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Fall 2021 Graduate Chapel Series

As our first full week of classes gets underway, we look forward to Tuesdays at 11:00 AM, when we gather as a worshiping community in ATO Chapel. The fall chapels begin August 31 with the Dean’s Chapel–Dr. Pao’s message, “Responding to the Call.” The theme for the Fall series is “The Gospel for the Future: […]

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Trinity 2021 Faculty Promotions

Trinity College and Graduate School congratulate Drs. Joshua Held and Chrystal Ho Pao on their promotion in rank. Dr. Held was also awarded tenure. Trinity Evangelical Divinity is pleased to announce that Dr. Dana Harris has been promoted from associate professor of New Testament to full professor.   Dr. Dana Harris has been promoted to […]

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TEDS Alumni Shine at TGC’s Women’s Conference

“Count it all joy, my brothers, when you meet trials of various kinds, for you know that the testing of your faith produces steadfastness. And let steadfastness have its full effect, that you may be perfect and complete, lacking nothing” (James 1:2–4). This year many Christians are wondering if they’re going to make it: Will […]

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Spring 2021 Day of Prayer

  TIU DAY OF PRAYER AND WORSHIP “[I]f my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land.” (2 Chron. 7:14) “I am the vine; you […]

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Robert P. George on “Natural Law, God, and Human Dignity”

Each Spring semester, the Bioethics degree program in Trinity Graduate School invites lecturers from the field of bioethics to speak for the John F. Kilner Bioethics Lectureship. On Thursday, March 18, TGS hosted the third and final lecture in their Spring 2021 Bioethics Colloquia with a lecture on “Natural Law, God, and Human Dignity” by […]

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Equipped for Ministry

How an MA in Leadership helped Pastor Eugene Gatewood (’18) fulfill his calling   Eugene Gatewood had already been a pastor for 10 years by the time he decided to get his second master’s degree. This led him to Trinity’s Master of Arts in Leadership program where he earned his degree in 2018. Gatewood was […]

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Diary of a Quarantine Kid

Written by Trinity Digest Staff Writer Celina Turman DAY 1 | Monday 10/19 Today started off as any other week. Classes as normal, simple as that. Then the text came in around 10 a.m. Someone at my workplace tested positive and I would have to quarantine. My suitemate, Jordyn Adams, walked in around that time. […]

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Alumnus Completes Cross Run for TIU COVID-19 Relief Fundraiser

On Sunday, November 1, alumnus Joshua Michaelis set out to run 36+ miles to Trinity’s campus to raise money for our COVID-19 Relief Fund. Because Michaelis cherished his time at Trinity, he wanted to give back to the community that fostered his development academically, physically, and spiritually. Michaelis was inspired by his faith and the […]

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Trinity College and Graduate School Welcome New Faculty

Trinity College and Trinity Graduate School welcome four new full-time faculty for the 2020–21 academic year. Visiting Assistant Professor of Business Jeff Price, MBA, is a familiar face at Trinity College, having served as an adjunct (part time) faculty member since 2004. Professor Price worked at Kraft Foods prior to coming to Trinity, where he […]

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TEDS Chapel returns to The Apostles’ Creed for fall 2020

Trinity’s university leadership has approved a plan to proceed with TEDS/TGS chapel for the fall semester on the condition that appropriate safety protocols remain in place. Chapel will continue, then, with live sermons broadcast virtually through a livestream and shared with an assembly of no more than 40 participants that pre-register and practice social distancing. […]

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