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Student Stories

Christ-Centered Community: How It Looks at Columbia

Wednesday, December 14, 2016

One of our big prayers at Columbia is that everyone on this campus will engage in Christ-centered community. But what does “Christ-centered community” look like? How are students experiencing it in the day-to-day of school life? We asked students to describe it in their own words, and to share some of the ways they’re living … Read More

Categories: For the Soul, Life at Columbia, Student Stories, Uncategorized

Grasshoppers, Babies, and Joy

Monday, December 12, 2016

Sarah Rozendal is in Uganda on her third-year Intercultural Studies internship and she is learning a ton about the Ugandan people, drawing love and joy from God, and taking care of adorable orphanage babies. You can read her original post and follow along in her experiences at https://sarahrozendal.wordpress.com/  It has been awhile since my last blog … Read More

Categories: Intercultural Studies Blog, Student Stories, Uncategorized

QUEST Adventure (SALTS Tall-Ship Sailing Trip)

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Sarah Heyde is a QUEST student. In October, 32 QUEST students boarded the Pacific Grace for a five-day tall-ship sailing trip, hosted by SALTS. Here’s the trip from Sarah’s perspective! [Sarah gave us permission to share this post and photos from her blog. You can see the original post and read more of her adventures at https://saraheheyde.wordpress.com/. … Read More

Categories: Life at Columbia, Quest Blog, Student Stories, Uncategorized

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

Categories: News, Student Stories, Uncategorized

Sarah & Jessica: How We’re Adjusting to Life in Uganda

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Jessica Funk and Sarah Rozendal are ICS students who have just started their third-year internships working with Watoto Ministries in Uganda, Africa. Here’s a fun look at how they’re adjusting to all the differences – little and big – between life here in BC and life in Uganda. Our first few weeks in Uganda! With … Read More

Categories: Intercultural Studies Blog, Student Stories, Uncategorized