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Center for Teaching & Learning Helps Equip Faculty to be the ‘Living Curriculum’ of LBC | Capital 


October 26, 2020
Categories: Academics, Faculty

Students aren’t the only ones consistently learning at Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School. Faculty also head back to class regularly through LBC | Capital’s Center for Teaching & Learning (CTL) to stay up to date on the latest teaching innovations and help the college remain a premier institution of higher learning […]

LBC | Capital’s Response to COVID-19 #LBCtogether


June 22, 2020
Categories: Faculty, Student Life

Re-posted from the Spring 2020 Issue of ECHO Magazine What does a college do when, halfway through a semester, an unseen virus drives students off campus, cancels athletics, takes them away from “real” face-time with peers and professors, and forces them into a virtual learning environment? “We are building a plane in the air,” said […]

Here’s Why Our Professors Are Committed to Biblical Integration


February 12, 2020
Categories: Faculty

At Lancaster Bible College, we pride ourselves on biblical integration at every level of our institution. A number of our professors have recently earned masters or doctoral degrees. So we asked them: how has your continued education equipped you to prepare students for their future and how do you integrate the Bible into your classroom? […]

Why Is Diversity So Hard?


January 30, 2020

Jael Chambers was a part-time faculty member at Lancaster Bible College’s Philadelphia location and is the founder of Cultured Enuf, a diversity consultant firm. Why is creating a truly diverse team and knowing how to truly value diversity in our lives, ‘valuing differences’, so difficult? Growing up in LA made me feel like I earned […]

“Social work . . . [allowed] me to use my painful childhood experiences in a productive way,” says Dr. Ling Dinse, Social Work Prof


September 16, 2019

Dr. Ling Dinse has taught social work at Lancaster Bible College for many years. We asked her to share why she’s passionate about the field, what kind of skills she hopes to pass on to her students and more. 1. What’s your role at Lancaster Bible College? I serve as an assistant professor in the […]

Adjunct Professor at LBC Wins Grammy


February 11, 2019
Categories: Campus News, Faculty

Doris Hall-Gulati, an adjunct faculty member at Lancaster Bible College and local musician, won a Grammy for her work on Lansing McClosky’s “Zealot Canticles,” performed by choral group The Crossing, in the best choral performance category. Hall-Gulati teaches clarinet at LBC and has worked as a woodwind coach with the college’s orchestra. You can hear some of […]

An Interview with Dr. Krish Kandiah


January 23, 2019

Dr. Doug Kegarise, program director of Capital Seminary & Graduate School’s Doctor of Ministry program, sat down and interviewed Dr. Kris Kandiah, a UK-based author, speaker, consultant, former seminary president and passionate advocate for the needs of vulnerable children. He’s also an adjunct professor in our DMin program who provides our graduate students with invaluable […]

4 Reasons You Should Earn Your Ph.D.


January 11, 2018

I spoke with a British friend who commented that Americans are fixated on degrees. He elaborated on the tendency towards the need for further degrees to do one’s job well or simply for the prestige of having a graduate or doctoral diploma. At first, I was offended, particularly since I had two graduate degrees at […]