Giving to Tyndale

Who You Are Helping

When you give, you help prepare current students to live a relevant and robust faith in a complex and changing culture. Here are some Tyndale students transforming the world for God.

  Zach and Victoria Edwards

Zach and Victoria Edwards (BA 2014), Business Administration students, came to Tyndale to prepare for their careers in international development. God has placed a dream in their hearts to serve in needy communities wherever He might send them in the world.

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Zach and Victoria Edwards
 

  Steven Chung

Steven Chung (BA 2012), a Religious Studies graduate, is driven to be part of the movement to return the church to its rightful place in the heart of the community. He has recognized that currently there is a crisis of faith where people view the church as irrelevant instead of a powerful agent of transformation in our culture.

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Steven Chung
 

  Marva Smith

Marva Smith (BA 2013), a Psychology graduate, saw the hand of God in her life from the moment she arrived at Tyndale. She came to Tyndale in response to God’s direction to develop her skills in ministering to hurting people, and He blessed her in amazing ways.

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Marva Smith
 

  Joy Kwai-Pun

Joy Kwai-Pun (MDiv 2016) came to Tyndale to gain a solid academic foundation for her life’s work as a teacher. She has an infectious desire to teach the Bible in refreshing, new ways that reach the hearts of people in today’s culture.

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Joy Kwai-Pun
 

  Hilary Harden

Hilary Harden (BA 2014), a fourth-year Psychology and Biblical Studies student, began her Tyndale journey as a new Christian in the one-year Leading Edge program. Although the early days were not easy, God gave her peace and has used both academic and student life to reveal His plan for her life.

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Hilary Harden
 

  Curtis Hartshorn

Curtis Hartshorn (BA 2014), a fourth-year Biblical and Theology student, has a heart for evangelism that has been rooted in his life since childhood. From a young age he made an effort to encourage his friends to live for Jesus, even if that made him stand out in the crowd.

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Curtis Hartshorn
 

  Emily Slotegraaf

Emily Slotegraaf (MDiv 2017), a second-year Clinical Counselling student, works in the Jane and Finch area in Toronto, Ontario with “Role Model Moms GED” to help teen moms achieve their high school equivalency. She admits that in her position she has faced many challenges and wrestled with heartache.

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Emily Slotegraaf
 

  Josh Okello

Josh Okello (BA 2014), a third-year Business Administration student in the International Development track, was born in Kenya. Josh started a ministry called Dress Africa. His mission was to provide food and clothing to some of the poorest people in Kenya –something he had to do for his own family.

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Josh Okello