What's Happening at Tyndale

Christian Stories in the Media

Monday, April 1, 2013

On March 26th, guest speaker Lorna Dueck presented a message called, 'Context Matters: Serving Christ in the Media.' As an experienced media presence, writing religious columns for the Globe and Mail and hosting her own TV Show, Lorna shared from her own experiences. Neil Lamont, a student...

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Dr. John Kao Memorial Service - Saturday, March 30

Thursday, March 28, 2013

It is with sadness that Tyndale University College & Seminary venerates Dr. John Kao who passed away Sunday March 24th at 79. Kao was a key Chinese church leader, who has served as the Honorary Chairman of the executive board of the Association of Canadian Chinese Theological Education (ACCTE...

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Commitment to Preaching

Thursday, March 28, 2013

Those who attended the 5th annual Tyndale Preaching conference Friday March 22 were treated to the teaching of Dr. Jeffery Arthurs as he provided practical and applicable advice on the subject of the diversity of preaching from different genres.  In his gracious and engaging way, participants...

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Academic Reform and its Possibilities

Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Tyndale University College & Seminary’s Chancellor, Dr. Stephanie Ling, was honoured to host a panel discussion on the Possibilities for Academic Reform on the morning of Tuesday, March 19. Approximately 40 people from various public and private institutions gathered at Tyndale for an...

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Difficult Issues In The Church Today

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Earlier this year Tyndale held an information session on the internet, sex addiction and the growing problem of child pornography for the church. The event included people from various vocations such as Tyndale students, counsellors and people who have worked with sexual offenders.  Dr. Paul...

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Encountering Tyndale

Monday, March 11, 2013

"I love that it’s near the city, and through coming here, I know that I love the area. It’s my second Encounter Day and I’m already getting to know people that are super friendly and can tell that it’s a great community." This was the comment of one person who...

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Reunions on the Court

Friday, March 1, 2013

On Saturday, February 9, a gathering of Tyndale alumni arrived with the express purpose to play their hearts out on the court while teaming up with old friends. The “Varsity Day” consisted of volleyball and basketball which was played by alumni versus current students. The alumni ranged...

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Tuition Free Forward Day

Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Tyndale University College & Seminary held its first ever Tuition Free Forward Day event on Tuesday, February 26. Tuition Free Forward Day thanks the students for choosing to study at Tyndale and celebrates the generous donors who financially support Tyndale’s students. 80% of Tyndale...

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A Service of Blessings

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

On Monday, February 11, the Sisters of St. Joseph of Toronto and Tyndale University College & Seminary held a joint service in the main chapel at Morrow Park to commemorate the transition of the Bayview property. On April 1st the Sisters of St. Joseph will leave Morrow Park, which they have...

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President Emeritus Receives Diamond Jubilee Medal

Tuesday, February 12, 2013

On February 6, 2013, Dr. Brian C. Stiller, President Emeritus of Tyndale University College & Seminary received the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee medal in a gala event at Roy Thompson Hall in Toronto. The gala was hosted by the Honourable David C. Onley, Lieutenant Governor of Ontario and...

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WorldCat comes to Tyndale’s Library

Friday, February 8, 2013

Tyndale’s Library has introduced WorldCat, a new, more extensive research search engine. This new system is provided by a non-profit organization that is run by libraries around the world. The WorldCat search engine allows students to discover resources that might have been missed by using...

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How Faith Fits Into Our Lives

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

You can listen to any of Gary Thomas' Faith Talks 2013 through Tyndale's Chapel Podcasts Over a period of three seminars through Faith Talks 2013, Gary Thomas, award-winning author and speaker, presented Tyndale with compelling messages concerning the topic of faith. From January 22...

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The Lamp Post

Friday, January 25, 2013

After a long process involving over 35 submissions, more than 120 people participating and 2 rounds of voting, Tyndale is proud to announce that ‘The Lamp Post’ is  now the title of our café, previously called the ‘muffin shop’. In the fall, students, staff,...

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Jacob Moon Comes to Tyndale

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

On Saturday, January 19, singer/songwriter Jacob Moon played an intimate concert for a gathering of staff, students and faculty. The two hour long set was composed of songs about home, heartache, hope and an ode to his sponsored child. Moon’s smooth voice, paired with his incredible knack...

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Tyndale at Urbana 12

Wednesday, January 9, 2013

From December 27 – 31, 2012 approximately 27 Tyndale students attended Urbana 12. Urbana, hosted by Inter-Varsity, is a missions conference for North American students held once every three years. Participants were able to attend large group sessions and up to eight breakout sessions with...

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