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

Eyes Focused on Jesus

Dr. Kyle Spyksma closed the first chapel of the year with a prayer for the 2021-22 Academic Year.

Redeemer in France Program a Gift from God

Dr. Allan Curnew, former chair of the French department and director of the program that took students to France for a semester, discusses the uniqueness of the program and next steps for him as he leaves Redeemer.

New Facility Named Charis Live and Learn Centre

The name for the new residence and learning facility references God’s grace to us through Jesus Christ and Redeemer’s mission which integrates life and learning.

Teaching Drama in Community

Dr. Sharon Klassen, former associate professor of theatre arts, shares how it takes a village to inspire and teach a theatre student.

Bringing a Community’s Stories to Life

Ray Louter, former professor of theatre arts, discusses his role in telling the powerful stories of his Dutch colleagues through mainstage performances of his play Stranger in the Land.

The Bookstore Relaunches as 21Five

Redeemer’s campus bookstore premieres its new name and look.