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Government student appointed to national commission on native children

Elizabeth Morris, chairwoman of the Christian Alliance for Indian Child Welfare, was appointed to the Alyce Spotted Bear and Walter Soboleff Commission on Native Children. ...

6.26.2018 | Read More

Nursing students host children’s health program at Salvation Army

This week, about 50 Liberty University School of Nursing students left the classroom and entered the heart of the local Lynchburg community. ...

6.14.2018 | | Read More

Loyal friend of LU and former Thomas Nelson Publishers CEO leaves lasting legacy

Sam Ziady Moore, who served as president of Thomas Nelson Publishers for nearly 47 years and was one of Liberty University's earliest supporters, died on Friday at age 88. ...

6.4.2018 | Read More

Two alumni appointed to Commission on International Religious Freedom

Liberty University alumni Tony Perkins ('92) and Johnnie Moore ('04, '06) were recently appointed to the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom. ...

5.29.2018 | Read More

Military graduates commissioned to change the world for Christ

The crowd at Friday night’s annual Military Graduate Recognition Ceremony were challenged to take their degrees and answer God’s calling to be His ambassadors and world-changers. ...

5.18.2018 | | Read More

Baccalaureate speaker tells graduates to cling to the truth

Pastor David Rhodenhizer, a 1974 alumnus and Board of Trustees member, addresses graduates at Liberty's annual Baccalaureate service on Friday, May 18. ...

5.18.2018 | | Read More

Habitat for Humanity club welcomes local family into their new home

Students from Liberty’s Habitat for Humanity Campus Chapter completed a new home for a Lynchburg family and celebrated the dedication on Saturday. ...

5.12.2018 | Read More

Pastor David Rhodenhizer to deliver 2018 Baccalaureate address

Liberty University is pleased to welcome Pastor David Rhodenhizer (’74), an alumnus and longtime Board of Trustees member, as the keynote speaker for Liberty’s 45th Baccalaureate Service on May 18, 2018. ...

5.4.2018 | Read More

Divinity students fund, pack 10,000 meals for children in Nicaragua

Throughout the spring semester, Liberty University Rawlings School of Divinity students have worked hard to raise money for Rise Against Hunger, a nonprofit aimed at reducing hunger worldwide by coordinating efforts to package and distribute meals. ...

5.3.2018 | Read More

World-renowned professor draws attention for his case for Christ’s resurrection

Dr. Gary Habermas, a distinguished research professor at Liberty University, continues to make waves in the contemporary world of scholarship on behalf of the Christian faith. ...

4.25.2018 | Read More

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