The thoughts of Capt. Andrew S. Baughman, Chaplaincy student
This morning I somberly laid my freshly dry-cleaned army service uniform across the bed. Centered and 1/8 inch above the left breast pocket I properly placed my ribbons, centered on the right pocket flap above the button I placed my name tag. Over the last 13 years I have had the honor of serving this great...
You’ve probably heard of a random act of kindness. But have you ever heard of a Grace Bomb? They may be similar in some ways, but Columbia International University alumnus Pat Linnell says there is a big difference — there is nothing random about the Grace Bomb. It’s intentional and it’s about Christ.
Jeff Hawkins was an artist who wanted to make a living designing album covers for heavy metal bands. But that was before God saved him and called him to preach at age 19. He would get his first... Read More
Columbia International University graduates are often on the frontlines of their chosen ministries and professions. And then some are literally on the frontlines. Among them is a 2009 graduate of... Read More
It's a story that continues to pop up nearly every day on the Internet. The story is linked from Web site to Web site, from blog to blog. It's the story of "A Promised Kept" - the story of Columbia... Read More
It’s a busy summer for construction on the campus of Columbia International University. Thanks in part to many faithful financial donors; work crews are improving the G. Allen Fleece Library, and... Read More
By Lenae Simpson
CIU Student Writer
Columbia International University students will be an important part of the annual Global Day of Prayer on June 12.
The Global Day of Prayer is a call to... Read More
A 1,800 mile summer bicycling tour along the East Coast by five young men will focus on 1More. The idea is not to just peddle 1More mile from Florida to Maine, but it’s an opportunity to touch 1More... Read More
Robert “Bob” Carl Kallgren, 69, died at home May 21, 2011 after a courageous battle with cancer.
The funeral will be held (Monday May 23 at 7:00 pm) in Shortess Chapel on the campus of Columbia... Read More
You’ve seen the billboards: Judgment Day, May 21, 2011. The prediction was made by Harold Camping, the founder of Family Radio based in Oakland, Calif. His listeners spread out across the world to... Read More
Will Schafer, the president of Master Automotive in Augusta, Ga. and Aiken, S.C. was elected to the Columbia International University Board of Trustees at its May 6 meeting in Columbia.
Master... Read More
Columbia International University is “A God Place.” That’s the title of the cover story of the May issue of “Reach Out Columbia” magazine. The monthly publication is available to subscribers in the... Read More
Dr. Bryan Beyer has been named the interim dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Columbia International University, effective May 16.
Beyer also serves as the Biblical Languages program... Read More
A lot of people hike the Appalachian Trail. Few do it at age 58. But Charles Anderson’s journey of five-million steps was more than a nature walk. This was also about telling fellow hikers, most... Read More