COLUMBIA BIBLE COLLEGE BLOG

Where will you go?

Thursday, October 19, 2017

What do Vietnam, Moldova, Nepal, Macedonia, Czech Republic, Cambodia, Austria, India, Uganda, Thailand, Burma, Morocco, Turkey, Mexico, Portugal, Ireland, Jordan, Guatemala, Philippines, Costa Rica, Indonesia, France, Peru and Korea share in common? At least one intercultural studies student has completed an 8-12 month internship in every one of these countries during the past 5 years! … Read More

Categories: Intercultural Studies Blog, Student Stories

Watercolour Journey: How I’ve Grown Spiritually at Columbia

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Jodi Enns is in the final year of her BA in Biblical Studies. Jodi first shared these words at Columbia’s Scholarship Celebration Evening, where she was the student speaker. My time at Columbia has been an incredibly formative, challenging and fulfilling experience. In these years, God has challenged me in the classroom and outside of … Read More

Categories: For the Soul, Student Stories

What a Great Alumni Weekend!

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

This year the Alumni Weekend brought a new, expanded approach to engaging Alumni of all ages and interests with a weekend full of activities. Friday night kicked off with an Alumni Chapel featuring a panel of three speakers made up by faculty emeritus Ron Voth (testing 1..2..3?), Becca Orozco, and Jon Wiebe. Life after Columbia … Read More

Categories: Event Highlights

Meet Micah Parkerson: New Commuter Director

Monday, September 18, 2017
Micah Parkerson: New Commuter Director

Micah Parkerson started his new role as the Commuter Host this fall. We got to chat with him a bit and quickly picked up on his good sense of humour, his love for basketball, and learned that his cool accent comes from Kentucky. Here is an introduction to Micah, in his own words: What are … Read More

Categories: News

Seven Ways to be a Good Guest During Your Columbia Journey

Friday, September 8, 2017

In President Bryan Born’s chapel message on Thursday, Sept 7, 2017, he shared stories from his adventures in Africa and from Mark’s Gospel to encourage us to be good guests on the spiritual journey we’re on together this year. Here’s an adapted version of his talk. Our theme for O-Week is ‚ÄúPilgrimage: The Journey We … Read More

Categories: For the Soul