Quest Blog

Quest: Why We Go Outside

Monday, June 4, 2018
Quest Student at Mount Baker

Ever wondered why Columbia’s Quest program focuses on outdoor adventure? We asked Quest Director Jeremy Walker to fill us in on how getting outside is the best way to re-connect: with God, with yourself, with Creation, and with people. Have you noticed that parts of our society are increasingly distant from the rest of God’s creation? … Read More

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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 … Read More

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God’s Voice

Monday, March 28, 2016

Before coming to Quest, I really struggled with hearing the voice of God. I had the limiting belief that God only spoke to people audibly, as is the case in a few instances throughout the Bible. It has been wonderful to discover a broader perspective during my time in Quest, and to see that God … Read More

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A Good Road to Follow

Friday, August 29, 2014

Sixteen years ago, at the age of nineteen, I bumped into what is now the Quest program at Columbia Bible College. In those early days, my interaction with the Quest program fostered a certain personal intrigue. Why were the students so connected? Why did they appear to be understanding Jesus’ call in a way that … Read More

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