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LBC | Capital Faculty Members Presenting at Evangelical Theological Society Conference


April 7, 2021

This week, Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School faculty will have the chance to share their expertise and insights before a vast, virtual audience of theologians and thinkers. On April 9, LBC | Capital will host the Eastern Region of the Evangelical Theological Society’s (ETS) annual conference. The conference will be virtual […]

LBC | Capital Alcuin Society Provides Platform for Faculty & Student Thought


March 24, 2021

By their nature, colleges and universities are designed with critical thinking and scholarship at the core. The Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School Alcuin Society serves as a faculty-based scholarly platform to provide LBC | Capital’s professors, students and academics opportunities to share their expertise, present scholarship for peer review and engage […]

LBC | Capital – Philadelphia Featured on Reach Gospel Radio


February 22, 2021
Categories: Faculty, Philadelphia

Throughout the spring of 2021, LBC | Capital – Philadelphia will be featured each Saturday morning on Reach Gospel Radio, a network that reaches 20 cities in nine states along the east coast and into Canada. David Lingham, LBC | Capital – Philadelphia Enrollment & Recruitment Manager, right, will be the guest at 9 a.m. […]

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 […]

Why Is Diversity So Hard?


January 30, 2020

Jael Chambers 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 my Ph.D.  or some advanced degree in the urban culture and the […]

“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 […]