Current Issue

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.
Perseverance and Reliance on God in Montpellier
While studying abroad in France, student Erica Ten Hove learned just how crucial her faith was during a time of unexpected homesickness.
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.
Entering into Relationship with the Indigenous Community
Two fourth-year students reflect on their efforts to build relationships with the Indigenous community and on their hopes for the future of these connections.
Influencing the Next Generation of Disciples
Natalie Frisk ’07 is raising disciples with curriculum for kids and youth used all over the world and with her newly published book.
Seeing Lives Transformed through Justice
Rachel Brouwer ’09 is seeing lives transformed through justice and the transforming power of the gospel in her work at International Justice Mission.
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.
Trusting God to Equip Her
Emma Richardson ’14 is leaning on God through tough and wonderful places at her church and as a counsellor.
The Gift of Living in Community
Third-year student and residence advisor Natalie Lantz shares lessons learned and experience gained from living in a first-year dorm for three years.
Why So Serious?
In his recently published book, adjunct professor Dr. Peter Schuurman explores the notion that irony, charisma and playfulness can attract people to church.
In Pursuit of a More Sustainable Campus
As the Redeemer community grows, the environmental science program explores sustainable options for future buildings on campus.
Scholarships, Sketches and Shaw
With help from a prestigious scholarship, associate professor of theatre arts Dr. Sharon Klassen delves into the world of turn-of-the-century playwright George Bernard Shaw.
Faith and Conviction in the Modern Workplace
Braden VanDyk ’19 is learning to talk openly about his faith as a millennial in the modern workplace.
Act Five in Zambia
Alyssa Zilney ’19, Act Five resident staff member and Zambia trip leader, reflects on the work God is doing in Zambia and how it impacted the inaugural students of the Act Five gap year program.
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