CBC Students Serving Princeton -Joah Bargen

Monday, March 7, 2022

Over the reading break, a group of nine of us went to Princeton to volunteer with Mennonite Disaster Services. We didn’t really know what we would be getting up too, just that it would be cold and dirty. We ended up clearing out flood destroyed houses, which included personal belongings of the homeowners, and gutting … Read More

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Cultivated by Columbia -Emma van Kuik

Monday, February 14, 2022

“You are going to love it there”, everyone exclaimed to me. They were not wrong! Coming to Columbia Bible College was a huge step for me. Being from a couple provinces away brought new challenges, such as being away from my family for the first time. However, at CBC there are so many people going … Read More

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Building Community During a Pandemic

Monday, March 15, 2021

By Brittany Reimer, Second-Year Student If you’ve spent any time chatting with a CBC student, you’ve probably heard them mention how much they love the community. You may also be wondering how the school is fostering community this year during an ongoing pandemic. Maybe you’re wondering if it’s worth it to live in dorms or … Read More

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The Legacy of David George

Tuesday, February 23, 2021

Meet Gareth Brandt, CBC’s Professor of Spiritual Formation. We asked Gareth to tell us about a Black historical figure who impacted him. Here’s what he shared: Who is a black historical figure who has particular meaning to you? Along with many other people, I would say that Martin Luther King Jr. has been deeply inspiring … Read More

Categories: Black History Month, Columbia Bible College Blog