Tyndale Magazine | Fall/Winter 2013/2014

As Vivian Chu Chen [MTS 2011] was collecting used drug needles from the floor of a young woman’s downtown apartment one night, she remembered Tyndale’s Dr. Victor Shepherd’s definition of spiritual maturity from one of his classes— it’s simply “to be human...

 

When he was only four years old, Peter (Chul-Un) Ro [MTS 2001] was swept up in a monsoon in his native Korea and almost drowned. He now studies acid rain, which is not as immediately devastating but equally destructive.

 

A perforated, dimpled plastic ball, light and short hockey stick, and special shoes—the equipment a floorball player needs to buy. Stamina, stick skills, and the willingness to be a team player are the essential qualities a floorball player needs to have....

 

Steven DeSouza [BEd 2010] likes the challenges of teaching in China. “Every single day is a new challenge, not only in your classroom, but outside the classroom, especially when you live in a country where the native tongue is not your native tongue. 

 

When I was a boy growing up on the Prairies in the 1970s, my world was dominated by sports, especially hockey. Like scores of other Canadian kids I played it, watched it, and dreamt about it in reveries populated by stars of the day like Bobby Hull, Bobby...

 

Since graduating from Tyndale , Al has had many opportunities to be challenged and learn. While pursuing his master’s degree in philosophy, he started and ran his own web design company. He’s taught at a church and has had experience as a mortgage agent, as...