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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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Despite COVID, International Students Retain On-Campus Jobs

Despite the pandemic, international students on Trinity’s campus have found their employment needs met through a variety of on-campus jobs. Creative Dining and Rolfing are the two main hubs on campus for these students, as well as Facilities and the Thrive Center. Both employers and employees say they have been blessed by the arrangement. Fresh […]

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Bringing Vision to Life Through Art

Daniel Hartman, who serves as the Mosaic Ministries Director, is grateful to have been around such amazing students and  faculty over his 10 years of leading Mosaic Ministries. But the pandemic has made it challenging to find meaningful ways to connect, especially now that the three formation groups meet weekly over Zoom. The Mosaic leadership […]

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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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Trinity Undergraduate student published before graduation

Senior Celina Turman has wanted to be a writer since she read her first story to her first-grade class. She received applause and acclaim for her creative work then and college hasn’t changed that response for Turman. She is now in the process of getting her short story, “Dying Innocence” published. Meant to be a […]

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Service-learning on the rise with 100 students participating

After the hard year that was brought on by COVID-19, Trinity students are eager to get out and serve. Just under 100 undergrad students are participating in service-learning of some kind, which represents a quarter of the entire undergrad class.  This includes students who are studying remotely and students on-campus. Students are encouraged to find […]

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The International Student Relief Campaign: A Bright, God-Moment in a Dark World

On May 7, Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker issued an order essentially extending the state-wide restrictions through the end of May. This not-unexpected move means that as a society we are not yet out of the woods or, more exactly, not yet out of the house. Still, there have been a few brighter moments where  the […]

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