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8 Businesses in Lancaster PA Owned by Former LBC Students


January 26, 2019
Categories: Alumni

Small businesses make the world go ’round, as the saying goes. Well, maybe there isn’t actually a saying like that, but we sure do love our local businesses! Check out this (non-exhaustive) list of business in and around Lancaster, Pennsylvania that are owned or founded by alumni, graduates and former students of Lancaster Bible College. […]

She Earned a Degree In Sports Management From a Bible College And Now She Works At The Biggest Indoor Sport Complex In North America


December 20, 2018

When Ky-Leigh (Hallman ‘14) Leighty started looking at colleges, she had already narrowed down her search. Coming in at the top of her list were just four schools – all of them Christian universities or Bible colleges. So what made her choose Lancaster Bible College? “Once I visited LBC’s campus, I knew there was no other place for […]

An Update on the Turf Field


August 30, 2018
Categories: Alumni, Campus News

On May 3, 2018, Lancaster Bible College broke ground for the first phase of a new 93,100-square-foot turf field. The Donald H. Funk Field will serve as the new home of the college’s field sport athletic programs and is named in honor of Donald Funk, a longtime corporation member at LBC. This first phase is […]

This Alumna Offers Support, Love to Clients at Crisis Pregnancy Center


August 17, 2018
Categories: Alumni

This LBC grad shares how her role as president of Align Life Ministries is making a real difference in the lives of men and women in crisis – and saving lives. “God gave me a heart for people – and especially for people to know the Lord,” said Lisa Hosler (’82). When she graduated from Lancaster […]

A Construction Worker Turned Counselor Shares Why He Made A Career Change


August 3, 2018

Jonathan Taylor (‘18) worked in construction and commercial painting for most of his life – twenty years, to be exact. But it wasn’t a career he loved. “After high school, I went to a community college, and after that, I joined the United States Marine Corps reserves,” he said. “I was active for a year […]

Prison Chaplain & LBC Student Shares What It’s Really Like To Care For The Least Of These



Michele Reynolds (’19) is learning what it means to follow God’s calling – even when it’s difficult. Right now, she’s working toward earning her Master of Arts in Christian care while working as a chaplain for Good News Jail and Prison Ministry at Prince George’s County Correctional Center in Upper Marlboro, Maryland. Seminary can be […]