WCBC Granted Accredited Status

WCBC Granted Accredited Status

Since West Coast Baptist College opened its doors in the fall of 1995, the Lord has allowed us to graduate over 2,500 students. It is our privilege to partner with sending pastors and parents in training young people for local church ministry, and we praise the Lord...

Five Practical Tips for Sharing Your Faith

Five Practical Tips for Sharing Your Faith

Most Christians know that God has called them to be witnesses for Him and to share the gospel with others. But sometimes—perhaps out of fear, perhaps out of preoccupation—we miss opportunities to do so.  Below are five practical tips that point us to dependence on the...

The Kind of Christians Who Bear Burdens

The Kind of Christians Who Bear Burdens

Have you ever known a Christian who seemed to just naturally be a burden-bearer?  In over thirty-two years as a pastor, I’ve known many burden-bearing Christians. But I’ve discovered that, while some people may do this initially because of their natural temperament,...

Pastor Paul Chappell

Dr. Paul Chappell is the senior pastor of the Lancaster Baptist Church and president of West Coast Baptist College in Lancaster, California. His biblical vision has led the church to become one of the most dynamic independent Baptist churches in the nation. He has been married to his wife, Terrie, for over thirty years and is the father of four married children all serving in Christian ministry.

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Pastor Paul Chappell

Dr. Paul Chappell

Lancaster Baptist Church

Lancaster Baptist Church

In 1986, the Lord brought me to Lancaster Baptist Church, and I have been blessed to serve as the senior pastor here for these past thirty-one years.

West Coast Baptist College

West Coast Baptist College

As the president of West Coast Baptist College, we have established our mission as “Training Laborers for His Harvest.” The Lord has allowed us to see over two thousand graduates serving today on harvest fields around the world.

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