Trinity Western Magazine

No. 26

Letter from

Bob KuhnDear friends,

The class of 2015 has now graduated. What an extraordinary honour to congratulate students of all ages, backgrounds, and personalities. Each one of them represents such enormous potential for further discovery, adventure, and service. In this publication you will read about graduates who have gone on to shape various parts of our world. These culture-shaping stories often began in our community at Trinity Western University—and as I looked into the eyes of each of our 2015 graduands, I saw the future. God is at work in the hearts and minds of our alumni as they meet the challenges to which they have been called.

Of course, Trinity Western University itself has been called to shape culture and face challenges of its own. But God has remained gracious and has blessed us beyond our expectations, and we continue to seek His will as we prepare for the legal hearings that will take place in Ontario and British Columbia this summer (details at

The stories in this issue of Trinity Western Magazine highlight a few of the many ways twu students, staff, faculty, and alumni continue to be active participants in shaping culture in Canada and around the world. From winning national athletic titles (Spartans Never Say Die, p. 20), to aiding in world health crises (Faith in the Face of Fear, p. 24), God has graciously allowed this University to be a part of His transformational work in the lives of many.

As we walk together into a New Era, it is an exciting time full of growth and vibrant diversity. This is evidenced in the classrooms of twu Richmond, which will be filled with students this fall. I look forward to all the wonderful things God has in store for us. Thank you for your commitment to Trinity Western University, a place where hearts and minds matter, and where your investments in a transformational education bear remarkable dividends, as we see our students flourish as our Lord intends. I hope you enjoy reading these stories of incredible impact as much as I have!

In His Service,

Bob Kuhn

Bob Kuhn


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