Lamb of God chooses BCT for Managed Services

Business Continuity Technologies (BCT), a leading managed services provider in Las Vegas is proud to be chosen by the Lamb of God Lutheran Church and School, (LOG) as its technology service partner.

“The addition of this congregation of faith and school is part of our strategy to provide managed services in Las Vegas to not-for-profit entities,” says Earle Keizer, President and COO of Business Continuity Technologies. Having parents who were both educators and missionaries gives me a warm sense of satisfaction in honoring their legacy.”

The seeds for Lamb of God Lutheran Church and School were planted in 1989 when four couples envisioned a new Lutheran mission congregation in the rapidly expanding northwest area of Las Vegas.

In 1992, a 5-acre site at the corner of the 215 Beltway and Jones Blvd. was gifted to Lamb of God by Cal and Vicki Owens in order to establish a church and school.  Construction soon began on a 40,000 square-foot multi-functional worship center, preschool, and fellowship center.  Since that time, Lamb of God Lutheran Church has grown to almost 700 members.

“I am excited about this new addition to BCT’s family of Managed Service recipients, say George Porchas, senior network engineer and BCT’s lead technician for Victory Baptist Church, one of the largest churches in Nevada.

“Victory has been a client of ours for over 26 years and I know Lamb of God Lutheran Church and School will be with BCT for just as long and longer!”

The school began in 1995 when the church opened a Preschool, “Little Lambs of God Preschool.”  In 2001 a Kindergarten and 1st grade was added using the church’s sanctuary as their classrooms.  In 2004, through the generous contributions of church members, construction began on a new elementary school building and administrative building.  This modern campus is currently home to over 200 students.  The two schools combined bring the total to over 400 students, preschool through 5th grade.

“I am so excited to be the senior engineer for Lamb of God,” says Bob Rozanski, Director of Client Services for BCT. Bob formerly was the I.T. Director for a large Lutheran Church and school in Florida. “The skills I picked up providing Managed Services for that church will be of great benefit to LOG.”