Tyndale, The Magazine | Volume 1 Issue 2

Leading Ethically where Education and Technology Meet

When it comes to technology “public education is in catch-up mode,” says Beverley Muir, principal of Humberwood Downs Junior Middle Academy in Toronto. One of the most ubiquitous forms of...

 
Tyndale Students in Tech-based business

Josiah Shelley, in his second year of Tyndale’s business administration program, runs Up2date Communications. He has developed an application that allows businesses, schools and organizations to...

 
A Survey of Ontario Churches

Tyndale University College & Seminary conducted a survey in the summer of 2011 to see how Ontario churches are interacting with technology, and how they see it changing the church. Three...

 
A Pastor's Perspective

“Things are changing so rapidly we lose the ability to be oriented,” says Tim Day, a Tyndale alumnus and lead pastor of The Meeting House in Oakville, Ontario. “With technology we can push...

 
Academics and Technology at Tyndale

“Technology can be a wonderful gift from God,” says Dr. Kevin Livingston, Associate Professor of Pastoral Ministry at Tyndale. “It can be used to share the message and connect the church, but it’s...