Spring 2016 Issue

Tangents: Spring 2016 issue
Explore the articles published in the Spring 2016 Tangents magazine issue
Opening Lines: A Kingdom vision for today and tomorrow
The intellectual and educational vision professed and worked out at Redeemer prepares the leaders who are urgently needed for leavening our culture.
Administering justice
Alumni working in law
Loving Mercy
Teaching in Indigenous communities
Ready to the Core
Redeemer's new Core curriculum scheduled to launch in the fall
Exercising the mind and the body
Exploring the role of physical activity in healthy aging
Teaching and learning with heart, soul and mind
Inside Redeemer's radically Biblical vision for education at the post-secondary level
A year of international internships
Alumna Ashley Muller has spent her years since graduation joining peacebuilding and sustainability initiatives in the UK and in Switzerland
From Redeemer to missions at home and abroad
Redeemer was a launching point for alumna Rhonda Elgersma into a career of missions work in Mexico and with churches in Ontario
The power of partnership
Stronger Together supports Redeemer's mission
A word from the Alumni Council President
A 2015-16 update from Alumni Council
Personal Touch: Alumna releases devotional book
Ruth-Ellen Wallace '03 wrote a devotional book to encourage women in the struggles of their daily lives
Personal Touch: Alumni plant church in Lindsay, Ontario
Alumni Mike and Amanda Kleinhuis plant community church in poorest area of Lindsay, Ontario.
“Your joy cannot be diminished”
Bethany Gloria Sider – 1992-2016
The Biblical roots of peacekeeping
Dr. Robert Joustra on the Biblical roots of the United Nations.
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