Stories

The influence of Redeemer’s graduates echoes out into their communities, their churches and our culture. God’s kingdom reverberates like a thread, through each story we tell. From sharing alumni profiles to celebrating student achievements, to reports on faculty research, Redeemer’s overarching story resounds.

Alumni Stories

Wonderfully Made

Chiropractor and entrepreneur Irma Van Andel '10 celebrates creation through kinesiology.

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Advancing Justice

Heidi Ellens de Vries ‘05 works as a lawyer for the City of Brantford, fulfilling a lifelong dream.

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First Nations Education Policy Analyst

Phoebe Mitton '10, First Nations Education Policy Analyst.

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Conservation Specialist

Kyle Vander Linden '05, Conservation Specialist

Finance Director at Cardus

Brian Harskamp '04, Finance Director at Cardus

Everything Has a Story

Clarence Keesman ‘98

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More Stories

Does a Christian Gap Year Program Make Sense During the COVID-19 Pandemic?

Act Five Director Jon Berends shares his thoughts on the future and mission of Christian gap year programs amidst the uncertainty of a global pandemic.

A Bright Future in 2020

An update from Redeemer's president.

Rooted in Hope: Christians in Social Work

Dr. Jim Vanderwoerd, professor of social work and chair of the department of applied social sciences, reflects on the tension that exists for Christians working in the field of social work and how Redeemer is preparing its students to deal with that tension.

Reaching Higher with Digital Campus Project

Through advanced technology, the Reaching Higher project is becoming a model for larger campuses to create online and digital experiences that connect everyone and everything on campus.

Continuing the Important Tradition of Living in Community

Construction of a new residence on Redeemer’s campus will accommodate the significant increase in enrolment expected as a result of tuition and fee restructuring.

Advancing the Study of Hamilton’s Contaminated Waterways

As part of a year-long water quality study in Hamilton’s Chedoke Creek, student Masozi Palata is using DNA analysis to identify the source of fecal contamination in the watershed.