Briercrest Seminary

An innovative centre for graduate level ministry training, leadership development, and theological education in Canada. Our approach is both unique and intensive, allowing for meaningful and in-depth study in our modular format. Smaller classes allow for catalytic dialogue and learning and share a fundamental commitment to make biblical and theoretical truths practical and life-related.


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I want to know the Bible better, and I just have a lot more knowledge that I’ve ever had before. How do you explain it? It just feels like manna falling from heaven. It’s just falling all around me and my hands are so full and overflowing.
Donna Brown

Blogs

The Briercrest Blog is your source for blogs from Briercrest professors, staff, alumni, and friends. Read the latest from Briercrest on topics such as the Church, ministry, culture, and life at Briercrest.



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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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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.

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  • The Briercrest Fund

    Gifts to the annual Briercrest Fund help keep tuition fees lower and make it possible for more students to afford a Christian education.

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  • Keeping The Faith

    Students who attended Christian higher education were more likely to remain connected with the Church and with their faith.

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  • Your Legacy

    We invite you to prayerfully consider joining the growing group of friends who desire to do great things for God through Briercrest.

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My studies at Briercrest have convinced me of the necessity of joining the work of the academy to the life of the Church.
Stephanie Chase