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In 1 Peter 3:15, the Apostle Peter calls believers to always be prepared to give an answer to anyone who asks about the hope that is in them. Speaking in defense of the Christian faith has come to be known… »»» read more
The Louisiana College Caskey School of Divinity held their Spring 2013 Distinguished Scholar Lectures in Biblical and Theological studies Thursday, March 14 in Bolton Chapel.
Dr. Douglas Moo, Kenneth T. Wessner Professor of New Testament at… »»» read more
At LC's weekly chapel service on Feb. 14, Dr. Argile Smith kept the discussion very simple with a distinct point throughout the hour.
His discussion was from 1 John 1:5, “This is the message we have… »»» read more
At its weekly chapel service Feb. 7, Louisiana College had the privilege of being joined by special guest, Dr. Rebekah Naylor.
Dr. Naylor, a medical missionary to India for over 30 years, shared some of her… »»» read more
At the Jan. 31 Louisiana College chapel, Dr. Rod Masteller, Director of the Joseph Willis Institute for Great Spiritual Awakenings and Ambassador for the Caskey School of Divinity, brought a message challenging students to faith and persistence.
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Helping students get through every day trials and the semester.
That was the subject of the weekly chapel message by Dr. Argile Smith who spoke to Louisiana College students about maintaining their faith in Christ.
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On Thursday, Louisiana College students and faculty came together for the first chapel of the Spring 2013 semester. With the hope that a new year and a new season brings still very fresh in everyone’s minds, those in attendance were… »»» read more
At the Nov. 29, 2012 Louisiana College chapel service, Dr. Argile Smith spoke from John 1:14 on "We Beheld His Glory" in the final LC chapel service before Christmas break.
The chapel service also included performances by… »»» read more
An over-sized dining table cramped with heaping plates of stuffing, turkey and Aunt Ellen’s mystery casserole. Sounds of laughter, gossip and clanging dishes fill the air. A cloud of smoke escapes the kitchen from an accidentally overcooked pie.
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PINEVILLE – In the Nov. 1 Louisiana College chapel, Dr. Argile Smith, Dean of Chapel, discussed the harmful effects of rejection students experience.
Rejection, however, can be overcome by the application of Paul’s words in 1… »»» read more
Do you think of prayer as a suggestion, a request or a command?
In the original language, when the Apostle Paul wrote to his protege, Timothy, in I Timothy 2:8, "Therefore I want the men in… »»» read more
Dockery's call to kingdom work
Dr. David Dockery, president of Union University in Jackson, Tn., was the guest lecturer for the Oct. 11 Louisiana College chapel service.
Dockery’s message focused on the life… »»» read more
With its first year completed, the Louisiana College Caskey School of Divinity will celebrate its one-year anniversary with a weekend full of events starting Thursday with the Distinguished Scholar Lecture, and culminating Friday with the Caskey’s Founders Day celebration.
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Every Tuesday night, on the edge of the Louisiana College campus, there is a fellowship of students who gather for one purpose – to worship God.
The Edge, under the leadership of Jerry Dark, is a worship… »»» read more
"Love is experienced before it is expressed."
That observation came from Dr. Argile Smith during LC's Sept. 13 chapel service in which Dr. Smith spoke from I Timothy 1:5 about how, "...the goal of our instruction… »»» read more
Generally, we think of facts as things that are arbitrary, fixed and not up for dispute. But what about the facts of faith?
Perhaps you have never thought about it that way, and that is part… »»» read more
"For as many as are of the works of the Law are under a curse; for it is written, 'Cursed is everyone who does not abide by all things written in the book of the law, to perform them.'" Galatians… »»» read more
During the week of March 20, Louisiana College had the opportunity to see first-hand the man who could become the next figure head of the Southern Baptist Convention.
If Dr. Fred Luter is chosen to become… »»» read more
They were three powerful men, and they all had the chance to hear the Gospel of Jesus Christ proclaimed to them by the Apostle Paul.
The accounts of those hearings as recorded in the Book of… »»» read more
Students came from all across the state to First Baptist Church of Pineville on February 10 and 11 for CEC 2012 .
Around 800 students came together to worship and hear the Gospel to grow in… »»» read more
The Feb. 16, 2012 chapel at Louisiana College focused on the topic, "What's so good about being patient?"
Dr. Argile Smith continued his journey through the life of Joseph - focusing on Genesis 40:8. Despite his ability… »»» read more
He was faced with a risky decision.
Joseph being tempted by Potiphar's wife is a familiar Biblical story, and the outcome of that decision served as the basis of Thursday's Louisiana College chapel service as Dr.… »»» read more
In a message that clearly came from his heart and hopefully touched the hearts of those who heard, Dr. Chuck Quarles Thursday reminded those at the weekly Louisiana College Chapel that the sacrifice of Jesus Christ can make clean again… »»» read more
PINEVILLE, La. - This last Monday and Tuesday, Louisiana College hosted the Louisiana Evangelism Conference in Guinn Auditorium.
Pastors, deacons, and church members from churches all across the state gathered together in hope of starting an… »»» read more
Louisiana College's weekly chapel service for Jan. 19, 2012 featured a message from Dr. Argile Smith from Mark 5:1-20.
Watch the chapel service here:
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The Louisiana College family had a spirit-filled sendoff in the final chapel of 2011 on Dec. 1.
With performances by the LC Praise Band and the drama team, Testify, the culmination of the chapel service was… »»» read more
Dr. John Avant, pastor of First Baptist Church of West Monroe, recounted an incident earlier in his life that served as a basis for his message Thursday at… »»» read more
“This is my commandment, that you love one another as I have loved you. Greater love has no one than this, that someone lay down his life for his friends. You are my friends if you do what I command… »»» read more
Are you just going through the motions? Or, do you have vibrant, fulfilling walk with Him?
In LC's weekly chapel service, Dr. Argile smith again spoke from John, but this time 15:6-11. His message focused on what… »»» read more
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