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Pete Beers Flourishes in New Role as Vice President of Traditional Undergraduate Education


February 17, 2022

Just before Christmas 2021, LBC | Capital President Dr. Thomas L. Kiedis announced that Pete Beers would take on the role of Vice President of Traditional Undergraduate Education effective Jan. 1—an interim position he’d held since April 2021. Beers has effectively led teams in Student Affairs, Admissions and Athletics while serving as an integral member […]

LBC | Capital Partners with Seminary in Brazil


February 15, 2022

(This article originally appeared in the Spring 2021 issue of The Echo Magazine and was updated for Spring 2022.) Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School is embarking on an exciting venture with a seminary in Londrina, Paraná State, in southwestern Brazil. LBC | Capital has entered into a partnership with Faculdade Teológica […]

Computer Connection: Daniel Gingrich (’78) Interacts with Lancaster Residents from Around the World


February 9, 2022

(This article originally appeared in the Spring 2021 issue of The ECHO Magazine.) In the Bible, alpha and omega means “the beginning and the end.” For Daniel Gingrich (’78), that is certainly true of his relationship with people from all over the world. He is there at the beginning of their journey soon after they […]

LBC’s Annual Missions Conference is Back in 2022!


February 1, 2022

After a one-year hiatus, Lancaster Bible College is bringing back the much-loved and well-attended Missions Conference in February 2022! This year’s theme is “Welcoming the Foreigner Among Us” and will take participants on a personal journey of how they can be involved in missions right where they are. Set for Feb. 21-25, alumni, students, faculty […]

LBC | Capital Faculty Members Serve, Write, Present & More


January 24, 2022

(These updates originally appeared in the Faculty Accomplishments section of the Winter 2022 issue of The ECHO Magazine.) Eric Brandt (’07), Director of Digital Learning, helped organize the Association for Biblical Higher Education’s first-ever leadership conference on online education. The September event brought together leaders in online learning from Christian colleges and universities across the […]

Beyond the Role, it’s the Place—Get to Know LBC’s Athletic Director


January 10, 2022

(This article was written as part of LBC | Capital’s News Writing course within the Communication & Media Arts Department. LBC | Capital President Thomas L. Kiedis announced that Rod Baughman, who had served as Interim Director of Athletics since April 2021 was named Director of Athletics effective Jan. 1, 2022. Baughman assumed the role […]

PhD in Leadership Graduate Equipped to Continue Work at Compassion International Through Scholarship


December 8, 2021

(Banner photo from Compassion.com) On Dec. 17, 2021, Nicholas Kalyebara graduated from Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School with a PhD in Leadership. For the online LBC | Capital student who is the Manager of Program Support for Compassion International Uganda, this milestone was significant in his service to God and His […]

LBC | Capital Faculty Members Make Impact in Their Academic Fields


November 11, 2021

(These Faculty Accomplishments were reposted from the Fall 2021 issue of The ECHO Magazine. Read the full issue here.) Dr. Ron Belsterling, Professor in the Church & Ministry Leadership Department’s Youth & Young Adult Ministry program, spoke on Attachment Relationship Ministry (ARM) in classrooms at Eastern University in St. David’s, Pennsylvania, and Moorlands College in […]

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 […]