COLUMBIA BIBLE COLLEGE BLOG

Same Quest DNA: New Flexibility for Students

Monday, March 11, 2019

Starting in Fall 2019, Columbia’s longstanding Quest one-year discipleship program is adopting a more flexible approach to its academic requirements in order to provide a richer experience for incoming students. Rather than complete 31 credits hours over two semesters, the typical Quest student will now only need to complete 25 credit hours, with a course … Read More

Categories: News, Quest Blog

What to Expect in a Columbia Lecture

Tuesday, February 26, 2019

If you’re a recent high school grad, you’re probably wondering about the difference between high school classes and Bible college lectures. Or, maybe you’ve studied at a public college or university and you’re wondering what might be different about lectures at a Bible college. Here are five things you can expect for your classroom experience … Read More

Categories: Life at Columbia

How to Take a Break (During the Christmas Break)

Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Somehow it’s already December, the fall semester at Columbia is finished, and you feel it in every bone in your body. You are ready for a break. You enter the door to your house, throw your stuff in your room, and declare it a school-free three weeks. Here starts up again that job you had … Read More

Categories: For the Soul, Life at Columbia

How to Navigate Tough Conversations

Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Bryan Born is the president of Columbia Bible College. In this post he shares key insights from Crucial Conversations, a book that he has found particularly helpful in his leadership role as well as in all his relationships. When was the last time you found yourself trapped in a crucial conversation – an exchange where opinions vary, … Read More

Categories: Big Questions, For the Soul, Life at Columbia

Avoiding Avoidance: Three Ways to Cope When You Feel Like Hiding

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

What is avoidance? Do you ever find yourself… Starting a project and not completing it Never quite finishing an assignment Not responding to emails Paying bills late If so, then you’re already familiar with avoidance behaviors. Avoidance is the set of things we do to distract ourselves from the current task – the one that … Read More

Categories: Life at Columbia