Who is Discipling You?

Wednesday, January 20, 2016

This post is adapted from a chapel talk given by Columbia’s president, Bryan Born, on January 14, 2016. Prior to watching this video, I had the mistaken idea that the church owned the concept of ‘discipleship.’ It’s funny that I would think that way but in my mind, ‘discipleship’ had a Christian trademark. Of course … Read More

Categories: For the Soul, Uncategorized

Applied Leadership: How A Surgical Nurse Invested in Her Career

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Please note that Alanna enrolled in LEAD – a precursor to the Diploma in Applied Leadership, which includes a similar set of leadership courses and approach to learning. Enroll at a Bible College?  It’s not something you would expect Alanna Ekkert to do. A recent graduate of UBC Okanagan’s Nursing program, Alanna had landed a … Read More

Categories: Student Stories, Uncategorized

Feliz Navidad!

Monday, January 18, 2016

Jason & Tifany Clark are Intercultural Studies Interns who have been living in Oaxaca, Mexico for one year.  They have 4 children: Cayleb, Noah, Charity Ann, and Sarah Rose.  This past year the Clark family has been spending time in language & culture learning, getting to know their neighbours, involvement in their local church, and figuring … Read More

Categories: Intercultural Studies Blog, Student Stories, Uncategorized

In Awe: My Study Trip to Israel

Thursday, January 14, 2016

This post was contributed by Jeremy Lieuwen, Biblical Studies student at Columbia. My years in Columbia’s Biblical Studies program have been some of the most defining and shaping of my life. One highlight was spending three weeks in Israel learning more about the Holy Land and its abilities to illuminate Scripture, both Old and New … Read More

Categories: Life at Columbia, Student Stories, Uncategorized