From:                              Trinity Christian College Alumni Office [] on behalf of Trinity Christian College Alumni Office []

Sent:                               Wednesday, November 25, 2009 3:47 PM

To:                                   Travis.Bandstra

Subject:                          TEST-MULTI: Trinity Christian College Alumni Newsletter




October 28, 2009


"You, my brothers, were called to be free. But do not use your freedom to indulge the sinful nature; rather, serve one another in love. The entire law is summed up in a single command: "Love your neighbor as yourself.""
         -Galatians 5:13-14 (NIV)


  Jubilee Weekend
Still haven't seen the highlights and photos from Jubilee weekend? Visit our website to relive the celebration.



  Gym Expansion: In Pictures
Artist renderings and other photos online show the proposed gymnasium expansion project.
Take a look at our website .



  Alumni Submissions Needed
Trinity's literary arts journal, Openings, is being compiled and submissions are open to alumni.  Submissions may be works of poetry, prose, musical composition, essays, photographs, and everything in-between.  Any genre of writing is welcome, as is any medium of art, as long as it is a photograph of the piece.  Written submissions are normally limited to 1000 words.  

Submissions can be sent via email to by December 4th, 2009.  For more information or to answer any questions, contact Natalia via email.




  50th Anniversary
Items for sale!
Visit the Bootsma Bookstore's website
to check out special 50th memorabilia. We have a hockey jersey, books about Trinity's history, a DVD, and much more!




  Cooper Career Center Open to Alumni

Don't forget that Trinity's Cooper Career Center is also available for use by alumni looking to polish a resume, search for jobs, or garner any type of career advice. Visit the CCC website or contact Jackie Medenblik at .




  Changing Plans to Heed the Call
Kelly VandenBerg '12 of Hudsonville, MI, never "even
entertained" the idea of becoming a teacher. But now
she is an enthusiastic special education major.
For the complete story, visit our website .


  New Aerial Photos of Campus
    A few members of the Trinity community saw a new
side of campus from the air when JC Huizenga, friend of
the college, visited campus along with his helicopter.
For the photos and more, visit our website .



  Theologian Martin Marty Visits Campus  
    Martin Marty, one of the most prominent interpreters
of religion and culture today, shared his expertise
during his Worldview presentation "Lethal Religion."
For the complete story, visit our website .



  Knitting For Chicago's Homeless
    A group of Trinity students called "Caring Hands" help
Chicago's homeless by knitting and crocheting various
items for distribution to those in need. For the
complete story, visit our website .  



  Elim Students Celebrate at Trinity
    On October 9th, 100 Elim students and teachers
came to campus for the annual
annual Fall Fest hosted by Trinity's
Council for Exceptional Children.
For the complete story, visit our website .



  Students Rally For State Funding
    A group of Trinity students joined thousands of 
others in Springfield to lobby for the reversal
of the Illinois legislature's decision to cut MAP grant
funding for current students. For the complete
story, visit our website



  Chicago Marathon 2009
    Trinity students, staff, and alumni used a number
of motivations to help run the 2009 Chicago Marathon.
For the complete story, visit our website


   Student Led
October 30 & 31

The 4th Annual Student One-Acts will be held on
October 30 & 31 at 7:30 p.m., bringing a terrific 
mix of horror and laughter to the Kallemyn Theatre
Tickets are $7 General Admission, $5 for students and seniors

For more information, visit click here .
To reserve tickets online, click here .


Fall Play   
   Nov. 13-14   
Nov. 19-21

    This year's fall play "As it is in Heaven," will feature an
all-female cast that will both entertain and educate
theatre-goers with a glimpse into the 1830's Shaker community.

Tickets are $10 General Admission and $7 for students and seniors
For ticket information, visit our website .


Greatalk! Seminar
Nov. 14

The Church Connection Initiative at Trinity presents Greatalk!,
a workshop designed to revolutionize your communication.

For more information, visit our website .


Nov. 17

The Trinity Business Network presents "Lessons Learned from
Successful College-Community Partnerships." Greg Holcome from
the City of Holland, and Dr. Gordon Van Whylen, president emeritus
of Hope College, will present their experiences.

There is no cost to attend, RSVPs are requested .
To register, or receive more information, visit our website.


Dec. 5


The annual Christmas celebration is back! Join us for a time of
worship, musical performances, and congregational singing.
Tickets are $11 general admission and $6 for students.

To purchase tickets online, visit our website .
For more information, contact 708.597.3000


Dig Pink
Trinity's volleyball team donned slightly
different uniforms in their match against
Olivet Nazarene in an effort to raise awareness
and funds for breast cancer research. For
the complete story, visit our website .



Trolls Claim Conference Title
Trinity's women's soccer team defended their regular season
conference title with a 1-0 win over Olivet Nazarene.
A late goal by Alyssa Lee secure the win and helped the
Trolls finish the conference season with a 9-0-1 record.
For the complete story, visit our website .



For information on job opportunities at Trinity Christian College, visit our website .



Contact: Trinity Christian College Alumni, 6601 W College Dr, Palos Heights, IL 60463

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