COLUMBIA BIBLE COLLEGE BLOG

Money Tips for New(ish) Grads

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Kurtis Kube is the Director of Columbia’s new Diploma in Social Entrepreneurship and he also leads Columbia’s fundraising efforts as Director of Development. Kurtis is a great money coach, so we asked him for solid money tips that will help new grads get a good start. Each of us has a relationship with money. Is … Read More

Categories: Big Questions

Quest: Why We Go Outside

Monday, June 4, 2018
Quest Student at Mount Baker

Ever wondered why Columbia’s Quest program focuses on outdoor adventure? We asked Quest Director Jeremy Walker to fill us in on how getting outside is the best way to re-connect: with God, with yourself, with Creation, and with people. Have you noticed that parts of our society are increasingly distant from the rest of God’s creation? … Read More

Categories: Quest Blog

#ChurchToo and the HerStory Exhibit

Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Greg Thiessen is the Manager of Columbia’s Metzger Collection as well as Assistant Registrar for the college and a sessional instructor. He graduated with a Master of Arts – Theological Studies, specializing in church history. This past weekend on May 25-26, Columbia hosted the #ChurchToo conference addressing the reality and potential of Professional Sexual Misconduct … Read More

Categories: For the Soul, News

Don’t Go Home Too Soon : 5 Tips for an Amazing Commuter Experience

Monday, May 7, 2018
Commuters Brittany and Kirstyn

Being a part of the Columbia community has been a HUGE blessing! When you’re commuter, it can be tempting to head off-campus after class without really engaging, so from two commuters – here are some tips and stories about getting involved! Who’s Writing to You? Kirstyn: Hey there! I have been a Commuter Host for … Read More

Categories: Life at Columbia

Rachael’s Story: From Columbia to UFV’s BBA Program to Switzerland

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

We had the chance to catch up with Rachael Henderson Konzelmann, who graduated from Quest with the class of 2014, then returned to Columbia to complete courses in the LEAD certificate (which later developed into the Applied Leadership program). We asked Rachael about her transition to University of the Fraser Valley, and how Columbia helped … Read More

Categories: Student Stories, Student Success