News for Alumni

  • Pastor Erwin Lutzer
    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.


  • Blayd Anholt
    Hockey night in Caronport

    Fifth-year player Blayd Anholt (College) is anticipating one last year as a Briercrest student athlete this fall.


  • Kingdom of God

    Jason Wendel takes us through Jesus' command not to worry, but to seek the Kingdom of God.


  • Dan Goddard, pastor from Dan Godard from Victory Church in Moose Jaw
    Increasing Our Passion for God - Chapel

    President's Chapel guest speaker, Dan Godard from Victory Church in Moose Jaw, speaks to us about what the difference is between being religious and having a relationship with God.


  • Soccer hosts PAC Championships

    Women and men's soccer hosted their league championships last with the women winning their 3rd consecutive PAC title.


  • Rod Appleby, Caronport Mayor Dan Buck, and the Caronport Volunteer Fire Fighters
    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.


  • Briercrest President Michael Pawelke
    Who are we? We are Soldiers in Bootcamp

    Chapel with Briercrest President Michael Pawelke. In conflict, sometimes we choose our battles and sometimes our battles choose us. (Eph. 6:10-20)


  • Keeping the Faith
    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.


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    September Newsletter

    Quarterly update on what's happening at Briercrest. A TESOL grad tells us about teaching in China and everyone knows Rod Appleby!


  • Briercrest President Michael Pawelke
    Who are we? We are patients in rehab

    President's Chapel with Michael Pawelke. (Romans 1:18-23). We are family on retreat, but we are also patients, fallen and flawed.


I met a lot of professors who truly cared about their students. They taught us with great dignity and respect. I appreciate all of the faculty members that I took classes with. I will continue to keep in touch with some of the ones I connected with.
From the National Survey of Student Engagement 2015 (College)