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Trust Performing Arts Center Welcomes the Dalí Quartet on April 22

March 31, 2023

The Trust Performing Arts Center will welcome the Dalí Quartet, an award-winning group that tours Classical Roots and Latin Soul programming to enthusiastic audiences across the U.S., Canada and South America, for an afternoon concert on April 22. Performing at 3 p.m. in The Trust’s Great Hall, 37 N. Market St. in Lancaster, the Dalí […]

Next On-Campus Open House for High-Schoolers and Families Set for April 21

Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School is planning another on-campus open house this spring for prospective high school undergraduate students and their families on April 21. The Friday event from 8:45 a.m. to 2 p.m. will include tours of the Lancaster campus at 901 Eden Road, interactions with faculty and current students, […]

Two Workshops Will Help Church Leaders ‘Unpack Sacred Scripture’

A pair of spring workshops hosted by Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School will inspire and equip pastors and church leaders to “Unpack Sacred Scripture” so they may better inform and empower their congregations to delve into God’s Word. Two identical events will take place on April 15 at LBC | Capital […]

Associate Registrar Matt Wheeler Impacts Others Through Job & Music

March 27, 2023

Many Lancaster Bible College students, regardless if they are studying in-person on the Lancaster campus or online from anywhere in the world, may not interact much with Associate Registrar Matt Wheeler—unless they are registering for classes or getting ready for graduation. But Matt plays an important role in the life of every LBC | Capital […]

Criminal Justice Program Equips Students to Make Restorative Impact

March 22, 2023

Lancaster Bible College’s Criminal Justice program equips passionate Christians to help bring restorative justice into the world through their career and their relationship with Jesus. Available in several modalities, including a four-year bachelor’s degree on LBC’s main campus in Lancaster, as an associate degree, as a minor, as a fully online bachelor’s program or as […]

LBC | Capital – Philadelphia Student Honored for Radio Work in Women’s History Month

(Portions of this article were originally printed at Students at LBC | Capital’s Philadelphia site have different stories, varied backgrounds, are of many different ages and have a plethora of reasons for starting or restarting their associate or bachelor’s degree education at LBC | Capital. One of those students, Elaine M. Hawkes (’22 & […]

6 Reasons to Study Education at LBC

March 21, 2023

Is your dream to become a teacher, education administrator, professor or instructor? At Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School, we prepare students to be professional educators who do much more than simply teach the curriculum. Whether they graduate with bachelors, masters or doctoral degrees, our students are equipped to enlighten and educate […]

Hebrew Scholar, PhD Program Director Explores Aaronic Blessing on Podcast

March 17, 2023

Dr. Mark Meyer (’93), Director of LBC | Capital’s PhD in Biblical Studies program and professor in the Bible & Theology Department, was invited to be a part of a podcast on the “Aaronic Blessing in the Old Testament” from Numbers 6:24-26. For the interview, Meyer—who earned his Master of Divinity from LBC | Capital, […]

College Community String Orchestra & Wind Ensemble Invite Local Musicians

March 15, 2023

For the annual spring orchestra and band concert, Lancaster Bible College is welcoming musicians from the community to perform side-by-side with students for an afternoon of music from a variety of genres and time periods. Set for 3 p.m. Sunday, April 16, in Good Shepherd Chapel, the concert will feature the College Community String Orchestra, […]

Social Work Prof Spends Spring Break in Zimbabwe, Caring for Caregivers

March 3, 2023

Dr. Kurt Miller, Professor and Director of LBC | Capital’s online Master of Social Work program, is spending his spring break in Zimbabwe in southern Africa. As a guest lecturer for the University of Zimbabwe Social Work Department, Miller is engaging with social work students on the topics of U.S. Child Welfare Policy and the […]