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A Construction Worker Turned Counselor Shares Why He Made A Career Change


August 3, 2018

Jonathan Taylor (‘18) worked in construction and commercial painting for most of his life – twenty years, to be exact. But it wasn’t a career he loved. “After high school, I went to a community college, and after that, I joined the United States Marine Corps reserves,” he said. “I was active for a year […]

Prison Chaplain & LBC Student Shares What It’s Really Like To Care For The Least Of These



Michele Reynolds (’19) is learning what it means to follow God’s calling – even when it’s difficult. Right now, she’s working toward earning her Master of Arts in Christian care while working as a chaplain for Good News Jail and Prison Ministry at Prince George’s County Correctional Center in Upper Marlboro, Maryland. Seminary can be […]

3 Reasons To Study Communication At LBC


July 17, 2018

Do you love writing? Do you watch the news incessantly? Analyze every ad you see? If so, you should consider studying communications. A degree in communication from Lancaster Bible College prepares you for careers in journalism, broadcasting, public relations, advertising, marketing and more. Here are three reasons to study communication at LBC. 1. LBC is […]

What is a Bible College?


September 15, 2017

In an age and society that is growing increasingly hostile toward Christian beliefs, what are Bible colleges and why do we need them? We’re glad you asked. Here are some frequently asked questions about Bible colleges. 1. So, What is a Bible College Anyway? The basic characteristic of a Bible college that differentiates it from other […]

Student SpotLight: Rodney Carter


April 24, 2017

Before Rodney Carter (’17) began pursuing a master’s degree in professional counseling at Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary and Graduate School’s Greenbelt location, he was already an accomplished scholar. He holds two bachelor’s degrees from Southern Methodist University – one in accounting, the other in economics – and a master’s degree in business administration […]