Michael Sprenger (’87) enjoyed the Trinity Western community and atmosphere for nine years. But this time couldn’t last forever. Eventually, he and his wife felt God calling them to overseas missions in Mongolia. This was the beginning of their adventure.
Cecilia Zhang (‘14) grew up in China. Like many Chinese, she was taught there was no God. On top of that, her understanding of Christians was that they were quite arrogant. These reasons alone should have been enough to keep her away from Trinity Western. But God had other plans.
On August 29th, 2017, Gary Crick went for a hip replacement. It was supposed to be a simple, routine procedure. But what the doctor’s found that day would forever change the course of his life. The surgeon had discovered a tumor. Later that day, they learned it was cancer. The Shock It didn’t make sense. […]
One Horrifying Night Leah Abrams (‘98) was driving late one evening after celebrating a friend’s birthday. But before she could get home, the unexpected happened. A drunk driver swerved right into her car. “It was an incredible miracle I survived that night,” Abrams says. “My life was protected by Jesus.” As the car was crashing […]
Entering the workforce for the first time can be overwhelming, but thanks to some key players in the alumni network, new graduates of Trinity Western can breathe a little easier. Peter Reek (89’) has always cared about the Trinity Western community. While a student, he was the editor for the Pillar and then TWUSA President. […]
Alumnus Kevin Harwood (’13) is the creator of The Station, a first-person sci-fi mystery game set on a space station sent to study a sentient alien civilization. Assuming the role of a recon specialist, players must unravel a mystery which will decide the fate of two civilizations. Video games aren’t typically known for their powerful […]
In 1997, the now-controversial dating book by Joshua Harris, I Kissed Dating Goodbye, took the Christian world by storm. Many young Christians read the book and felt its influence in their dating experiences years later. Erik DeLange (‘15) was one of those people. Little did DeLange expect he would meet and befriend Harris while attending […]
Why Tech Entrepreneur Brian Ratzliff (86’) Believes Every Student Should Take a Computing Science Class
Brian Ratzliff (‘86) was once just a normal Trinity Western student. He studied Business Administration, played basketball, served on Student Council, and built lifelong friendships. At the time of his graduation, he’d envisioned a simple career in the direction of finance. As it turned out, he couldn’t have been more wrong. After graduating from Trinity […]
“God is our anchor and without Him sustaining us, there is no way we could have strength for today and hope for the future.” —Martin Penninga (’95) On the morning of January 30th, 2016, Martin Penninga (‘95) and his wife Lisa were preparing for a fundraiser for the Arthritis Society. This is an area particularly […]
Jason Yue is currently a fourth year Computing Science student at Trinity Western who aspires to work as a programmer with Artificial Intelligence. He imagines one day creating a whole virtual world where people can easily interact with A.I. and each-other. But, like most students nearing graduation, he felt confused when he thought about how […]