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A Student’s Perspective: How to Survive Dr. Daniel Spanjer’s History Classes


January 19, 2022

(This article was written as part of LBC | Capital’s News Writing course within the Communication & Media Arts Department.) Often seen coming to class with a coffee cup in hand, Dr. Daniel Spanjer is the Chair of the Lancaster Bible College Arts & Sciences Department and a history professor. His PhD in history is […]

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. […]

What Can You Do with LBC | Capital’s Healthcare Management Degree?


December 6, 2021

The topic of healthcare has been front and center for the past several years—as part of political discussions, in professional circles and even around water coolers and dinner tables. Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School puts its students at the center of these conversations with the Healthcare Management program. Part of the […]

5 Fast Facts About LBC’s Women in Ministry Leadership Program


November 23, 2021

Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School desires its students to grow both spiritually and professionally in their academics. The Women in Ministry Leadership (WML) program is no exception to the underlying mission at LBC | Capital. Rooted in biblical teaching, the WML major is focused on growing women in their faith journey […]

Alumna and Student Teachers Thrive in the Classroom


November 17, 2021

As the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays approach, many reflect on the blessings that abound even during challenging seasons. Two members of the LBC | Capital family in particular have leaned on their education and faith to not only get through tough times but to flourish in their roles as educators. Camryn Horst (’21) began teaching […]

LBC Named a Top 10 Best Christian College in PA


October 18, 2021

Niche.com, a college ranking and review website, recently named Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate as a Top 10 Best Christian College in Pennsylvania. Coming in at No. 8 on the 2022 list, Niche.com reported that 93% of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes, as well […]

What Makes LBC | Capital Unique?


October 11, 2021

As you turn onto Eden Road in Lancaster, Pa., past the Lancaster Bible College sign, you can feel something is different. Whether it’s the array of voices communing together to worship God in chapel, the roar of cheering from the bleachers supporting student-athletes or the wise intellect of professors pouring out onto students, every aspect […]

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 […]

Student Business Collective Helps Majors Glorify God in Business World


September 29, 2021

The Lancaster Bible College Student Business Collective is a business club founded in 2017 to better the LBC business student experience by promoting collaboration among students and partnerships with the local business community. The club accomplishes the first part of the mission, creating collaboration among students, through fun events on campus each month for Business […]

What’s Online Learning Really Like?


August 10, 2021

If you’re considering earning an online degree from Lancaster Bible College, chances are, you’re asking yourself a lot of questions. “What’s it like to earn a degree online?” “Am I tech-savvy enough to figure it out?” “What will online classes be like?” We’re here to put your fears to rest, debunk some common myths and […]