Category: Student Life


LBC Alumna & Students Partner with Local Human Trafficking Ministries

January 26, 2023

Each January, human trafficking organizations around the world work perhaps just a little more passionately to create awareness about a shameful fact: Over 40 million people are victims of human trafficking worldwide. [Source:] But the reality is that these ministries and organizations work passionately every day of the year—beyond Human Trafficking Awareness Month in […]

Rolling with the Punches | Professor Tony Bruno Arms Students with Knowledge, Strength & Resiliency

January 17, 2023

(This article originally appeared in the Fall 2022 ECHO Magazine.) On a typical day at Lancaster Bible College, Tony Bruno puts on a jacket, gathers his teaching plans and heads to the classroom—arming students with biblical knowledge that will serve them for a lifetime and help them defend their faith in a world that isn’t […]

Miss Maryland Kayla Willing (’25) Competes in Miss America

December 15, 2022

A Lancaster Bible College communication major and field hockey player celebrated several major milestones in 2022—being crowned Miss Maryland in June 2022 and competing in Miss America 2023 in December! “I truly believe I won due to the foundational teachings I received at LBC | Capital along with the uplifting support,” shared Kayla Willing (’25). “They encouraged […]

TraveLearn Tours and Journey Team Trips Introduce Students to the World

December 12, 2022

Lancaster Bible College’s many travel experiences help students shape their worldview by experiencing the world. As students broaden their horizons, they deepen their relationship with God through study abroad options. Travel opportunities give students the chance to visit new places, experience other cultures and expand their education. Usually offered annually, trips or tours are short-term […]

Prioritizing Rest: Thoughts from LBC’s Director of Discipleship Dwight Shelly 

November 21, 2022

(This article was reposted from the LBC Focus student newspaper. Follow the student publication on Instagram @focuslbc.) Dwight Shelly (’13), Director of Discipleship at Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School, noticed how many students on campus were “running at a frenetic pace.” In a culture where students are faced with high expectations, […]

Can College Students Really Start Their Own Businesses? Yes!

November 8, 2022

Growing up, I watched shows like “Shark Tank” and “The Profit.” While these are great shows where people have the opportunity to ask a person to invest in their company, the shows can give people the wrong perception. They can disappoint aspiring entrepreneurs and make them think they cannot start their own businesses unless they […]

LBC Health & Wellness Focuses on ‘Wellness Challenges’ and ‘Health Talks’

November 7, 2022

Lancaster Bible College Health & Wellness is focusing on several new initiatives this fall to help spread the word about physical, spiritual, mental and emotional health. First, during the week of Nov. 7-11, the college’s Wellness Team will work to empower students to live a holistic life through “Charger Wellness Challenges.” Each day, students will […]

LBC Co-Hosts Exciting Educational Trip to Oxford, England, This Summer

November 2, 2022

Lancaster Bible College| Capital Seminary & Graduate School provides students with many opportunities to grow both inside and outside the classroom. An upcoming educational trip to Oxford, England, is a once-in-a-lifetime global learning opportunity for LBC | Capital students of all majors. WHO: LBC | Capital’s travel experiences help students shape their worldview by experiencing […]

New 1:3 Organization Helps Students Focus on Godly Relationships

October 13, 2022

Besides studying, socialization and sports, Lancaster Bible College students have an array of student-led clubs and organizations through which they can grow and learn. One of the newest groups is called “1:3.” Bree DeVoe (’24), a Middle Level Education major and founder of “1:3,” explains the significance behind the relationship-centered organization. LBC: What need did […]