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The Way It Was | Back to the 1970s


Categories: Alumni, Community

For the March 2021 installment of “The Way It Was,” we are headed back to the 1970s, as LBC | Capital was again full of changes and school spirit throughout the early part of the disco decade. Our look at the years 1972-1976 reveals a vibrant campus full of life and dedication to the Lord. […]

The Way It Was | The Turn of the Century and Millennium


February 25, 2021
Categories: Alumni, Community

The February 2021 installment of “The Way It Was” takes us back to the turn of the century and millennium, as LBC | Capital went through several changes from 1997 to 2001. From a presidential change to a brand new chapel on campus, the students, faculty and staff entered the information age with a flurry […]

Orchestra Offers Entertaining Selections for Feb. 22 Concert—Both In-Person and Streaming


February 15, 2021

The Lancaster Bible College Orchestra will present its first concert of 2021 at 7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 22. For the performance, student string musicians will offer Samuel Barber’s “Adagio for Strings,” one of the most widely performed American pieces of music. According to Orchestra Director and Chair of the Music, Worship & Performing Arts Department […]

Why These Three LBC | Capital Women Serve Trafficking Survivors


January 20, 2021

January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month, and just minutes from the Lancaster Bible College campus in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, is North Star Initiative (NSI), which operates with a mission to support women who are survivors of domestic sex trafficking by providing physical, psychological, emotional and spiritual care through a Christ-centered focus. NSI’s 24×7 restoration home and […]

Dr. Peter W. Teague Honored with Central Penn Business Journal ICON Award


December 3, 2020

LBC | Capital President Emeritus Dr. Peter W. Teague has been recognized with a 2020 Central Penn Business Journal ICON Honor. Winners were selected for their long-standing commitment to the mid-state business community and significant professional accomplishments through innovation and leadership. ICON Honors also recognize these business leaders, age 60 and over, for their notable […]