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November 2008

Virginia Supreme Court Chief Justice speaks at law school

Virginia Supreme Court Chief Justice Leroy Hassell, Sr., gave a presentation at Liberty University School of Law on Thursday. In February 2002, Hassell was appointed as the first African-American Chief Justice of the Virginia Supreme Court and the first to be chosen by the other members of the court.

11.14.2008 | Read More

College For A Weekend crowd joins convocation;
Dr. Ergun Caner speaks on God’s will for our lives

Liberty University welcomed more than 1,600 high school students to College For A Weekend (CFAW) at Friday convocation in the Vines Center. Vice Chancellor Dr. Ron Godwin said the students exploring LU this weekend are the largest CFAW crowd yet.

11.14.2008 | Read More

Flames to host Gardner-Webb this Saturday

With two games remaining in this season of “Unfinished Business,” the Liberty University football team is pushing toward the playoffs. Last week, the Flames brought home their second consecutive Big South Conference title with a 38-26 victory over VMI. Sitting at 8-2...

11.13.2008 | Read More

Illusionist to perform at Winterfest 2008

Illusionists possess an uncanny ability to captivate an audience, performing tricks and stunts rarely attempted by those in attendance. What makes illusionist Brock Gill different from many of his contemporaries?

11.13.2008 | Read More

Liberty joins Cans Across America

The Liberty community participated in the nationwide Cans Across America effort Wednesday, collecting more than 6,207 pounds of canned food. The food is being delivered on Friday to the Lynchburg Daily Bread, which serves Lynchburg area families in need.

11.13.2008 | Read More

Liberty holds Fall Communion Service

Liberty’s annual Fall Communion Service was held Wednesday in the Schilling Center. This year, the interactive, experiential walk-thru service (held during Campus Church in the past) allowed staff and faculty to join students in a memorable worship experience.

11.12.2008 | Read More

Former head of Thomas Nelson Publishers visits Liberty

Sam Moore, former CEO and President of Thomas Nelson Publishers, Inc., was the special guest at Wednesday convocation. Under Moore’s leadership in the 1970s and 80s, Thomas Nelson became the world’s largest Bible and Christian book publisher. It developed the New King James Bible in 1976.

11.12.2008 | Read More

Church Planting Emphasis Week a big success

The Liberty Center for Church Planting concluded a four-day “Storm the Gates” Church Planting Emphasis Week on Saturday. “Storm the Gates was only Liberty’s second Church Planting Emphasis Week in its history, and it also was a huge success,” said Dr. Dave Earley, director of the Liberty Center for Church Planting at Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary.

11.11.2008 | Read More

Financial Aid reaches out with new video and Spanish site

Thanks to two recent developments, Financial Aid information just became easier to access and manage. Last month Liberty began partnering with Financial Aid TV, a firm based in San Francisco, Calif., to provide online video counseling for Financial Aid recipients and their parents in a YouTube format.

11.11.2008 | Read More

Former LU football player injured in shooting

Former Liberty University running back Shay Nicholson is currently in critical condition after suffering a gunshot to the head this past Saturday in Harrisonburg, Va. Please pray for Nicholson and his family during this difficult time.

11.10.2008 | Read More

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