Briercrest Blog

  • Chris Kayler

    Poetry and the Christian performer

    Christopher Kayler, DMA, writes about being a classical pianist and finding gospel truth in unlikely places.

  • A life-changing lecture?

    About a month ago I attended a public lecture by the controversial professor, psychologist, and YouTube sensation Jordan Peterson. He's on a tour promoting 12 Rules for Life: an Antidote to Chaos, a best-selling book of moral advice.

  • Beyond Consumers

    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.

  • 15 Tips for Briercrest Freshmen

    15 tips to help you live your best Briercrest life

  • Briercrest President Michael Pawelke

    Thank you for your support

    Donor generosity touches every aspect of life at Briercrest, and we are committed as an institution to stewarding these gifts well. Thank you for remembering us in your prayers and in your gifts.

  • Many hats, many benefits

    Everyone’s favourite NT professor/basketball coach/outfitter/guitar player/baby calf defender, Carl Hinderager, PhD, shares the advantages of wearing more than one hat in an age of specialization.

  • Going to the movies

    Catch Professor Ken Moser’s tips for getting the most out of the “mother of all social media”: the movies.

  • What is leadership?

    What is leadership? Who is a leader? Michael Pawelke explores biblical leadership and the vision to “inspire leaders to equip the Church and engage the world.”

  • Four tips for vocal health

    Ron DeJager, DMA, shares four tips for keeping your voice healthy this summer.

  • Ten reminders that you're not in Caronport anymore

    Here are ten things that students who miss Caronport will know to be true.

People set you up here to succeed. They support you even when bad times happen, teaching you why and deepening your faith in God. It's like our chaplain says, "It's a giant youth group." But it's even a bit more than that. It's a family.
Luke Gobbett (Caronport High School)