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Lancaster Baptist Church (Lancaster California)

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When Lancaster Baptist Church voted unanimously to open West Coast Baptist College in the fall of 1995, we knew that sacrifice would come with opportunity. We knew that to invest in students we would need to give of ourselves—not just as administration and faculty, but also as a church family. And our church family has […]
As we approach Resurrection Sunday, our church is praying and working to impact our community with the largest gospel outreach in our history. Many of our friends around the country are similarly using Easter Sunday as an opportunity to magnify the message of the gospel. Over the years, we have developed printed resources for soulwinning, […]
One of Terrie's early, unspoken expectations of marriage was that I would help around the house. Shortly after we were married, we had invited company over for dinner. I noticed she was stressed with the preparations and offered to help. I was pleased with how delighted she was at my offer and silently congratulated myself […]
When you host a special day or event as a church—such as for Resurrection Sunday or a graduation or conference—it is tempting to finish the event and then kick into low gear. Or, if you are Type A like me, finish the event and quickly move on to the next! We have learned however, that […]
I'll be upfront: as an independent Baptist pastor, I am concerned. Statistics bear that various groups are sliding, and every indication is that established independent Baptist churches are seeing fewer people added to the church by baptism. This means that even as our nation is growing, our evangelism and discipleship efforts are not. Or at […]
The longer I serve in ministry, the more I recognize the value of working with young people. In fact, the longer I serve, the more I believe we should pour more of ourselves into serving our youth. Some of the most significant decisions of my life I made as a teenager. I sensed the call […]
At Lancaster Baptist Church, we typically observe the Lord's Table several times throughout the year. One of those times is the Sunday before we celebrate Christ's Resurrection. I am thankful for how this focuses our hearts on Jesus' sacrifice and the events leading into His crucifixion and resurrection. Before we observed the Lord's Table this […]
As we approach Resurrection Sunday, our church is praying and working to impact our community with the largest gospel outreach in our history. Many of our friends around the country are similarly using Easter Sunday as an opportunity to magnify the message of the gospel. Over the years, we have developed printed resources for soulwinning, […]
One of Terrie's early, unspoken expectations of marriage was that I would help around the house. Shortly after we were married, we had invited company over for dinner. I noticed she was stressed with the preparations and offered to help. I was pleased with how delighted she was at my offer and silently congratulated myself […]
I'll be upfront: as an independent Baptist pastor, I am concerned. Statistics bear that various groups are sliding, and every indication is that established independent Baptist churches are seeing fewer people added to the church by baptism. This means that even as our nation is growing, our evangelism and discipleship efforts are not. Or at […]
Have you ever noticed how a lack of joy negatively impacts your ability to serve the Lord? And to collaborate with those you serve with? Sometimes in the busy seasons of our lives and ministries—the times when we should most be rejoicing in God's goodness and the opportunities to serve Him—it is easy to neglect […]
The longer I serve in ministry, the more I recognize the value of working with young people. In fact, the longer I serve, the more I believe we should pour more of ourselves into serving our youth. Some of the most significant decisions of my life I made as a teenager. I sensed the call […]
At Lancaster Baptist Church, we typically observe the Lord's Table several times throughout the year. One of those times is the Sunday before we celebrate Christ's Resurrection. I am thankful for how this focuses our hearts on Jesus' sacrifice and the events leading into His crucifixion and resurrection. Before we observed the Lord's Table this […]
No doubt about it, Resurrection Sunday is a highlight of the year. I thank God for the opportunity it provides many churches for extended outreach and gospel preaching, and I praise Him for every soul saved around the world this weekend. It is always a blessing to me to watch our church family invest extra […]
One of the great tragedies in America over the past few years has been the mischaracterization of the entire law enforcement community based on the actions of a few. Every profession has those who do not represent it well. But I am thankful that when we call 911, there is a group of people who […]
As we approach Resurrection Sunday, our church is praying and working to impact our community with the largest gospel outreach in our history. Many of our friends around the country are similarly using Easter Sunday as an opportunity to magnify the message of the gospel. Over the years, we have developed printed resources for soulwinning, […]
One of Terrie's early, unspoken expectations of marriage was that I would help around the house. Shortly after we were married, we had invited company over for dinner. I noticed she was stressed with the preparations and offered to help. I was pleased with how delighted she was at my offer and silently congratulated myself […]
No doubt about it, Resurrection Sunday is a highlight of the year. I thank God for the opportunity it provides many churches for extended outreach and gospel preaching, and I praise Him for every soul saved around the world this weekend. It is always a blessing to me to watch our church family invest extra […]
I'll be upfront: as an independent Baptist pastor, I am concerned. Statistics bear that various groups are sliding, and every indication is that established independent Baptist churches are seeing fewer people added to the church by baptism. This means that even as our nation is growing, our evangelism and discipleship efforts are not. Or at […]
The longer I serve in ministry, the more I recognize the value of working with young people. In fact, the longer I serve, the more I believe we should pour more of ourselves into serving our youth. Some of the most significant decisions of my life I made as a teenager. I sensed the call […]
At Lancaster Baptist Church, we typically observe the Lord's Table several times throughout the year. One of those times is the Sunday before we celebrate Christ's Resurrection. I am thankful for how this focuses our hearts on Jesus' sacrifice and the events leading into His crucifixion and resurrection. Before we observed the Lord's Table this […]
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When you host a special day or event as a church—such as for Resurrection Sunday or a graduation or conference—it is tempting to finish the event and then kick into low gear. Or, if you are Type A like me, finish the event and quickly move on to the next! We have learned however, […]Related posts:7 Practices to Build into Your Annual Calendar Cultivating Joy, Growth, and a Passion for Excellence in Your Staff 10 Diagnostic Questions to Assess Balance and Sustainability, part 1
No doubt about it, Resurrection Sunday is a highlight of the year. I thank God for the opportunity it provides many churches for extended outreach and gospel preaching, and I praise Him for every soul saved around the world this weekend. It is always a blessing to me to watch our church family invest extra […]Related posts:Continuing the Celebration: Living in Light of the Resurrection Growth Points 29: Seven Suggestions to Maximize Your Resurrection Sunday Outreach The Empty Tomb: a Surprise Beginning, Pictorial Steps to the Resurrection, Part 8
At Lancaster Baptist Church, we typically observe the Lord's Table several times throughout the year. One of those times is the Sunday before we celebrate Christ's Resurrection. I am thankful for how this focuses our hearts on Jesus' sacrifice and the events leading into His crucifixion and resurrection. Before we observed the Lord's Table this […]Related posts:Why I Love Laboring in the Work of the Lord What the Passion of Christ Teaches Us about Trials, part 1 How a Christian Should Celebrate Easter

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