6 Amazing Elements of Saturday’s Fundraising Dinner

Monday, October 26, 2015

The theme: A lot of care goes into choosing the main focus for Columbia’s Annual Fundraising Dinner.  This year, Columbia’s new vision statement was highlighted.  Three bold colours to capture the three things we most want to be: “Christ-Centred, Kingdom-Focused, World-Impacting.”   Bonus: See that orange book?  Guests received a copy of Suffering with God, a Christ-centred, … Read More

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This is Community

Friday, October 16, 2015

Allison Schneck is a 3rd year Intercultural Studies student who recently started her cross-cultural internship in Guadalajara, Mexico with the Evangelical Mennonite Conference (Ascend program).  Allison is working alongside long-term missionaries in Guadalajara and is currently focused on language and culture learning. It was 9:00pm. I had just come back from a busy day of … Read More

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The Bible College Question: What Parents Think

Thursday, October 1, 2015

The following is adapted from a print piece published last fall. When your children announce they want to pursue a Bible college degree, how do you respond? With pride? Skepticism? Excitement? Concern? Gary and Sharon Simpson have plenty of experience with such announcements. Of their four children – Kate (24), Matthew (22), Jonathan (21), and … Read More

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