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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 […]

Question: What is Life-on-Life at LBC? Here Are 7 Answers!


July 19, 2021

Residential and commuting college students around the country are excited to get back to campus, especially for face-to-face learning, activities and reuniting with friends. While Lancaster Bible College conducted classes and activities in-person for the entire 2020-21 academic year, all while keeping student and staff safety in mind, this fall will bring back even more […]

What is a Bible College?


July 15, 2021

In an age and society that increasingly challenging Christian beliefs, what are Bible colleges and why do we need them? We’re glad you asked. Here are some frequently asked questions about Bible colleges. 1. What is a Bible College Anyway? The basic characteristic of a Bible college that differentiates it from other universities is the […]

Social Work Major Puts LBC Classes to Good Use for Church Internship


July 7, 2021

This summer, Stefanie Good (’23) is heading to church much more often than just Sundays. The social work major is interning at her church, Mount Joy Mennonite in Mount Joy, Pennsylvania. Her main responsibilities include guest teaching for youth and adult Sunday School, as well as a women’s Bible study on Galatians. “I have decided […]

Get Set for LBC Summer Sports Camps


May 29, 2021

Lancaster Bible College is planning a lineup of 2021 summer athletic camps, beginning June 21 and continuing through Aug. 5. Sports include basketball, field hockey, lacrosse, soccer and volleyball for athletes from elementary to high school. Besides building athletic skills, these summer events center on fun, fellowship and teamwork. Summer sports camps are directed by […]

LBC Adds Literature Minor to Help Students Become Better Readers of Scripture, History and Culture


May 13, 2021

During the 2020-21 academic year, LBC | Capital added a literature minor to its undergraduate offerings. Dr. Geoffrey Reiter—a well-known lover of literature on the Lancaster campus, Associate Professor and Coordinator of Literature within the Arts & Sciences Department—talks about why studying literature benefits students in a variety of realms. LBC | CAPITAL: Why should […]

4+1 Program Paves the Way for Bachelor’s & Master’s in 5 Years Total


March 22, 2021

A unique program at Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School provides a pathway for students to earn both a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in just five years total. The 4+1 program, available in four academic departments at LBC | Capital, has multiple benefits for students. Bible & Theology Students who […]

New Finishers for Christ Group Focuses on Discipleship and Relationship


March 12, 2021

LBC | Capital recognizes the importance of community in walking with Christ and supporting one another through every step of life. Based on curriculum that will guide community and small group discussions, Finishers for Christ’s weekly activities are focused on discipleship and mentorship that will help students formulate their biblical worldview. Group organizers, such as […]

Post a Pic of Your Acceptance Letter with #LBCAccepted for Chance to Win a $2,000 Scholarship


February 7, 2021

So, you’ve just gotten word that you’ve been accepted to Lancaster Bible College’s traditional undergraduate program and you couldn’t be more thrilled. Want to turn that enthusiasm into a sweet scholarship? Then enter our contest for a chance to win a $2,000 scholarship. Here’s what you need to do. 1. Post a picture or video […]