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Trinity President Dockery recuperating from cardiac procedure

Trinity International University President David S. Dockery is recuperating from a cardiac procedure performed in Chicago Wednesday that followed what doctors call a mild heart attack. Cardiac specialists at Northwestern Memorial Hospital placed four stents in coronary arteries after Dockery suffered chest pains and dizziness on Monday. Following the procedure, [Read More]

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Trinity regents pass new budget, discuss enhanced, clarified partnership with EFCA

Trinity International University regents unanimously approved a new budget and sought to enhance further the University’s partnership with the Evangelical Free Church of America (EFCA) during its winter meeting Feb. 23-24. The board approved a $50.1 million operating budget for the 2017-18 fiscal year. That total includes financial aid for [Read More]

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Former Trinity President Kenneth Meyer dies at age 83


Kenneth M. Meyer, the 11th president of what is now Trinity International University, died Oct. 11 in Plymouth, Minn. He was 83. A Chicago native, Meyer earned a Master of Divinity degree in 1956 from what was then known as Trinity Seminary and Bible College. The school later became Trinity [Read More]

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Trinity President and First Lady honored with new lecture series


Union University has announced it will launch a new lecture series in the spring that honors Trinity International University President David S. Dockery and First Lady Lanese Dockery. The Dockery Lectures on Baptist Thought and Heritage will be an annual event designed to examine the importance of the Baptist heritage, [Read More]


Being Agents of Mercy in Dark Days

The events of this week across our nation have left us crying out to God for his help. Our hearts are heavy as we hear the news about violence in our cities, even as we pray for the victims and their families. We are called to "mourn with those who [Read More]

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Protégés who become Presidents


The room is packed with dozens of college students committed to learning more about leadership. These undergraduates have met together for the past nine months. They have read, listened, and communicated at length. Their final leadership meeting of the academic year is at hand. Project deadlines and final exams are [Read More]