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Center for Teaching & Learning Helps Equip Faculty to be the ‘Living Curriculum’ of LBC | Capital 


October 26, 2020
Categories: Academics, Faculty

Students aren’t the only ones consistently learning at Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School. Faculty also head back to class regularly through LBC | Capital’s Center for Teaching & Learning (CTL) to stay up to date on the latest teaching innovations and help the college remain a premier institution of higher learning […]

Communications Professionals Bring Real-World Insight to LBC | Capital Students


October 19, 2020

In July 2019, a new academic department, Communication & Media Arts, was established at Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School. Through their coursework, students are trained for careers in broadcasting, journalism, advertising, public relations, digital marketing, production and graphic design, as they learn to work collaboratively and thrive alongside others through practical, […]

Three New Cabinet Members Using Skill and Experience to Take LBC | Capital Into the Future


September 9, 2020

(Reprinted from the Fall 2020 ECHO Magazine.) This spring, LBC | Capital President Dr. Thomas L. Kiedis announced three exciting Presidential Cabinet appointments that will help take the college into the future. In March, the college established a search committee to find the next LBC | Capital Provost. During this time, Associate Provost Tricia Wilson […]

Social Work Program
Reaccredited for Eight Years


July 27, 2020

In June 2020, the LBC | Capital social work program within the Counseling & Social Work Department was granted full reaccreditation for the next eight years through the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE). CSWE is the accrediting body for all bachelor’s and master’s degrees in social work programs in the United States. LBC | Capital […]

How This Pastor Used his Dissertation Research to Transform His Church


May 14, 2020

Steve Pinto (’20), Associate Pastor at Faro Church in Lake Forest, California, cares deeply about the Church. He has a special affection for the Latino Church and its unique needs and challenges. A bilingual Latino himself – he and his family immigrated from Bogota, Colombia to the United States in 1987 when Steve was just […]

5 Tips for Remote Learning


March 26, 2020

Kate Ray (’21), majoring in Music Education, shares what she’s doing to make the best out of being a remote college student! 1. Form a schedule and stick to it. I’m trying to do assignments for class when I would normally be having the class. It provides some variety and keeps me from spending five […]