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Ole Miss assistant Todd Abernethy named new head coach of TIU men’s basketball

[caption id="attachment_20013" align="aligncenter" width="691"] Photo by Joshua McCoy/Ole Miss Athletics[/caption] Todd Abernethy, a former standout point guard and assistant coach at the University of Mississippi, was named head coach Monday of the men’s basketball team at Trinity International University. Abernethy, a native of Carmel, Indiana, played at Ole Miss from [Read More]

Campus Life, TC

Program of Peer Partnership at the Deerfield campus

The Program of Peer Partnership (POPP) is a program providing opportunities for Trinity students and students from the Northern Suburban Special Education District Transition Program (NSSED) to interact. Mondays from 11 a.m.–12 p.m. are a time for hanging out and eating lunch in Waybright. Particpants often play board games, color [Read More]

Announcements, Campus Life, Employees, Featured Stories, Press Releases, TEDS, Uncategorized

Trinity to premiere ‘In Pursuit of Peter the Apostle’ April 23

Our Daily Bread Ministries joins Trinity International University in the premiere showing of “In Pursuit of Peter the Apostle” April 23 at 7 p.m. in the A.T. Olson chapel on the Deerfield campus. Professor of New Testament Constantine R. Campbell hosts the soon-to-be-released, six-episode series, filmed on location in Europe [Read More]

Announcements, Campus Life

Set Apart 2018

On March 18-22, Trinity is hosting Set Apart, a week-long event where students will have the chance to spend time with God through worship, prayer, fellowship, and listening to speakers. From 9:30–11:30 p.m. each evening in Hinkson Hall, a space will be provided for students to be intentional in their [Read More]

Campus Life, Featured Stories, TEDS

Mosaic Initiative focuses 12 Waukegan churches on young adult ministries

Pastor Winfred Obleton has seen it happen repeatedly. When his church begins new initiatives aimed at young adults, the results are inconsistent at best and disappointing at worst. “When you start a children’s ministry, it starts and then it keeps going,” Obleton says. “But with programs for young adults, you [Read More]

Campus Life, Centers, University

“First Fruits” Art Exhibit Displayed in Library, Lew buildings

Pleasant to the Sight by Delro Rosco.   The Trinity Community is invited to view the art exhibit, "First Fruits," on display in the library and the Lew building through February 16. The show features work inspired by Proverbs 3:9, "And with the first fruits of all your increase.” Created [Read More]

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