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Healthcare Management Major Has High Hopes for Her Career and the Future of the Industry


January 27, 2021

Jurnee Acosta (’24), a Healthcare Management major from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, first became interested in healthcare when she picked up a book about animals as a child. Now, about a decade later, Jurnee is on the path to a market-relevant career in an industry with infinite possibilities. Q: Why did you choose Healthcare Management as the […]

Why These Three LBC | Capital Women Serve Trafficking Survivors


January 20, 2021

January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month, and just minutes from the Lancaster Bible College campus in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, is North Star Initiative (NSI), which operates with a mission to support women who are survivors of domestic sex trafficking by providing physical, psychological, emotional and spiritual care through a Christ-centered focus. NSI’s 24×7 restoration home and […]

Cultural Diversity Class Encourages ‘Constructive Conversations’


January 15, 2021

The year 2020 may not have been one of civil engagement on many fronts, but one professor at Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School saw her students engage in political discussions in what she called a “gracious manner.” Dr. Ling Dinse, right, Assistant Professor in the Counseling & Social Work Department at […]

LBC | Capital Launches New Master of Social Work Degree


January 11, 2021

LBC | Capital is in the pre-candidacy accreditation process of launching a new Master of Social Work (MSW) degree. The fully online master’s degree at LBC | Capital will position graduates to serve in leadership roles in the fields of social work and professional ministry. Slated to start under a cohort model in the fall […]

ECHO Extra:
LBC | Capital’s Educational Innovators


January 3, 2021

The ECHO Magazine asked LBC | Capital faculty about ways they have adapted their styles of teaching and courses in the midst of COVID-19 restrictions. The responses were overwhelming, as our team compiled over 19 pages and 5,000 words of notes and submissions. As you read through the following “extra” insights, may you be encouraged […]

ECHO Extra:
LBC Chorale Performs ‘Baba Yetu’



During the fall 2020 semester, the LBC Chorale recorded a special outdoor performance of the moving and inspiring Swahili worship song, “Baba Yetu” or “The Lord’s Prayer.” Over the past decade, the LBC Choirs have performed in Ireland, China and Spain, and the Chorale has been blessed to welcome members from the Bahamas, Indonesia, Niger, […]

ECHO Extra:
And Then It All Made Sense!



One of the many students and alumni who continue to be impacted by the teaching and mentorship of LBC | Capital’s Dr. Ed Scheuerman is Chantal Peterson ’23. Just after Thanksgiving break in 2020, she sent an email to her professor titled, “…and then it all made sense!” Read Chantal’s message below: Hi Dr. Ed! […]