COLUMBIA BIBLE COLLEGE BLOG

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

Categories: News

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

Categories: Life at Columbia

Pioneer Priests: Leadership Alone Isn’t Enough

Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Leadership is a “buzz word” these days, especially within the Christian community. While I appreciate the emphasis on leadership, I have noticed a disturbing trend: “leadership” is often used in juxtaposition to “management,” as though one was superior to the other — a good versus evil delineation. Perhaps you’ve heard claims such as “managers do … Read More

Categories: Big Questions

Calling Q & A: Freelance Writer & Editor

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Kevin Miller graduated from Columbia in 1992 with a BA in Youth Work. He went on to pursue a second Bachelor’s degree at the University of Waterloo and a Master in Christian Studies from Regent College. Today he’s a freelance writer and editor, and he’s recently published his second novel for middle school readers, loosely … Read More

Categories: Calling & Career Q & A

God’s Got This! (A Message for 2018)

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

It’s a Columbia tradition for the President to encourage students and staff at the first chapel of the semester. The following comes from Bryan Born’s chapel talk on January 11, 2018. It’s 2018. Like many people, I’ve adopted a New Year’s practice: the choice of a word that is intended to provide direction for the … Read More

Categories: For the Soul