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What I Saw in Their Eyes

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

This post was written by Evan Rau, Columbia student, about his experiences preparing for a one-act play – Reflections – directed by Worship Arts student Rebecca Laurenti. Scroll to the end for info about  showtimes and ticket prices. I am sitting with some old friends and some new ones around a campfire, under a bridge, in the pouring … Read More

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Columbia Launches Innovative Rescue Technician Program

Friday, November 4, 2016

~ Abbotsford, BC ~ Columbia Bible College is pleased to announce the launch of its newest educational program: the Emergency Rescue Technician certificate. This unique program will train students in emergency first-response skills, including emergency medical response, search and rescue operations, technical rope rescue, and avalanche safety. At the same time, it provides foundational Bible … Read More

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Introducing Jesse Nickel: Columbia’s Newest Biblical Studies Faculty

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Columbia is thrilled to welcome Jesse Nickel to our team of Biblical Studies faculty! Jesse just moved back to BC after spending over three years finishing his doctoral dissertation under Professor N.T. Wright at University of St. Andrew’s in Scotland. He’ll return to Scotland in October to defend his thesis, but in the meantime he is … Read More

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UFV and Columbia Bible College Sign a Two-Year Block Transfer Agreement

Friday, April 8, 2016

~ Abbotsford, BC~ Representatives from Columbia Bible College and University of the Fraser Valley met yesterday morning to sign a two-year block transfer agreement that will allow graduates of Columbia’s new Diploma of General Studies to move directly into Year 3 of UFV’s versatile Bachelor of General Studies. Dr. Bryan Born, President of Columbia Bible … Read More

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Puppy Therapy at Columbia!

Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Today, Columbia Bible College students had the opportunity to enjoy Puppy Therapy. Yes.  This really happened.  We have pictures of the cuteness.  See? Puppy Therapy was Claire Weiss’ idea.  (She is the Counselling Services Supervisor at Columbia.)  “They’re admittedly adorable,” Claire says.  “But also, research on animal-assisted therapy has shown that interaction with animals has a … Read More

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