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Faculty Star in Films, Publish Articles & Books, Teach Forums


September 22, 2022

(These Faculty Accomplishments first appeared in the Fall 2022 issue of The ECHO Magazine.) Stephen Atherholt, Director of Musical Theatre Studies in the Music, Worship & Performing Arts Department, is starring in a film about the life of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow in the first movie produced by Sight & Sound Films. The film, “I Heard […]

‘The Best Days Are Always Ahead’—Phil Béna’s 40-Year History with LBC


September 7, 2022

(Reprinted from the Winter 2022 ECHO Magazine) Throughout Rev. Philip Béna’s 40-year teaching career, not much has stayed the same. New faces, new subjects, new and different ways of doing things. But one thing remains constant—Phil Béna (’80) goes where God wants him to go, and that is a divinely guided adventure. The first 31 […]

Lancaster Bible College Will ‘Count It All Joy’ for 2022-23 Chapel Series


August 15, 2022

Each academic year, Lancaster Bible College commits to providing chapel experiences that focus on engaging Scripture, forming disciples and building community. In 2022-23, the college will highlight the chapel theme “Count It All Joy” from the New Testament book of James, where students, faculty and staff will discover practical, godly application—together as a campus community. […]

LBC’s Musical Theatre Director Stars in New Sight & Sound Film


July 7, 2022

It was an early Christmas surprise this summer when Sight & Sound Theatres based in Lancaster, Pa., made a monumental announcement—one with Lancaster Bible College connections. The ministry known for “bringing the Bible to life” through inspiring stage performances in Lancaster as well as Branson, Mo., is branching out to reach even more people and […]

The Journey of a Tablet: Alumnus Shares How Donated Computers Are Changing Lives


May 28, 2022

The Spring 2021 issue of The ECHO Magazine featured LBC | Capital alumnus Daniel Gingrich (’78) who works with the Lancaster City organization Alpha & Omega, which helps non-native English speakers, immigrants and refugees with job help, professional skills, English tutoring, technology and more. Because of that ECHO article, several LBC | Capital alumni, friends […]

Graduation Central 2022: Celebrating LBC | Capital Graduates


May 25, 2022

Welcome to Graduation Central 2022! We hope you enjoy this collection of graduation-related articles and stories. Congratulations, Class of 2022! A Piece of Their Students When three 2022 Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School graduates from the Education Department walked across the Good Shepherd Chapel stage on May 13, they had a piece […]

Lancaster Bible College Inaugurates Sixth President Dr. Thomas L. Kiedis


April 29, 2022

Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School celebrated the inauguration of sixth President Dr. Thomas L. Kiedis at a ceremony on April 29 in Good Shepherd Chapel. Attended by college trustees, board members, administration, faculty, staff, students, family and community, the inauguration ceremony included a keynote address by Dr. Ed Stetzer, Executive Director […]

She Came to Lancaster Bible College from Ukraine, Now Her Family Has Been Forced to Flee to Safety


March 23, 2022

At any given moment in time, typical college students have at least a short list of stressors affecting their life: the next big exam, a tough practice, constraints on time or apprehension about the future. At this moment in history, Lancaster Bible College student Dana Keller (’25) also takes the typical college worries to heart, […]

LBC Chamber Singers Invited to Perform at State Music Conference


March 19, 2022

The Lancaster Bible College Chamber Singers received one of the highest honors for a Pennsylvania ensemble by being invited to perform at the Pennsylvania Music Educators Association (PMEA) Annual In-Service Conference in April 2022. Each year, dozens of scholastic and community music ensembles submit an audition for a chance to perform at the annual PMEA […]

1997 LBC Graduate Aiding Ukraine Refugees at Moldova Border


March 9, 2022

(Dr. Eugene Cozonac graduated from Lancaster Bible College in 1997 with a bachelor’s degree in Bible within the Christian Education & Discipleship program. LBC | Capital has obtained permission from Dr. Cozonac’s wife as well as Christianity Today to repost and link to this article.) Moldova Welcomes 100K Ukraine Refugees, With Evangelicals Opening Doors The […]