In the seminar series "Hot Topics for Student Health and Wellness" we address topics that matter to you and impact your life here at Trinity. This installment of the series is focused on the topic of healthy sexuality. If you are interested, please join us in the Nyberg Conference Room (upper Waybright) from 1-2:30 p.m. Hosted by the Counseling Center.
Panel of Trinity Women in Pastoral Ministry
Join the conversation with five women, all graduates of Trinity, who are serving in Pastoral Ministry in five different denominations. They will each discuss their paths to ministry; their story of God’s leading to Trinity, through Trinity, to where God has them now. Come with questions or curiosity. Hear the “feet on the ground” challenges and encouragements they have faced. It’s always good to gather in fellowship and support. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or the MDiv office at x8116.
The Graduate Admissions Office is happy to welcome three new team members this fall. The summer saw a series of transitions, but three new hires bring the office back to full strength.
Adam Dolezal recently started work as an Admissions Counselor, working with many of our MDiv and MA program applicants. Adam earned his MDiv at TEDS in May, and he brings knowledge and enthusiasm about Trinity into his new role.
Abhishek (Abhi) Kumar also started as an Admissions Counselor. Abhi grew up in India and came to the U.S. to earn his MDiv at Chapman Seminary in Evansville, Indiana. He will work with applicants to the MDiv, TEDS Counseling programs, and the MA in Leadership.
Alexandra Horn begins this week as the Visit & Events Coordinator for Graduate Admissions. She attended Biola University and attended the University of Illinois at Chicago for her graduate work. Her varied background and event planning experience make her a great fit in this position.
Join us in welcoming these new members into the TIU community!
Learn strategies for preventing and managing stress, relieving anxiety, and achieving life balance.
This event is brought to you by the TIU Counseling Center and is being hosted in the Nyberg Conference Room located in the upper level of the Waybright center.
Karen Schultz, Executive Director of Fox Valley EFC, and Carol Marshall, former Director of Women's Ministry at Village Church of Barrington, will be discussing their path to and journey in ministry. Carol will also share helpful historical perspectives from her thesis on the role of women in church leadership in the EFCA. Held in the Lee Fireside Room.
Flu shots will be offered at the Waybright Center in the Heritage Room on October 10, 2012, from 11 am-1 pm. Cost is $15.
This event is for primarily for Jr. High, High School, and College students. Space is limited.
Francis Chan, well-known pastor and author zealous for proclaiming the good news of Jesus Christ, will be speaking at The Orchard Evangelical Free Church in Arlington Heights on Wednesday, October 10. Doors open at 6:30pm. There is no charge to attend.
If you have been thinking about attending law school, you know that it is a big step, and you probably have some important questions like; will I be able to afford it? Will school fit into my schedule? Perhaps you’re even wondering if there’s a law school that shares your passion for Biblical truth.
If these are the questions on your mind, then our upcoming Open House on Thursday, October 11 is just for you. You’ll have the opportunity meet Trinity professors, students and graduates, and receive answers to the questions that matter most to you. You will also learn about financial aid and our merit-based scholarships, and find out how you can earn a law degree by attending classes on Saturdays instead of weekdays.
We Hope You Will Join Us!
When: Thursday, October 11, 2012, 7:00 p.m.
Where: 2200 N. Grand Ave., Santa Ana, Ca 92705
Earn Service Learning Credit in only 8 weeks (usually a 12-15 week commitment) by working as an Academic Peer Advisor.
Email email@example.com to apply by 10/12.
The University Student Success Center (USSC) seeks students in their second year and beyond to help peers during class registration.
Main responsibilities entail using the course catalog to help peers choose classes and plan ahead for their time at TIU.
Selecting students in every major.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to apply.
An informal, participatory evening of poetry held at Newport Coffee House featuring the work of Brett Foster (Wheaton College), Tania Runyan (poet, NEA fellow), Daniel Bowman (Taylor University), and Brad Fruhauff (TIU). Bring your own or your favorite poems to read at the open mic in between our featured authors. Pastries provided by Relief: A Christian Literary Expression.
Co-sponsored by Relief and The Trillium. facebook > Fresh Brewed Poetry.
Check out the work of the participating poets:
Join LaSalle Street Church for an All-Day In-Town Retreat on Saturday, October 13 with special guest Peter Rollins. Peter engages the intersection of faith and culture in ways that are broad and imaginative. He is an artist, a thinker, a pastor, a writer, a theologian and a very engaging follower of Jesus. His most recent book, Insurrection, covers the relationship faith must always have with doubt. Learn more about Peter here, or visit our site to register for the retreat!
1 in 4 women that get pregnant will miscarry. Many others lose babies in various other ways. Have you or someone you know endured the loss of a baby?
Come light a candle in remembrance of them.
Where: Melton Hall
When: Saturday, October 13th
This Trinity Wives Fellowship event will include personal stories from families, a word from a pastor, music, a candle lighting ceremony and light refreshments.
Childcare is available. PLEASE EMAIL TO RSVP FOR CHILDCARE. To rsvp for childcare or more information contact Melissa Reddin at: email@example.com.