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LBC Student Competing for Miss Maryland in June


May 16, 2022

Ballroom dresses, tiaras, flowers, high heels and musical numbers may be what many people think of when it comes to pageantry, but Lancaster Bible College communication major and field hockey player Kayla Willing (’25) explains how it is so much more. “Professionally, I’ve grown in many skills—public speaking, interviews and managing sponsor relationships,” she shares. […]

2022 LBC Graduates Share Blessings, Testimonies and Gratefulness


May 12, 2022

Graduation is a special time for the students who have worked so diligently, for their families who are bursting with pride and for the professors who have watched students flourish. Here are just a few heartfelt words from Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School graduates who celebrated in the spring of 2022. […]

Two Communication Students Eager to Continue Learning  


April 26, 2022

Four years of college just isn’t enough for some students at Lancaster Bible College. With the exciting announcement of LBC | Capital’s new online master’s degree in Strategic Communication Leadership, some students are eager to continue their educational experience at their alma mater. And with LBC | Capital’s unique 4+1 program, students can follow the […]

A Student’s Perspective: Online or In-Person?


March 4, 2022

(This article was written as part of LBC | Capital’s Writing for News Media course within the Communication & Media Arts Department.) In the current era of technology, education has never been more accessible. Students not only have a wide variety of campuses to select from, but they also have countless online opportunities. Lancaster Bible […]

LBC Alumni Return to Campus to Inspire Students


March 2, 2022

The phrase ‘Closed on Sundays’ can bring about various thoughts, but ultimately, many connect it to Chick-fil-A. Known as one of the largest fast food restaurant chains in America, Chick-fil-A also stands out to customers for its core values and principles. After all, Chick-fil-A’s corporate purpose is to glorify God in all they do and […]

LBC | Capital Offering New Online Master of Arts in Strategic Communication Leadership


February 22, 2022

Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School is excited to announce a new, fully online Master of Arts in Strategic Communication Leadership degree. With classes beginning in Fall 2022, enrollment is now open for this program geared not only to LBC | Capital graduates from the Communication & Media Arts Department but also […]

LBC | Capital Faculty Members Serve, Write, Present & More


January 24, 2022

(These updates originally appeared in the Faculty Accomplishments section of the Winter 2022 issue of The ECHO Magazine.) Eric Brandt (’07), Director of Digital Learning, helped organize the Association for Biblical Higher Education’s first-ever leadership conference on online education. The September event brought together leaders in online learning from Christian colleges and universities across the […]

Minors Equip Students to Chart Their Own Pathways to Learning


January 17, 2022

Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School has a catalog of minors and concentrations to choose from, giving students the ability to practically hand-pick degrees that are just right for them. From Business Administration to Music Performance, a surplus of minor options allows students to personalize their learning experiences and career path development. […]

Communication Major Is Ambassador & Intern for ‘The Chosen’ TV Show


October 4, 2021

An LBC | Capital Communication major has an exciting internship with a television series working to spread the gospel. Noah Lynch (’22) is working as an ambassador for “The Chosen.” Lynch has been helping to market the show across LBC’s campus and promote events to spread the word about the TV show to students. Through […]