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Trinity Law Clinic: Serving Orange County’s Neighbors in Need

One major obstacle on the path to a new life for those struggling with homelessness is the need to deal with their legal troubles. Previous criminal records can prevent future employment. On top of that, dealing with child custody matters, creditor problems, and government benefits pose other challenges. With more than 35,000 men and women […]

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A New Thing | Convocation 2021

Convocation 2021: God’s Provision in the Wilderness On August 25th, Trinity opened the 2021–22 academic year with the 125th Convocation ceremony. President Nicholas Perrin delivered an address that encouraged the community to commit to lifelong learning and to perceive and believe in the “new thing” (Isa. 43:19) God will be doing in each of us […]

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Hiebert Center Announces First Cohort for the Thriving Immigrant Congregations Initiative

The Paul G. Hiebert Center for World Christianity and Global Theology has announced the successful completion of the selection process for the first cohort of the Thriving Immigrant Congregations Initiative. The center received applications from many congregations that primarily serve Chinese, Korean, and Nigerian immigrant communities in the Midwest and the East Coast regions of […]

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Leslie Rogers Appointed New Director of the Intercultural Development Office

Leslie Rogers will be joining the Student Life team as the new Director of the Intercultural Development Office (IDO). Ms. Rogers hails from the south side of Chicago. She completed a BA in Biblical Studies at Trinity International University and an MDiv at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, specializing in congregational care. Upon graduation, Rogers returned […]

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Building a Culture of Second Chances

Waupun Correctional Institution, Wisconsin For the 2.3 million individuals currently incarcerated in the United States in federal or state prisons, education can be a driving force in changing the trajectory of their lives and propelling them towards successful reentry into society following release. It’s one of the reasons Trinity International University (TIU) collaborated with the […]

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Opportunity for debt reduction for current Trinity students and alumni

Do you have student debt? Does this debt make you think missionary service is not possible at the moment? The Evangelical Free Church of America, Trinity’s affiliate denomination, is making it possible to do missionary service and repay student debt at the same time, through its mission arm, ReachGlobal. EFCA President Kevin Kompelien takes Luke 10:2 […]

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Luke McFadden MDIV ’10 Connects Art with Ministry

Luke McFadden graduated from TEDS with an MDiv in 2010. He currently serves as Pastor of Christian Neighbors Church in Waukegan, Illinois, one of 12 churches in the Trinity-guided Mosaic Initiative, a collaboration of churches dedicated to developing new ministries with and for young adults. In addition to being a pastor, Luke is also an […]

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Celebrating Black History Month at Trinity

Throughout the month of February, Trinity will celebrate Black History Month by holding various events in partnership with our Black Student Union (BSU). “We’ve been planning for Black History Month for a while, and we’re excited to share this part of our heritage and culture through both historical and humorous events on campus,” said Breleigh Gula, […]

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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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Thanksmas during a time of COVID

Thanksmas brought Christmas cheer and Thanksgiving gratitude to students during the week leading up to Thanksgiving, November 16-20. Thanksmas week was Trinity’s way of helping students celebrate the holidays before they head home for the rest of the semester. The combination of two great holidays allowed for equally cheerful and thankful celebrations among friends. Each […]

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