Columbia Bible College launches health care assistant program for Fall 2019 Columbia Bible College is delighted to announce the launch of its new Health Care Assistant program, which will qualify…
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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…
Columbia Bible College, Abbotsford, B.C., is pleased to announce the launch of its newest academic program: the Diploma in Social Entrepreneurship.
Columbia Bible College, Abbotsford, B.C., matriculated 120 students at commencement ceremonies Apr. 22, 2017, at Abbotsford Pentecostal Assembly with singing lead by the CBC travelling ministry team, spoken word poetry by worship arts graduate Rebecca Laurenti, speeches and awards.
“When we realized that this year marked 80 years since our beginnings, we decided to use this ‘birthday’ as an opportunity to ensure that we are still, by God’s grace, ‘pursuing the mission,’” said president Bryan Born at Columbia Bible College’s annual fundraising dinner, Oct. 21, 2016.
“It’s like a walk through a Bible encyclopedia,” said B.C. conference minister Rob Thiessen after his tour of the the Metzger Historical Collection. The display, which contains more than 1,200 museum-quality replicas of archaeological artifacts and works of art, is housed in a newly-designed space in Columbia Bible College’s Resource Centre.
Columbia Bible College, Abbotsford, B.C., celebrated the 2012 commencement ceremony Apr. 21 at Northview Community (MB) Church, Abbotsford, B.C., awarding 54 certificates, 45 diplomas, and 50 bachelor degrees. Joanne Pepper, dean, Canadian Pentecostal Seminary, delivered the commencement address, A Missional Life.
“Is Guinea-Bissau 1) a country in West Africa, 2) hot, 3) politically tumultuous, or 4) all of the above?” fourth-year student, Steve Berkenpas, challenged Abbotsford, B.C.’s Columbia Bible College student body at its mission emphasis chapel. “How many vote for all of the above?” Berkenpas shared about his year living and working in one of the poorest countries in the world, followed by student Donna Mayer, who spoke about her year in Rwanda.