Current Issue

An update from Redeemer's president.
David Zietsma / September 29, 2022
Dr. David Zietsma, appointed Redeemer’s fifth president on March 4, 2022, shares about his journey to the role, his passion for Christian higher education and his vision for Redeemer.
September 29, 2022
Excerpts from Stepping Forward in Faith by Rev. Dr. Henry De Bolster, Redeemer’s founding president.
September 29, 2022
Redeemer’s campus is home to many features that encourage worship, prayer and contemplation and rich reflection on the university’s distinct identity. Read on for some historical glimpses into a...
Amelia Foster / September 29, 2022
Looking back on 40 years of God’s faithfulness to Redeemer and anticipating what’s to come.
Shannon McBride / September 29, 2022
A second-year history class has taken a modern approach to understanding Indigenous issues in Canada.
Amelia Foster / September 29, 2022
A class project by former Redeemer students is helping alleviate furniture poverty in Hamilton.
Amelia Foster / September 29, 2022
Alumna Dr. Maureen Elgersman Lee ’91 works to create more accurate narratives of race, religion, slavery and freedom in North America.
Laura Phillips / September 29, 2022
Alumna Val deVries shares the origin story of Church in the Box (now known as Rooted Worship), a monthly worship evening at Redeemer and how it impacted her faith.
Shannon McBride / September 29, 2022
Ruth Ann Schuringa '89, the first faculty award winner, reflects on the early days of Redeemer's music program.
Laura Phillips / September 29, 2022
Sylvia Taekema '86, Redeemer's first valedictorian, is now an accomplished children's author.
Amelia Foster / September 29, 2022
Resound looks back at the history of successful federal research grant holders at Redeemer.
Shannon McBride / September 29, 2022
Fourth-year environmental science student Jamie Eaton desires to learn more about the intricacies of God’s creation and to share her faith boldly.
September 29, 2022
Dr. Lisa Devall-Martin is assistant professor of education.
September 29, 2022
Two Redeemer faculty members have taken a refreshed approach to the work of prominent Neo-Calvinist theologian Abraham Kuyper.
Amelia Foster / September 29, 2022
Redeemer has been preparing students for their careers and callings for 40 years. In a recent core course, adjunct lecturer Chris Bosch walked students through an exercise that provided an...
September 29, 2022
Assistant professor of business Dr. Raymond B. Chiu discusses the work he and a team of researchers from across the country are doing to better understand the adjudication and experiences of...
Shannon McBride / September 29, 2022
As Redeemer commemorates its 40th anniversary, Resound invited the Kerkhof family to share their unique story.
Amelia Foster / September 29, 2022
Heidi de Vries, the 2022 Distinguished Alumni Award winner, lives out her calling boldly as a lawyer and executive leader in municipal government.
Shannon McBride / August 29, 2022
The new centre and makerspace will launch in time for the fall term with the tagline Think. Try. Launch.
Shannon McBride / August 26, 2022
As the university grows and buildings are added, well-suited names are becoming increasingly important for wayfinding and clearly communicating purpose and vision.
Shannon McBride / July 28, 2022

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