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Mike Pence addresses the ‘freedom generation’ during Convocation

Pence met with students on the floor of the Vines Center after Convocation.

By: Liberty University News Service

In visiting the campus of Liberty University for the third time, 48th Vice President of the United States Mike Pence brought students at Wednesday’s Convocation a timely reminder of Christians’ role in the world today: to be faith-focused leaders and outspoken Christ followers.

Pence has continually spurred Liberty students to remain steadfast in their faith while staying informed on the country’s current events and its future. He last visited campus to deliver the 46th Commencement address in 2019 and spoke in 2016 Convocation as then-Indiana governor and Republican vice presidential candidate.

Campus Pastor Jonathan Falwell set the tone for the morning by reminding students that a key goal of Convocation is to remind them of how their faith ought to influence their lives and careers following their time at Liberty.

“Part of our Convocation purpose, what we do here, is to make sure that all of us understand that regardless of what we do in life, (our) faith is not something that we place on a shelf; it is something that you take with you wherever you might go,” Falwell said. “Today our guest is one who has been a model of that in his career.”

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