Tyndale, The Magazine | Volume 2 Issue 2

Sixty administrators, over eight hundred teachers and over twelve thousand students—this is Glenford Duffus’ [MTS 2000] sphere of influence as Superintendent of the Northwest 2 family of schools...

 

“Whether we draw from counselling, psychology or theology there are common understandings that underlie healthy relationships,” according to Dr. Helen Noh, University College and Seminary...

 

What makes a relationship work? People are surrounded by various relationships: romantic, platonic, familial, professional and old friends.  There are certain characteristics that transcend the...

 
A Discussion Group

Each summer, Dr. Amanda Azarbehi, Assistant Professor of Psychology, and a group of Tyndale students run a day camp for children with autism and their peers, known as TRACE camp.

 

Benjamin Porter [MDiv 2009] and another co-founder have started a movement that has the goal of getting to the heart of what love means.

 

“You can’t walk into an office thinking that I am going to evangelize this office,” Gwendolyn Johnson [Diploma, 1944] shares that “life counts, even more than what you say.”