And the Emmy goes to...
Alumnus Erwin Lutzer (BCA '59) hosted and executive produced A Call for Freedom, a documentary about the life of Martin Luther. The film won three Emmys from the Chicago/Midwest Emmy chapter.
3 ways to help our kids grow up
Will my kids ever reach adulthood? What can I do to help? Sid Koop tackles the questions parents ask with the help of recent Canadian research.
Briercrest goes north
Last October, a group of Briercrest students visited the northern community of Ft. McPherson, NWT. Hear about their trip here!
Preparing our kids to renegotiate faith
How can we help our kids make their faith their own after high school? Hear from young adult researcher Sid Koop on our first Parent's Blog.
40 years of service and a few thousand students later
A long-time citizen of Caronport, teacher at BCA (formerly CHS), and volunteer fire chief, Rod Appleby exemplifies a life of service.
Why Christian higher education?
In a time when young adults are leaving the faith in overwhelming numbers, what is the role of Christian higher education? President Michael Pawelke describes the difference Christian education can make for students.
Quarterly update on what's happening at Briercrest. A TESOL grad tells us about teaching in China and everyone knows Rod Appleby!
Just camp things
Briercrest is connected with camps across Canada, many of which are staffed by our students and alumni. In preparation for the camp season, here's a list of the things we love that just scream "camp."
Thinking crazy or thinking biblically
Followers of Christ must be willing to unlearn incorrect mental models and replace them with correct mental models leading to the shaping of a Christian worldview. President Michael Pawelke shares a case study in the power of biblical thinking.
Summer Stage brings community together
Even though there are no hills, The Landing is alive with the sound of music this summer. Over 50 volunteers have come together to make it all possible.