Calling & Career Q & A: Freelance Web Developer & Business Coach

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Curtis McHale completed four years of studies at Columbia Bible College, majoring in Counselling. Today, he runs a successful web design & business coaching company ( How did he get from there to here? And what’s his advice for starting down a similar path? Tell us about your current vocation. What does it involve? What … Read More

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Columbia Expands Applied Leadership Program to Include Four-Year BA Option

Tuesday, March 6, 2018

For immediate release ~ Abbotsford, BC ~ In response to a need for transformational leaders within ministry and marketplace contexts, Columbia Bible College is expanding its program offerings to include a four-year degree in Applied Leadership. The program will combine Columbia’s signature Christian faith formation curriculum with courses designed to equip graduates with the concepts, … Read More

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From A to Z – Adonis, Applied Leadership, and Zimbabwe

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Ask Applied Leadership student Adonis Muronzi about his dreams for the future and his answer may surprise you. “I want to create a camp for young people. That’s something I’m striving forward,” shares Adonis.  “A place where young people could come for fun, for outdoor activities, worship, and biblical messages.” It would be the first … Read More

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New Names, Same Vision for Columbia’s Bachelor of Arts Degrees

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

For immediate release ~ Abbotsford, BC ~ Seeking to highlight their commitment to education that unites theological study with active engagement, Columbia Bible College has made the decision to modify the name of its four-year degrees from “Bachelor of Arts” to the “Bachelor of Arts in Practical Theology.” Taking effect July 1 of 2018, the … Read More

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How to Approach Academics as a Spiritual Discipline

Friday, February 9, 2018

Ferin Willms graduated from the BA in Biblical Studies before becoming one of Columbia’s Academic Support Coordinators. She recognizes how challenging it can be to see a connection between a personal relationship with God, a call to ministry, and homework. Here’s her best advice for approaching academic study as an important (and amazing) part of … Read More

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