Traditional Classroom Setting

Enrich your Bible education in a traditional classroom. If you enjoy the dynamics of an instructor-led setting and interaction with other students, these classes are for you! Check the list below for class schedules and locations. 

In response to COVID-19, eQuip on campus courses have been suspended for Session 3. As LBC reevaluates the response to this issue we will resume classes. Thank you for your patience.

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Lancaster

Washington, DC

New Antioch Church

January 7 - February 4

In Isaiah 1 we will study the first 39 chapters and learn how these chapters parallel the first 39 chapters of the Old Testament.

This course is an introduction to the principles and practice of studying the Bible using various methods of interpretation.

This course will include a verse-by-verse study of Paul’s Epistle to the Romans from the English text.

This course provides insight into group information and processes, power and influence in organizations and varying styles of leadership.

January - February

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1/6 – 2/10.
An introduction to the principles and practice of interpreting the Bible through study of key principles and guidelines for application.

1/6 – 2/10.
This course surveys the life of Jesus Christ as presented in the four Gospels, including chronology, major discourses and important issues.

1/6 – 2/10.
Critique curriculum samples and understand the components of a curriculum guided by CE objectives and needs assessment.

1/6 – 2/10.
This course will equip students with the skills necessary to identify causes of conflicts and creatively apply appropriate and godly strategies.

1/7 – 2/11
The Bible and Salvation – A Comparative Study of Christianity & Islam. Students will study the framework and tools to reach out to Muslims with the appropriate Biblical balance of truth and love in Jesus Christ.

February 18 - March 17

In this course we will discover how the last 27 chapters of Isaiah Parallel the 27 chapters of the New Testament and focus on “God’s Grace”.

This course surveys the life of Jesus Christ as presented in the four Gospels, including critical issues and present-day applications.

Study how the American experience has shaped the beliefs and practices of the church and how the church has impacted American culture.

February - March

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2/24 – 3/23
Included in this course is a study of the growth and development of the early church as recorded in the Book of Acts

2/24 – 3/23.
Study a holistic approach to managing the CE classroom experience; teaching methods, tools and resources, and behavioral management.

2/24 – 3/23.
Study leadership and the organizational elements of alignment, accountability, accomplishment and acceleration.

2/25 – 3/24.
This class presents the person and work of Jesus Christ as more than a prophet, along with Qur’anic objections to the Trinity.

February 18 - March 17

In this course, students will study the concept of creating and casting a vision and its role in motivating team members.

March 31 - April 8

Included in this course is a study of the growth and development of the early church as recorded in the Book of Acts

Study prophecy, different approaches to the interpretation, and the history of interpretation of apocolyptic books.

This course will equip students to teach God’s Word creatively and effectively to adults in both small and large group settings.

April - May

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4/6 – 5/4.
This course surveys the books of the Pentateuch placing special emphasis on biblical beginnings and the development of the covenants.

4/6 – 5/4.
Discover and evaluate resources for lesson planning, utilizing teaching tools that match your needs and offerings.

4/6 – 5/4>

Maintaining wholeness and preventing burnout. We will define burnout and assess symptoms of burnout.

4/7 – 5/5.
This class addresses such questions as, who is the best model for a true religion of peace, Jesus of Christianity, or Muhammad of Islam? 

March 31 - April 28

3/31 – 4/28.
This course will equip students with the skills necessary to identify causes of conflicts and creatively apply appropriate and godly strategies.

May 12 - June 9

This course surveys the books of the Pentateuch placing special emphasis on biblical beginnings and the development of the covenants.

This course is an exegetical study of Hebrews showing the superiority of Jesus Christ over prophets, angels, and the Old Testament priesthood.