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National champion runner Sam Chelanga pens inspirational book about living by faith

Sam Chelanga ('11), a four-time NCAA champion for the Flames in cross country and outdoor track who signed a pro contract with Nike in 2011, became a United States citizen in 2015, and enlisted in the U.S. Army in 2018, testifies to God's grace in his life. ...

7.28.2020 | Read More

Liberty student-doctors' service in Central America, Caribbean builds global medicine efforts

Just before the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic, Liberty University College of Osteopathic Medicine sent a group of students on medical missions trips to the Dominican Republic and Honduras. ...

7.8.2020 | Read More

School of Divinity programs prepare students to serve the Lord at Christian summer camps

Two Liberty University students are using the experience gained from the Camp and Outdoor Adventure Leadership program and are working as summer camp counselors to mentor to campers and teach them how to draw closer to God while being surrounded by His beautiful Creation. ...

7.7.2020 | Read More

Liberty Financial Literacy director partners with local nonprofit to help men recovering from substance addiction plan for their futures

The strenuous weight of substance abuse recovery was made a little lighter for six men last week thanks to Dr. Stacie Rhodes, the executive director of the Center for Financial Literacy in Liberty University’s School of Business, who led a one-hour discussion on financial stability, budgeting, and the biblical approach to money. ...

6.30.2020 | Read More

Liberty men's basketball to play Oct. 24 exhibition game at Winthrop to fight racism

Liberty University's men's basketball team, the reigning ASUN Conference champion, will travel to former Big South Conference rival Winthrop for a 'United As One' preseason exhibition game as a way to take a united stand against prejudice, bigotry, and racism. ...

6.17.2020 | | Read More

Pre-med student recommits life to Christ while volunteering at a Lynchburg non-profit

When Samuel Robillard’s friend encouraged him to volunteer at the Lighthouse Community Center, a non-profit serving underprivileged individuals in Downtown Lynchburg, he expected to help change lives there. But he didn’t expect the experience to change his own life. ...

6.17.2020 | Read More

Evangelism 101 students complete unconventional service projects to share the Gospel

Professor Dr. David Wheeler and his students have created unique servant evangelism opportunities that still allowed them to reach out to their communities in the midst of COVID-19. ...

5.27.2020 | Read More

Byron to drive in honor of two military heroes with Liberty ties at 600 Miles of Remembrance race

For the third year in a row, Liberty University junior and NASCAR Cup Series driver William Byron will drive in memory of a fallen U.S. military service member with ties to Liberty during the 600 Miles of Remembrance held over Memorial Day Weekend. ...

5.12.2020 | | Read More

Liberty criminal justice students mentor juveniles in local detention center

Liberty University students in a Helms School of Government criminal justice program meet two to three times per month each Thursday evening to mentor delinquents at the Lynchburg Juvenile Detention Center. ...

5.6.2020 | Read More

Worship Collective remains active, increases songwriting during COVID-19 quarantine

Liberty University’s Worship Collective, led by Executive Director Kevin Huguley, is remaining focused on their goal of leading Liberty’s student body in worship despite not being able to do so in person due to COVID-19 restrictions. ...

4.29.2020 | Read More

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