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TEDS Honors and Awards Ceremony 2023

On May 4 at the annual Honors and Awards Ceremony, we celebrated 32 Trinity Evangelical Divinity School students for their hard work and outstanding achievements in academics and ministry over the course of the 2022-23 academic year. The faculty for each department at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School presented the following awards to the students who […]

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Trinity College Honors and Awards Ceremony 2023

On May 3, for the spring 2023 Honors and Awards Ceremony, we celebrated 37 Trinity College students for their tremendous work and outstanding achievements in various categories such as academics, service, and ministry.  President Perrin personally awarded four outstanding students for their hard work and dedication. The first was the 2023 Lincoln Laureate, Abigail Olsson […]

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With $1.25 Million Grant, TEDS Will Create the Center for Faith and Children

Dr. Mimi Larson Set to Lead this Center Dedicated to Researching Children’s Faith Formation Trinity International University has received a five-year, $1.25 million grant from Lilly Endowment Inc., to help establish the Center for Faith and Children. This new center, based at the university’s Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, will be led by assistant professor of […]

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Easter Weekend Devotional By President Perrin

“But I, when I am lifted up, will draw all men to myself.” (John 12:32) With Easter coming up this weekend, and lots of good eating ahead, I thought that this week it would not be a bad thing to pay it forward by getting over to the gym in Aldeen. So last night as […]

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Trinity Partners with Ukrainian Universities, Colleges, and Seminaries to Offer Chaplaincy Training

138 Ukrainians have registered for the newly created, free Trinity course that will help Christians provide spiritual guidance and pastoral care to those in crisis. The war in Ukraine has forcibly displaced millions of people inside and in neighboring countries. Many higher education institutions have been destroyed, and an additional 206 have suffered damage from […]

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Trinity Students Travel to Asbury College to Witness Revival

Photos submitted by Trinity students THE INTERESTING MYSTERY “I find it an interesting mystery,” stated Shuji Go (MDiv’ 26) “that even though we live in a wonderful time when God’s presence is no longer confined to a specific place like the temple in Jerusalem, still, it is undeniable from history that sometimes God pours out […]

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UPDATE: Trinity International University Secures Buyer for Camp Timber-lee; Camp to Remain Open

Camp Timber-lee to continue operations, camps without interruption  last updated: March 10, 2023 DEERFIELD, Ill., March 10, 2023 — Trinity International University (TIU) has secured a purchase agreement that will allow Camp Timber-lee to remain open, without any changes to scheduled camps for the 2023 season and prior planned events. Both parties closed the deal […]

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Camp Timber-lee Update: Letter from President Nicholas Perrin

last updated: March 10, 2023 Dear Friends and Family of Trinity International University and Camp Timber-lee, A few weeks ago, I informed you of a few changes at Trinity International University that will help us carve a path to expand our vision globally and to sharpen focus on our mission to train future leaders of […]

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David Magnuson returns to TIU as the VP of Advancement and University Relations

Trinity International University is pleased to announce that David Magnuson, MBA, returned to Trinity as Vice President of Advancement and University Relations, starting on February 27.  Magnuson comes to Trinity with thirty-five years of experience in fundraising, donor relations, and strategic giving. Previously he worked as the Associate Vice President of Strategic Gifts at Christian […]

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TIU Announces Closure of Camp Timber-lee

In October 2016, Trinity International University (TIU) was bequeathed the Camp Timber-lee property and operations. The Memorandum of Understanding between TIU and Timber-lee states that the University is required to maintain the “current programming and operations for up to two years after an agreement has been signed. Long-range programming and operational plans will be contingent […]

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