News for Alumni

  • Julia Hood
    How Outdoor Adventure Changed My View of God for the Better

    The Kaléo program is a gap-year program focused on leadership, academics, ministry, community, and adventure. Read about the difference the outdoor adventure component of Kaléo can make in your walk with God below!


  • Photo courtesy of Robin Worrall on Unsplash
    Making Friends with Social Media

    As social distancing continues, many families feel forced to live on social media in order to stay connected. Sid Koop discusses how families can build lasting digital discernment habits and why now is the right time to start.


  • 2020 Summer Athletics Camps cancelled
    Athletics Camps Cancelled for Summer 2020

    An update on the status of Athletics Camps for Summer 2020.


  • Carl Hinderager
    3 Reasons Why I Love the NLT

    Hear Carl Hinderager, PhD and Briercrest legend, explain why the NLT is his Bible of choice. No matter what translation you prefer, we promise you'll find his love for Scripture contagious.


  • Planning for the 2020-21 athletics season
    Planning for the 2020-21 Athletics Season

    Briercrest Athletics is exploring return to play protocols in an effort to gradually resume competitive sports in full compliance with health restrictions imposed by the Government of Saskatchewan.


  • library
    How to Apply for Emergency Student Benefits (CESB)

    As of Friday, May 15, applications for the Canada Emergency Student Benefit (CESB) are open. Read this quick guide to applying for student financial support, and then go get your money!


  • Baptized at camp
    Church, Don't Forget About Camp Ministry!

    This summer, we all face the uncertainty of what distancing measures will still be in place due to COVID-19. Camps are no different, and their important ministry to this generation of youth and young adults needs our continued support.


  • Cheryl at the Ice Festival in Northern Mongolia last year.
    Staying at home in Ulaanbaatar

    Cheryl Rosenkerr (College '10) shares the realities of living and working in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, neighbour to China, in the era of COVID-19.


  • A group of retreaters at a main session. The theme of Youth Quake 2020 was
    Youth Quake 2020 recap

    This February, 1,300 retreaters joined us on campus for Youth Quake 2020 Build My Life. Youth Quake continues to be an important marker in the Briercrest yearly cycle.


  • Congratulations to Graduates

    A message of congratulations for the graduating class of 2020 from President Michael Pawelke.


Not only can I work around my operational ministry or visits with my airmen, [studying here] has increased my ability to provide timely and godly knowledge in these situations. I have learned so much in my past couple of months coming to Briercrest.
Capt The Rev Eric Davis (Seminary)