Ecological Innovation at CMU

In the first pages of Genesis, God gives Adam and Eve one of the central commandments: to take care and establish dominion from each large animal to the smallest speck of soil. For alumnus and...

By /March 22, 2021

Pointing At-Risk Youth to the Living Rock

It’s been over 20 years since Redeemer alumna Jennifer deVries’ life-changing summer at Living Rock—a youth centre planted in the core of downtown Hamilton. Two decades later, Jennifer still...

By /March 22, 2021

Instilling Awe and Wonder

For Zach Kingma ’19, teaching was a part of his career plans from early on because of some excellent role models. “My 8th grade and high school teachers struck me as wise individuals. They...

By /March 22, 2021

Cultivating Creation in the Workplace

Before Cuthbert even started his first class at Redeemer, he had intentions of leaving. “I had planned on coming to Redeemer to experience Christian education for a year and then move on to a...

By /March 22, 2021

January 2021 Alumni Council Update

Happy new year, alumni community! I hope you have had a wonderful time of rest and reflection during this past holiday season. My prayer for you in 2021 is that you may know and experience our...

By /January 7, 2021

The Ethics of Germline Editing

A degree in philosophy wasn’t Enzo Guerra’s first choice. In fact, it was the furthest thing from his mind during the first-year introduction to philosophy course at Redeemer. “Back then, I...

By /November 6, 2020

Learning to Fly

Luke McKee '14 most recently worked for World Vision as an editor and videographer, but he first began working in communications at a smaller non-profit organization. “In 2015, during the Syrian...

By /November 6, 2020

Seeing Cultures through New Lenses

History teaches important life lessons for those who will listen. And Heather DeHaan ’96 has very good ears. After taking retired professor Dr. James Payton’s Eastern Orthodox Tradition course, a...

By /November 6, 2020
Alumni making an impact
Where are they now?
Wherever they go, whatever they do, Redeemer alumni are making a difference. Learn more about some of our alumni and their unique callings and careers.

Heidi Ellens de Vries ’05

Assistant City Solicitor,
City of Brantford

Kyle Vander Linden ’05

Project Manager, Credit Valley Conservation

Clarence Keesman ’98

Executive Director, The Refuge

Phoebe Mitton ’10

Policy Analyst, Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada

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