blessed to be the 33rd governor of the great state of South Dakota.”   She then spoke about the current state of the 2024 election […]

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Lara Trump speaks to CPAC attendees about the current state of U.S. politics

Lara Trump, former television producer and daughter-in-law of former President Donald Trump, spoke at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) Feb. 22 where she urged attendees to support her father-in-law’s 2024 presidential campaign. Lara began by discussing the current state of politics in the United States. “The party of JFK is dead, now replaced by an ideology that stands against […]

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Ben Carson: “The Doctor is in”

Ben Carson gave a speech Thursday, Feb. 22 at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) about the necessity of turning back to God during times of political unrest in America, as well as his beliefs about the weaponization of the United States justice system.   Carson began by delving into what he believes is the “crisis of legitimacy” that Washington faces.   […]

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Glorifying Christ through fashion

Lifelong dreams came true for Aleona Isakova, a fashion design and illustration professor, as she debuted the Haute Couture Design Gown & Art Exhibit Feb. 23 at DeMoss Hall. After five years and half a million dollars, Isakova designed and produced a collection of 54 gowns, all biblically inspired, beginning with the creation of mankind and ending with the new […]

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Passion Community Church: Local church demonstrates Christ’s love and helps others through partnership with nonprofit organizations

Serving and spreading the gospel are two ways in which Passion Community Church has been ministering to the community ever since it started out as a congregation of only 25 people. Lead pastor Mike Kirby and executive pastor Jorshe Joseph have been leading the church as it has grown. “When people come here, we don’t want them just to attend,” […]

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Furthering the Great Commission: Professor leads by example and encourages students to spread the gospel

Liberty University’s motto is “Knowledge Aflame,” which David Wheeler, professor of evangelism and senior executive director of LU Shepherd, emphasizes in his work at the university. Wheeler highlights Liberty’s motto to emphasize that at the heart of Liberty lies the goal to set students’ hearts on fire for God and let that flame spread to the world. Wheeler strives to […]

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Empowering women in business: Student-led club encourages female students to cultivate business skills

Champions for Christ shine the light of Christ wherever they find themselves in life. Whether in  vocational ministry or corporate America, ministry is simply where one’s feet are. The Women in Business club exists to encourage women to walk confidently in their identities in the Lord and, as a result, shine the light of Christ in their future workplaces.  Mariah […]

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Exploring Lynchburg’s history: Monuments from before Liberty University’s founding tell Lynchburg’s story

Easily identified for being the home of Liberty University, Lynchburg also contains many pieces of meaningful history that dot the seven hills. Some of the more prominent hallmarks of the city’s history include the following. The Anne Spencer House On 1313 Pierce St. sits the burgundy, green-shuttered former home of Anne Spencer, a Harlem Renaissance poet and activist. Poetry Foundation […]

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Walking vs. biking on campus: Walking

Walking, driving, biking, skateboarding, taking the bus and cruising on an electric scooter are all great ways to get around campus. However, it is also common to know someone who has gone to the hospital or been injured from attempting to skateboard, scooter or bike around the bumpy brick sidewalks. The paths are subpar for anything besides walking. Driving is […]

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