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Edwin Miller: CEO of 9lenses was named to Venture Magazine 40 and 40 [1] and top 12 CEO by Washington Business Journal [2]

Barry Minkow: Former Businessman who's in jail for fraud

Dean Parker: Founder of Cloud Communications Alliance and Callis Communications [3]


Susan Wise Bauer '88: Author and English instructor at The College of William & Mary

Jerry Falwell, Jr. '84: President and Chancellor of Liberty University

Paul H. Dixon: Former president, Cedarville University

Joe Hale: Founder, Network of International Christian Schools


Richard Rossi, filmmaker, evangelist, and missionary

Don White, director and producer

Dan Gordon, screenwriter

Randall Wallace, screenwriter


Shannon Bream: Supreme Court reporter, Fox News[4]

Samantha Steele: ESPN College GameDay reporter


Mike Bullock: Comic writer for Lions, Tigers and Bears and The Phantom[citation needed]

Angela Elwell Hunt '80: Christian author

Daniel Whyte III, M.A.: Christian author


Meredith Andrews: Contemporary Christian music singer

Jody McBrayer: Former singer for Christian group Avalon

Hector Cervantes: Member of Casting Crowns

Thad Cockrell: Christian country singer

Stephen Christian: Lead singer for Anberlin[5]

Terry Fator: Singer and ventriloquist; winner of season 2 of America's Got Talent

Lance G. Flood: Contemporary Christian Singer and Songwriter

Chad Graham: Member of Christian rock band Anthem Lights

Caleb Grimm: Member of Christian rock band Anthem Lights

Corey Horn: Bassist for Christian rock band Remedy Drive

Kyle Kupecky: Member of Christian rock band Anthem Lights

Tim Lambesis: Musician and member of As I Lay Dying

Mark Lowry: Christian singer and comedian

Kevin Max: Singer for Christian group Audio Adrenaline; former member of Christian rock band DC Talk

Guy Penrod: Former singer for gospel group Gaither Vocal Band

Alan Powell: Member of Christian rock band Anthem Lights

Shaun Tomczak: Member of the band Sidewalk Prophets

Phil Stacey: Contestant on the sixth season of American Idol[6]

Jon Schneck: Member of Christian rock band Relient K

Michael Tait: Singer for Christian group Newsboys; former member of DC Talk

TobyMac: Christian rapper; former member of DC Talk


Tad Skylar Agoglia: Founder, First Response Team of America

Kevin Beary: Former sheriff of Orange County, Florida


Luc Angers: Councillor, Gatineau City Council, Quebec

Chuck Baldwin: Constitution Party presidential nominee in the 2008 US presidential election

Scott Baugh '84: Former Republican member of the California State Assembly

Fernando Cabrera: Democratic Council member in New York

Jeff Coleman '01: Former Republican member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives

Mike Fleck '95: Republican member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives

Tim Krieger '84: Republican member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives

Kevin Grantham: Republican member of the Colorado Senate

Ben Parkhill: Political consultant

Tony Perkins: President of the Family Research Council; former Republican member of the Louisiana House of Representatives

Adrian Smith: US Congressman from Nebraska (transferred to the University of Nebraska)

Jeffrey Thompson: Member of the Idaho House of Representatives


Kellie Rasberry: Co-host of Kidd Kraddick in the Morning (transferred to Francis Marion University)

Bob Sturm: Sports radio host on Dallas-based KTCK


Jonathan Falwell '87: Senior Pastor of Thomas Road Baptist Church

William Franklin Graham IV '97: Evangelist; grandson of Billy Graham

Michael R. Licona, M.A. '00: Christian scholar and apologist

Gabe Lyons: Founder, Fermi Project

Johnnie Moore, Jr. '04; M.A., '06: Pastor and Liberty University administrator

William Schnoebelen, M.A. '90: Christian apologist and author

Ed Stetzer: Christian author and missionary

Chris Surber, M.Div.: Pastor and author

Michael Mooney, MBA.: Founder of National Association of Christian Ministers


David A. Schauer: Executive director, National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements



Tony Beasley: Manager of the Syracuse Chiefs

Doug Brady: Former second baseman for the Chicago White Sox[7]

Sid Bream: Former MLB first baseman

Rod Delmonico: Former coach for the University of Tennessee and the Dutch national team

Lee Guetterman: Former MLB pitcher

Randy Tomlin: Pitching coach for the Harrisburg Senators


Peter Aluma: Former center for the Nigerian national team

Seth Curry: Guard for Duke University (transferred from Liberty)

Katie Feenstra-Mattera: Head coach of the Cornerstone University women's team

Megan Frazee: Forward for CCC Polkowice in Poland

Octavio De La Grana: Current assistant coach and head scout for the Miami Heat

Julius Nwosu: Former NBA player

Jeri Porter: Head Coach of the George Mason University women's team

Itoro Umoh-Coleman: Head coach of the Clemson University women's team

Avery Warley: Center for the Phoenix Mercury

Winston Bennett: Former NBA player [9]


Fred Banks: Former wide receiver for the Cleveland Browns, Miami Dolphins, and Chicago Bears

Sebastian Barrie: Former defensive end and tackle for the Green Bay Packers, Arizona Cardinals, and San Diego Chargers (transferred from Prairie View A&M University)

Mike Brown: Wide receiver for the Jacksonville Jaguars

Dwayne Carswell: Former tight end and offensive lineman for the Denver Broncos

John Cartwright: Former Liberty coach

Michael Clayton: NFL free agent[citation needed]

Kelvin Edwards: Former player for the New Orleans Saints and Dallas Cowboys

Jason Elam: Former kicker for the Denver Broncos and Atlanta Falcons[10]

Marcus Floyd: Former cornerback for the New York Jets, Buffalo Bills, and Carolina Panthers

Samkon Gado: NFL free agent

Eric Green: Former NFL tight end

Wayne Haddix: Former defensive end for the New York Giants, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Carolina Panthers

Erick Harris: Former NFL and arena football defensive end

Rashad Jennings: Running back for the Jacksonville Jaguars

Dominique Jones: Tight End for the Miami Dolphins

Matt Lambros: CFL free agent

T.J. McCreight: Personnel director for the Arizona Cardinals

James McKnight: Coach at Cypress Bay High School

Vince Redd: NFL free agent (transferred to the University of Virginia)

Stephen Sene: Offensive tackle for the New England Patriots

Vic Shealy: Head coach at Houston Baptist University

Richard Shelton: Scout for the Tennessee Titans

Johnny Shepherd: Former running back for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, Buffalo Bills, and New York Knights (transferred to Livingston University)

Chris Summers: Wide receiver for the Minnesota Vikings

Paul Troth: Assistant football coach at ECU


Darren Amoo: Forward for the Pittsburgh Riverhounds

Philip Aseweh: Forward for the Houston Dynamo

Juan Guzman: Midfielder for the Charlotte Eagles

Joshua Boateng: Midfielder for AC Oulu in Finland (transferred from Virginia Tech)

James Price: Head coach of the University of Northern Iowa women's team

Darryl Roberts: Striker for the Charlotte Eagles and the Trinidad and Tobago national team

Osei Telesford: Midfielder for the Puerto Rico Islanders and the Trinidad and Tobago national team

Sly Tetteh: Former president of Liberty Professionals in Ghana


Sam Chelanga: Professional runner

Josh Cox '98: Long-distance runner

Elena Seiple: Bodybuilder

Deborah Yow: Director of Athletics at North Carolina State University

Mike Hall: Director of Athletics at USC Upstate [11]

Clark Zealand '96; M.A. '98: Ultramarathon runner


Jean Doumanian: American television producer

Trent Garrett: Actor and model (attended one semester)

Victoria Henley: Contestant, America's Next Top Model, Cycle 19

Vic Mignogna '86: Anime voice actor

Heidi Mueller: Actress[12]

Jeremy Nicholson '01: Emmy Award-winning videographer[13][14]

Kera O'Bryon: Actress nominated for a Daytime Emmy

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