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Square Halo Gallery Hosts Irish-Inspired March-April Show

February 8, 2023

The Square Halo Gallery within The Trust Performing Arts Center in downtown Lancaster will host an Irish-inspired show in March and April 2023. Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day, the spring exhibit will feature printmaking from Lancaster County illustrator, graphic designer and curator Ned Bustard. His two new books are “Saint Patrick the Forgiver,” […]

Charger Teams Rally for Conference Food Drive to Benefit Water Street

February 7, 2023

Lancaster Bible College’s nearly 20 Division III Charger athletic teams came together in February 2023 that was a win-win situation for all involved. From Jan. 30-Feb. 5, the United East athletic conference hosted the “United Feast” food drive. Participating colleges within the conference, which includes, besides LBC, Gallaudet University, Pennsylvania College of Technology, Penn State […]

Alumna Balances Parenting, Teaching Children’s Ministry at LBC & More

February 6, 2023

Christina (McLaughlin ’13 & ’16) Goss has a lot on her plate, but having a heart rooted in Scripture has helped her prioritize life as a wife, mother, Teaching Assistant at LBC and more. After first earning a bachelor’s degree in Women in Christian Ministries in 2013, Christina went on to earn her Master of […]

LBC Musical Theatre Director Nominated for MOVIEGUIDE Award!

The accolades and great reviews keep rolling in for Sight & Sound Film’s debut, “I Heard the Bells.” In January 2023, LBC’s own Musical Theatre Director, Stephen Atherholt, who plays Henry Wadsworth Longfellow in the film, was nominated for the Grace Prize for Most Inspiring Performance for Movies in the 30th annual MOVIEGUIDE Awards. “I Heard the […]

LBC | Capital Hosting Several Global Open Houses This Winter and Spring

January 31, 2023

Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School will host several virtual open houses this winter and spring for prospective students interested in exploring the online and hybrid options available at the college’s Washington, D.C., and Philadelphia locations, as well as 100% online. Attendees can learn about the market-relevant professional and ministry degrees offered […]

Trust Performing Arts Center Hosts Beyond Ourselves Benefit Concert

January 30, 2023

A special concert at The Trust Performing Arts Center on Feb. 26 will not only provide an afternoon of uplifting and inspiring music but also benefit a very worthy cause. Beyond Ourselves is a joint project pairing music and social outreach. The Beyond Ourselves Chamber Ensemble promotes the global work of Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) […]

LBC Library Director and Professor Introduces High School Students to Author John Calvin

Through an innovative web series called “Journey Through the Author Bank,” high school students interested in a liberal arts education can “discover history’s greatest authors with the nation’s top liberal arts universities.” The host, Classic Learning Test (CLT), invites renowned professors from colleges and universities to regular live, online seminars so students can learn more […]

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 […]

‘Little Women: The Musical’ Takes the LBC Stage Feb. 17-25

January 25, 2023

The timeless story within Louisa May Alcott’s “Little Women” is familiar to millions around the world, whether through a tattered library book read in elementary school to an annual reading of this favorite classic. In February 2023, fans of this coming-of-age tale will have the opportunity to experience the lives and loves of the March […]