affordable Biblical education...
Serving the church by enriching, educating and equipping believers.
A few of our Professors
How to Study the Bible
Eric is a graduate of Cairn University with a B.S. in Bible and Secondary Education. He has been a Bible educator for over 20 years at Lititz Christian School (Lititz, PA), and is a regular teacher/preacher at his local church. He and his wife have five children. They enjoy playing sports and spending time with family.
Rich holds an honorary Doctor of Ministry from Trinity College and Theological Seminary. He leads Steady Men of God Men’s Bible study and is the Director of Victory Church Leadership College where he is blessed to pursue his passion for teaching the Truths of God’s Word! He lives in Lancaster County with his wife Sherry and their blended family of 5 children and 6 grandchildren.
Old Testament Survey
John is the lead pastor at Upper Perkiomen Community Church. Called to “the Valley” in 2009, he and his family quickly fell in love with the area and made it their home. Pastor John challenges the people of UPCC to develop deep relationships for the purpose of loving God and loving others.
Programs and Courses
eQuip courses are divided into certificate tracks. You are eligible for a Program Certificate once you achieve 16 CEUs in any one track. If you earn 32 CEUs in one track you are eligible for an Advanced Certificate and you can receive your certificate in one of our regular LBC graduation ceremonies. Consult the course schedule for more information. (Not all classes or tracks will be offered every session.)
Our mission is to eQuip...
In this website you will find a myriad of resources, from free online bible study courses that you can complete at your own pace, to on campus courses where you can study with other students learning from trained and experienced Bible teachers. We also invite you to visit any of our partner sites, and learn more about their ministry efforts to fulfil the mission of Ephesians 4:12; equipping the saints for the work of the church.