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When you can’t seem to get organized… Start here.

Elissa Rogers is currently working on her dissertation focus on Family Business Leadership for her Doctorate of Business Administration (DBA). She has completed two masters’ degrees with Liberty University, and her advice is taken directly from her own experiences. The first day of a new class may seem like a long time ago or may be…

Morning and Evening

“Wait for the Lord…” Psalm 27:14 (NIV) It may seem an easy thing to wait, but it is one of the postures that a Christian soldier cannot learn without years of teaching. Marching and quick-marching are much easier for God’s warriors than standing still. There are hours of perplexity when the most willing spirit, anxiously…

Three encouraging words for students returning to school.

Aaron Arch is in his first semester at Liberty University and pursuing a Master of Science in International Relations. Originally from San Antonio, TX, Aaron joined the Army 14 years ago. He met his lovely wife, Julia, in South Korea and has been married for 4 years. They love cooking, traveling, and sharing the gospel to…

This is only temporary.

My name is Justin Harriman, and I recently received my master’s degree in Human Services Counseling: Executive Leadership. I am the quintessential family man who enjoys time with my family. I have two young children (1 girl and 1 boy) and my wife and I have been together for 14 years and counting. When I…

From student to student: Tips for your first semester!

The majority of your first semester is figuring out how this new thing called “school” is going to somehow be placed into the busyness of your life. Your first week is filled with excitement and by the end of the week, you wonder how in the world you’re going to complete every assignment. It’s normal to have…

Encouragement for new students (and students looking for community).

Kylie Hoffman is a 21-year-old graduate of Liberty University Online. She is graduating with her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology: Criminal Psychology. Being a first-generation college student, the thought of attending a university seemed like a dream that was always out of reach. Further complicating my college dream was the challenge of being married to a…

Four tips for new students

Ashley Grubb lives in Iowa, and in her free time, she reads, participates in 5K races for various charities or organizations, and spends time with her three dogs and mother. Her family’s support helps during the tough times. I am 32 years old and made the decision that I will get older no matter what–I can get older…

“To Overcome Temptation DO THIS” by Dr. Gabriel Etzel

Gabriel Etzel, PhD, serves as the Administrative Dean of the Rawlings School of Divinity and Professor of Theology and Christian Leadership at Liberty University. Follow him on Twitter @GabeEtzel. Article taken from Fox News: https://www.foxnews.com/opinion/to-overcome-temptation-do-this A few years back, I heard someone say that in order to overcome temptation, we should shift our focus from the point…

An Online Student’s Prayer

By Shericka Cullin, LUO Student studying Bachelor of Science in Psychology Heavenly Father! I just thank you for who you are. For my classmates, my brothers and sisters… Father, I pray that your glory falls fresh on them today, draw out every fear, every bit of anxiety and any thought or plan that would cause them…

Don’t lose hope in

Jaclyn Blackford works at Liberty University in the office of Online Student Life. She was born in Buffalo, NY but was raised in Orlando, FL. She now lives in Lynchburg, VA. Her passions are writing, photography, trying new restaurants, and hanging out with her husband of 2 years.   It is the very few who endure…

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