News and Media
Biblical greatness is not found in position or authority; it is found in selfless, even sacrificial service. Jesus was not asking us to see people like consumers, he was asking us to be observant to present needs as well as to deeper, hidden needs.
Leigh will be taking on the head coaching position for the JV men's volleyball program and the assistant coach for the varsity team.
Hockey is gearing up for it's annual alumni weekend coming up November 16th and 17th.
August was an exciting month for the department as young athletes made their way to campus for a full week of volleyball and basketball camps.
We are continually thankful for our God's provision and for our Briercrest family of students, staff, alumni, and donors.
An interview with our new Worship Arts professor, Geoff Dresser!
Briercrest Athletics is excited to have Jessie join our department as the new athletic therapist to the athletes.
Briercrest Volleyball graduate Elly Blackaby will be joining the department as head coach of the junior varsity and assistant coach for the women's programs.
The successful candidate will be committed to the development of great and godly leaders through the provision of faith-based graduate-level education.
Briercrest hockey alum Jayson Zilke shares his experience as an athlete who combined his passion for hockey to gain an education at Briercrest and more importantly, grow in his faith through it all.
An call to join in prayer for Trinity Western University, Canada's Supreme Court, and the communities affected by the ruling against TWU’s proposed law school.
The Reluctant Servant – Jonah 3President's Chapel. We need to hear the combination of God’s grace (Wow) and God’s judgment (Warning) that shakes us up in all the right ways, and we repent like the people of Nineveh over 2200 years ago.
The Reluctant LifePresident Michael Pawelke - God is at work in your life – pursing you and seeking to polish the rough edges and shape you into one of Jesus’ own. He is pursuing you just like he did Jonah!
The Reluctant LifeBriercrest President Michael Pawelke -- The reluctant life of Jonah can creep into all our lives and we rationalize it away. God is looking for a different posture. Rather than a reluctant life, we want to be ready and responsive.
The Hope that MotivatesPresident Michael Pawelke - here is what we know and here is how we should live. The good news: Christ is coming back to restore and rein. The bad news: It will get worse before it gets better. The good news: Righteousness will prevail. The bad news: Hell is real. Our challenge: Live godly, expectantly and evangelistically.
State of the Academy AdressPresident Michael Pawelke's starts off the new year with a look at where we are going and what we need to do - stay anchored, stay fresh and stay focused.