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Beyond the Street Life


August 4, 2020

Re-posted from the Spring 2020 Issue of ECHO Magazine The street life was once comfortable for Marcos Mendez (’21), 41, who is in the Adult Education program at LBC | Capital studying Biblical Studies with a minor in Business. It was all he knew as he watched many of his 11 siblings make poor choices […]

From LBC | Capital Student to Program Director


February 3, 2020

Dr. Sophia Ogunlana Leads Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Washington, D.C., Location In February 2020, Dr. Sophia Ogunlana was named the new program director of Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School’s master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at the  Washington, D.C., location. Dr. Ogunlana says that as an alumna of […]

After a Concussion Forced Her to Drop Out Of College, She Wasn’t Sure She’d Ever Be Able Come Back


February 1, 2020
Categories: Adult Education, Online

Faith Ribaudo (‘20) is a life-long Lancaster County native. But this 25-year-old online student is balancing a new job, volunteering and homework like an old pro. But Ribaudo’s journey with the college actually started several years ago, in 2012, when she was a traditional undergraduate student, fresh out of high school. After she suffered a […]

Why Is Diversity So Hard?


January 30, 2020

Jael Chambers was a part-time faculty member at Lancaster Bible College’s Philadelphia location and is the founder of Cultured Enuf, a diversity consultant firm. Why is creating a truly diverse team and knowing how to truly value diversity in our lives, ‘valuing differences’, so difficult? Growing up in LA made me feel like I earned […]

After 30+ Years in the Federal Government, She’s Earning a Bible Degree


October 15, 2019

Judith Ramsey found herself with a bachelor’s degree in biblical studies and a master’s degree in theology from an unaccredited school. Those degrees didn’t prevent her from leading as an ordained elder at Greater Mount Calvary Holy Church in Washington, D.C. They didn’t prevent her from being the president of the church’s Ministerial Alliance ministry. […]