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Our Master’s Degree in Family Counseling Named One of the Best


November 15, 2019

Lancaster Bible College’s master’s degree in marriage, couple and family counseling landed on a list for the Best Online Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy on intelligent.com for the program’s unique biblical perspective. This degree is offered in a blended format, with large portions of coursework completed online while the all-important face-to-face element is maintained […]

What is Lancaster County’s Extraordinary Give?


November 12, 2019
Categories: Campus News, Community

If you happen to follow almost any non-profit on social media, drive around downtown Lancaster or read the newspaper, you’ve probably seen a lot of Extraordinary Give posts, billboards and advertisements cropping up. But what, exactly, is the Extraordinary Give? Since 2012, the Lancaster County Community Foundation has spearheaded this annual November event, widely billed […]

After 30+ Years in the Federal Government, She’s Earning a Bible Degree


October 15, 2019

Judith Ramsey found herself with a bachelor’s degree in biblical studies and a master’s degree in theology from an unaccredited school. Those degrees didn’t prevent her from leading as an ordained elder at Greater Mount Calvary Holy Church in Washington, D.C. They didn’t prevent her from being the president of the church’s Ministerial Alliance ministry. […]

I Have Asperger’s Syndrome and God is Using it for Good



This article originally appeared in Lancaster Bible College’s online student newspaper,  Focus.  Have you ever known someone with Asperger’s syndrome? I do… Asperger’s syndrome is a developmental disorder that causes those afflicted to have more trouble being in social situations, to seek out solitary places when they feel stressed, to maintain consistency in their daily […]

Compassion International Worker Shares How Her Degree Shapes Her Ministry to Children



Medrine Nabalema (‘20) is earning her master’s degree halfway across the globe in Kampala, Uganda – though it hardly seems necessary, given her already impressive resume. A longtime Sunday school teacher and children’s committee members at her local church and, most notably, a senior partnership facilitator with Compassion International, she’s got credentials to spare. So […]