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Parents and two young children - Photo by Julie Johnson on Unsplash
On being a parent and a student at the same time
Annette Brownlee

I remember a Wycliffe student of several years ago who organized her life so she could be both a student and parent and spouse. She was the mother of two elementary school-aged boys.

Mon, 2019-09-16 07:00
Stephen Andrews Profile
3 ways seminary will change you for the better
Stephen Andrews

At Wycliffe’s recent Theology Pub Night on August 30, I was gratified when someone asked me if I was a student at Wycliffe College.

Mon, 2019-09-09 08:00
Patrick Tanhuanco & his wife May Yuchenkang
Alumni Profile: Patrick Tanhuanco: Pastor, Principal in the Philippines
Wycliffe College Blog

“[Wycliffe] College has balanced change with tradition, the building itself reminding faculty, trustees and students alike that they did not start Wycliffe, that each new generation stands on the shoulders of all who have been there before, that to become part of the College is to be received

Wed, 2019-08-07 11:23
Wycliffe College Principal Stephen Andrews
Reflections on General Synod 2019
Stephen Andrews

The General Synod of the Anglican Church of Canada (ACC) met in Vancouver for seven days, beginning July 10.

Fri, 2019-07-19 10:30
Walls of Jerusalem
Pilgrim Reflections | Trip to Israel
Connie Chan

As Wycliffe College organizes another trip to Israel, to take place in February 2020, let's recall some of the unforgettable experiences for all the students and friends of Wycliffe who joined the trip last year.

Thu, 2019-07-18 11:31
Photo of a wedding by James Bold on Unsplash
On Christian Marriage
Catherine Sider-Hamilton

Turning and turning in the
            widening gyre
The falcon cannot hear the
            falconer;
Things fall apart; the centre
            cannot hold;
Mere anarchy is loosed

Mon, 2019-07-08 09:14
two gold rings on a dictionary page defining the word marriage
On Christian Marriage
Ephraim Radner

Life is hard for most people. Not just for a moment, or in moments—an illness, a lost job, a death of someone we love. Rather, life is hard in a continuous way, as a kind of passage over time. To get from birth to death is difficult. 

Thu, 2019-06-06 16:45
Online Learning at Wycliffe College
Theological study online—how does that work?
Thomas Power

In an online course I taught some years ago, I posted a message in the class discussion forum containing the text of a parishioner’s interpretation of something that had been spoken in tongues in his church the previous Sunday.

Mon, 2019-04-29 07:00
Gospel by Josh Applegate, unsplash
A moment redeemed becomes a vehicle of grace
Chris Seitz

My wife and I were in the United States over the holidays, to see my mother who is aging, wider family, and just enjoy some warmer weather.

Mon, 2019-04-22 07:00
Sculpture of Jesus on the cross. Photo by Thuong Do on Unsplash
To be close to Christ’s death: the knowledge of love
Ann Jervis

Perhaps I shouldn’t admit this publicly, but I don’t understand why Christ died. I am confident that I know the reason for it: sin’s hold on humanity. But, how Christ’s death changed that—about that, I am not so sure.

Tue, 2019-04-16 10:31