Shelterwood hires graduate and undergraduate degree men and women to live and work for a year with our teenagers. They hire single men and women who have a passion for Christ and a passion to help at-risk teenagers in our Shelterwood program. It’s a challenging, frustrating, tiring and also a life-changing year of service for the Kingdom. The position pays $1,000 a month stipend plus free room and board, insurance benefits, and excellent training. Experience working or volunteering with teenagers is very helpful.
Shelterwood’s next openings for male and female staff are for May, August, and December, 2014 start dates, and they will recruiting on the Deerfield campus April 11.
Go to the website for more information. Apply online to join our team on this exciting adventure of helping restore families!
The Mosaic Gathering is Monday, February 17, 11:00 AM – 12:20 PM.
Partnering with the Christian Community Development Association, the Mosaic Gathering is a collaborative learning community for the formation of Christ-centered leaders who partner with the Holy Spirit in Gospel ministry.
The Gathering happens weekly, on Mondays at 11 AM in Hinkson Hall (in the Rodine building behind the Chapel). It is a forum that is open to the entire Trinity community (students, faculty, staff, and friends). However, this week we will meet in the Lee Fireside Room located in the in the Mansion.
We seek students who want to process / contextualize their learning experiences at Trinity and grow as leaders who can provide effective leadership in diverse ministry settings. As we explore the Christian vision of reconciliation, our weekly gatherings consist of prayer, biblical reflections, cultural and social analysis, and networking with like-minded leaders.
Trinity Graduate School will be hosting a Bioethics Colloquium on Tuesday, February 18, 2014 from 7:00-8:30PM in the Kantzer Auditorium on the Deerfield Campus. The evening will include a presentation by Dr. Patrick Smith, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, with a time of discussion and free refreshments to follow. Dr. Smith’s topic will be “Keep Dying People Alive at All Costs? A Theological Case Against Vitalism.” There is no admission fee for the evening and all are welcome.
Due to the campus closure, January 28th’s Bioethics Colloquium has been rescheduled for Tuesday, February 11, 2014, from 7:00-8:30PM in the Kantzer Auditorium on the Deerfield Campus. The evening will include a presentation by Dr. John Kilner, Director of the Bioethics Degree Programs at TIU, with a time of discussion and free refreshments to follow. Dr. Kilner’s topic will be “Bioethical Challenges That Will Rock Your World: Through the Lenses of Autonomy, Utility, Dignity, and Immortality.” There is no admission fee for the evening and all are welcome.
Schaumburg School District 54 is seeking candidates for positions teaching in grades K-8.
If you are interested in applying for a position, please submit your resume to the appropriate posting (Schaumburg School District 54 — Teachers – Grades K-8) on the ISCPA database, in the section labeled “Search for Opportunities Posted to My School”. You will then receive follow-up instructions from the district regarding additional application materials to submit. This is not a job fair. Only applicants who are selected for interviews will be allowed to participate on March 7. The deadline to apply is Thursday, February 20. If you are selected for an interview, you will be contacted by the district to select an interview time. Interviews will be conducted on Friday, March 7.
Interviews will be conducted at:
Schaumburg School District 54
524 E. Schaumburg Road
Schaumburg, IL 60194
Go to the district website for more information.
The Trinity Community is invited to attend a special lecture by Dr. Stephen Bevans, S.V.D. on the topic, “From Vatican II to Pope Francis: Fifty Years of Roman Catholic Mission.”
Time: Wednesday, February 5, at 3:15 pm
Location: Rodine 124
Next year, in 2015, Roman Catholicism will mark the conclusion fifty years ago of the Second Vatican Council (1962-1965), certainly the most important event in the Catholic Church in the twentieth century. This lecture will reflect on the developments in Roman Catholic approaches to mission thinking and practice in the last fifty years. It will focus on the Council’s seminal document on mission, Ad Gentes, survey briefly developments after the Council, and then point to possible future directions in mission in the light of Pope Francis recent document, Evangelii Gaudium, issued in November, 2013.
Dr. Bevans is the Louis J. Luzbetak, S.V.D., Professor of Mission and Culture at Catholic Theological Union in Chicago, is a leading Roman Catholic theologian and missiologist and priest in the Roman Catholic missionary congregation the Society of the Divine Word. Ordained in 1971, he worked as a missionary in the Philippines from 1972 until 1981. He earned his PhD at the University of Notre Dame and is the author of numerous publications including Models of Contextual Theology (2002), An Introduction to Theology in Global Perspective (2009), Constants in Context: A Theology of Mission for Today and Prophetic Dialogue: Reflections on Christian Mission Today (with Roger Schroeder, 2004 and 2011), and Evangelization and Religious Freedom (with Jeffrey Gros, 2009). In 2009 he edited A Century of Catholic Mission: 1910 to the Present (Oxford: Regnum Books, 2013). He has lectured extensively on the significance of Vatican II.
On Tuesday, January 28th, 6-7:30PM, The Shalom Student Fellowship will sponsor a night of friends, food, video analysis of a Craig Blaising lecture, and an open discussion led by Tim Sigler. The topic of the night will be “The People, the Land, and the Future of Israel and Hermeneutics.” The nights event will be in the Nyberg Executive Meeting Room (Waybright) where free pizza, dessert, and beverages will be had for all attendees.
WHAT IS THE SHALOM STUDENT FELLOWSHIP?
The Shalom Student Fellowship is a Trinity student fellowship that exists to pray for salvation, protection, and blessing for the ethnic Jewish nation, conduct Jewish evangelism outreach, and engage the Trinity campus in activities and dialogue relating to the hermeneutics of the Old Testament and its teachings on the nation of Israel.