Trinity Stories

Meet Mark Muha our VP of Student Life

Meet Mark Muha, Vice President of Student Life at Trinity! We sat down with Mark to ask him about his hobbies, faith, goals for Trinity’s student life department, and more. Trinity’s new Vice President of Student Life comes by way of Cornerstone University. Mark grew up in Minnesota but moved to Michigan to attend Cornerstone […]

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Celebrating Trinity’s Second Graduating Class from Waupun Correctional Facility

On Wednesday, June 29, nine inmates serving 10 or more years walked across the stage at Waupun Correctional Facility as graduates from Trinity International University. Five years ago, Trinity began providing an opportunity for inmates at Waupun to pursue a bachelor’s degree in Biblical Studies with a minor in Psychology. “The goal of the program […]

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A Ukrainian’s Perspective

By Gabriela Clarke | Photos courtesy of Anastasia Diulda The Ukraine war has been a focal point in the news since the Russian invasion began on February 24 of this year. For most it perhaps has seemed far-off, serious yet distant. For international TEDS student Oleksandra Mykhnevych (MA Educational Ministries ‘22), the war hits very […]

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Christine Baker’s Alumna Story

It is easy to get stuck in a job or a lifestyle that is not a good fit, but daring to return to college for a graduate degree in a new field is a daunting challenge. It can seem like too high a hurdle to jump over. That is what Christine Baker experienced. She had […]

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Trinity Athletes Serving Overseas Through Soccer

This past summer, two Trinity College women’s soccer players took a leap of faith as they followed God’s calling to sports ministry. Kailynd Tubb (Psychology ‘22) and Sarah Davis (Business ‘22; MA Bioethics ‘23) fulfilled their service learning requirements by joining the Chicago Eagles, a ministry based in West Chicago that uses the global game […]

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Pursuing a Life of Discipleship in Volleyball & Counseling

“So Christ himself gave the apostles, the prophets, the evangelists, the pastors and teachers, to equip his people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up until we all reach unity in the faith and in the knowledge of the Son of God and become mature, attaining to the […]

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Christine Koester’s Story

Christine Koester grew up in a toxic, dysfunctional family, constantly exposed to gangs, drugs, organized crime, and illegal activities. She thought that kind of life was normal. “I was going down a treacherous path, looking for love, drugs, and destruction,” she said. Dropping out of high school, she then spent six years in and out […]

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Fulfilling His Calling: New Senior Pastor of Hickory Grove Church Grows at TEDS

Ministry, master’s degree, and mentorship. Kenny Silva pursued all three before coming to TEDS. God’s hand was upon Silva’s life as he sought after performing as a guitarist, earned a Master of Divinity, and most recently accepted the position of Senior Pastor at Hickory Grove Church in Mt. Juliet. Silva followed God’s calling to doctoral […]

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A Castle for Ukrainian Refugees

“The home to everyone is to him his castle and fortress, as well for his defense against injury and violence, as for his repose.” Edward Coke  “Every man deserves a castle; it doesn’t matter how big your castle is.” Big Narstie “People started bringing things—clothes, toys, beds—every day local Germans were showing up to help!” […]

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Women’s History Month: The Value of Female Mentorship at TEDS

Makayla Payne is in her last year studying as a Master of Divinity student at TEDS. During her time at TEDS, she has served in the Henry Center, participated in Mosaic, and interned at Church of the Redeemer. In light of Women’s History Month, Payne shares the impact of Dr. Dana Harris on her life. […]

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