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LU Send Now team continues relief work in Puerto Rico this week

A team of eight Liberty University students and two leaders were dispatched to Puerto Rico on Saturday to continue relief efforts from the widespread damage caused by Hurricane Maria last fall. ...

2.15.2018 | Read More

Heroes of ‘The 15:17 to Paris’ share faith, detail events of thwarted terrorist attack

What started as a three-week vacation touring Europe turned into a defining moment for three friends Alek Skarlatos, Anthony Sadler, and Spencer Stone. On Friday, the three men shared their story during Liberty University Convocation of how God used their ordinary lives to save more than 550 train passengers from an attack. ...

2.9.2018 | | Read More

Topping off Freedom Tower: LU celebrates grand opening of new campus landmark

Liberty University celebrated the opening of its newest — and tallest — landmark on Monday. A ribbon-cutting ceremony took place for the 275-foot-tall Freedom Tower, home of the Rawlings School of Divinity, the nation’s largest center for religious studies and ministerial training. ...

2.5.2018 | Read More

Social work student receives Champion Award for spurring others to service

In celebration of her relentless efforts to involve more students in community service and for taking initiative when she sees an opportunity to help others, Liberty University senior Anna Nokes was awarded with the December Champion Award. ...

1.31.2018 | Read More

Hillsong musicians visit campus, mentor students

Students and faculty interacted with one of the most innovative and dynamic Christian music groups in the country this week. ...

1.26.2018 | Read More

Hillsong NYC pastor Carl Lentz encourages students to ‘turn the page’

Before best-selling author and Hillsong NYC lead pastor Carl Lentz took the stage at Liberty University’s Convocation, the student body came together for a powerful time of worship, led by worship group Hillsong NYC Friday morning. ...

1.26.2018 | | Read More

Fallen football coach testifies to how grace restores

Former University of Mississippi football coach Hugh Freeze and his wife, Jill, unpacked their journey from heartbreak to healing for Liberty University students on Wednesday. ...

1.24.2018 | | Read More

Students spend week ministering to impoverished neighborhoods in LA

A team of 10 Liberty University students and two staff members spent the week before the start of spring semester serving in some of the most at-risk communities of Los Angeles. ...

1.23.2018 | Read More

Liberty students serve medical professionals in Togo during mission trip

A team of eight Liberty University School of Nursing and Department of Biology & Chemistry students, along with two faculty members, spent their New Year’s a little differently by serving alongside the Togolese people to broaden their medical knowledge while being the hands and feet of Jesus. ...

1.17.2018 | Read More

LUCOM partners with Samaritan’s Purse for residency programs abroad

Liberty University College of Osteopathic Medicine (LUCOM) has entered a new partnership with Samaritan’s Purse that will place fourth-year students in international rotations with the Boone, N.C.-based Christian humanitarian organization. ...

1.12.2018 | Read More

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