Independent News of Liberty University
Liberty University’s film school is holding an open casting call for upcoming projects this weekend.
Liberty’s Cinematic Arts, Zaki Gordon Center will conduct the event from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday across from the LaHaye Ice Center in Lynchburg. The event is open to all age groups.
Actors can read for a part in upcoming feature and student thesis films, along with various film projects taking place in Lynchburg.
Source: Daily Journal
Flight teams from four states and the District of Columbia will compete in an intercollegiate flying event in Virginia.
The Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport and Liberty University are hosting the 2014 National Intercollegiate Flying Association completion. University teams from D.C., Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia will compete, along with a high school team from Denbigh Aviation Academy.
Source: The State
Liberty University is adding a new evangelism initiative, forming a partnership with the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA) to offer a cognate and a minor in evangelism through an online Billy Graham School of Evangelism, according to Mitzi Bible, a Liberty spokesperson.
Liberty University with its combined on campus and online enrollment is the largest private, nonprofit university in the nation, the largest university in Virginia, and the largest Christian university in the world, as reported on its website.
The former Liberty University ROTC professor killed in a Taliban attack in Afghanistan two weeks ago, received a final salute on Tuesday at Arlington National Cemetery.
Major Michael Donahue died at age 41 after a suicide bomber drove a vehicle laced with explosives into a foreign military convoy on a base outside Kabul.
Christine Caine, the speaker, author, and activist out of Australia’s Hillsong Church, announced last week that she will begin a training program featuring inspirational videos, industry-specific articles, mentorship pipelines, and urban events to encourage Christian women leaders in the marketplace.
Propel will mark its official launch in January at Liberty University in Virginia—the growing evangelical school where female students outnumber male ones on campus and in online enrollment.
Source: Christianity Today