COLUMBIA BIBLE COLLEGE BLOG

Meet Sarah: General Studies Diploma, Class of 2019

Tuesday, December 17, 2019

Sarah R graduated from Columbia with her Diploma in General Studies and she’s now pursuing a Bachelor of Integrated Studies at University of the Fraser Valley. We asked her to share about her time at Columbia. Highlights of your time at CBC? Each year was so unique. Many of my greatest highlights were simply spending … Read More

Categories: Student Stories

A Story of Failure: My First Year as a Worship Director

Wednesday, December 4, 2019

There is a story from my first year as a worship pastor that I tell every student that enters my program. I tell it partly as an illustration of my own capacity for failure (so it resonates in their memory when they discover their own capacity in that direction). And partly because I want them … Read More

Categories: For the Soul

“I am enough.” How Quest Helped Me Find Freedom

Monday, November 18, 2019

Quest was a life-impacting experience for me, and it played a fundamental role in shaping me into the person I am today. I originally came to Quest in 2016 as a 21-year-old looking to change a few things in my life, and I was drawn in by the focus on discipleship and outdoor experience. But … Read More

Categories: Quest Blog, Student Stories

Christian Decision-Making: Start by Tracking Your Time

Tuesday, November 5, 2019

Christian Decision-Making is a course that all Quest students take in their second semester. Quest associate Matt Kliever unpacks the first assignment students get to tackle, and why it matters so much. Ready for an experiment? Pick a week this month. Any 7 days in a row will do. And get yourself a daily planner … Read More

Categories: Quest Blog

“It holds so much all at once” – Tessa’s Journey to Israel

Monday, October 28, 2019

Tessa Warkentin is in her third year of the Biblical Studies program. This past summer she had the opportunity to travel to Israel as part of the RELS 380 Physical Settings of the Bible course. Here’s how she describes that experience. I’m a questions person. I’ve been that way for as long as I can … Read More

Categories: Student Stories