Trinity News, Spring 2019

You can download a pdf to read the entire spring 2019 Trinity News.


This issue includes:

  • Meet Sean Doherty: As our new principal and his family relocate to Bristol, it’s not the first time God has called them down unexpected paths.
  • A voice for women in Pakistan: Alumna Naureen Akhtar is daily working to empower women caught in Pakistan’s patriarchal systems.
  • What did the first Christians say about Jesus? Do you ever wonder where the stories we read about Jesus in our Bibles today came from? A Q&A with David Wenham about his new book.
  • If you are a Trinity alum, please take just a moment to complete this quick 5-question survey intended to help us think about ways in which we can support you in ministry and in your continuing education.

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