7 Ways Parents Undermine Their Own Influence

October 27, 2016 by Pastor Paul Chappell

All children have moments or seasons when they struggle with obedience—just like their parents.But some young people, particularly in their teenage years,

How a Young Boy Made a Difference for Religious Freedom

August 17, 2016 by Pastor Paul Chappell

If you saw the news headlines back in early June regarding the Zavala family and the Desert Rose Elementary School, you’ll remember why we were concerned about

Why I Support Christian Education

August 8, 2016 by Dr. David Teis

Many years ago, my wife Anna and I made a commitment to train up our children for the Lord with a strong biblical Christian worldview. Because Christian

5 Ways to Help Your Children Walk in the Truth

July 25, 2016 by Pastor Paul Chappell

One of the easy traps for parents to fall into is having shortsighted goals for their children. If I can just make it through today… (particularly in the

3 Ways to Win as a Parent

July 14, 2016 by Pastor Paul Chappell

Being a parent is a tough job. And in today’s broken society, it sometimes seems that there are 1,001 forces working against you. But parenting is not only

How to Protect Your Children

May 27, 2016 by Pastor Paul Chappell

Do you ever tremble at the incredible responsibilities on your shoulders as a parent? On one hand, you are called to protect the tender hearts and minds of

When Seventh Graders Surrender to the Ministry

April 25, 2016 by Pastor Paul Chappell

Last night was a highlight for Terrie and me and our church family as we had the ordination service for our youngest son, Matthew.I remember almost fifteen

Open Letter from Antelope Valley Music Academy

March 21, 2016 by Roberto Palencia

Hi Pastor, I just wanted to share with you the experience our LBS choir, band, and strings had last week in Anaheim at the Worldstrides Onstage competition.

Why I Recommend One Year of Bible College

January 14, 2016 by Pastor Paul Chappell

It’s a conversation I’ve had many times:High Schooler: I don’t know what I should do when I finish high school. Maybe I should go to trade school or university

Exciting New Updates

December 28, 2015 by Jim Lee

Dear Parents and Students, The Lord continues to bless each year at LBS and has given us an outstanding student body, faculty, and staff! Parents, thank you

5 Common (But Wrong) Assumptions Christian Parents Make

December 9, 2015 by Pastor Paul Chappell

Assumptions are powerful for two reasons: first, because we often don’t recognize our assumptions (by definition, we accept them as fact) and second, because

4 Ways to Make Family Devotions Work

November 30, 2015

Parents are responsible not only to teach God’s Word to their children but to “teach them diligently.” Deuteronomy 6:7 describes the level of persistence with