Weekend Edition—May 6, 2016
Speaking for the vulnerable, China, church signs, and more!
m unreachable. Protégés Who Become Presidents—Trinity International University. David Dockery is one of the great leaders of our day. Christian education
Morning Roundup 1/28/15
Bivocational Pastors; David Dockery; Early Christian Beliefs
Trinity International University has a great history, but also an exciting future—particularly with David Dockery as the new president. Here's an interview with David.
David Dockery Picked as President of Trinity International University
During 18 years at Union University, 'evangelical statesperson' doubled enrollment and quadrupled budget.
David Dockery Picked as President of Trinity International University. Here's the full TIU announcement: David Dockery Named 15th President of Trinity International University.
Saturday is for Seminars: Lynchburg, D.C., and Chicagoland
Refuel, Liberty, Evangelical Leaders, Chicago, and more!
Looking ahead, in two weeks, I will spend some time at both Trinity International University and Wheaton College. My first stop in the Chicago area is at Trinity International University.
Here We Stand: An Evangelical Declaration on Marriage
More than 100 leaders respond to Supreme Court legalizing same-sex marriage.
David Jeremiah Senior Pastor Shadow Mountain Community Church. David S. Dockery President Trinity International University/Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.
Morning Roundup 3/5/14
Should You See Noah?; Messiah Name Change; David Dockery
He replaced her last month, but Ballew still had to face the disciplinary hearing. David Dockery Picked as President of Trinity International University—Ruth Moon.
New & Noteworthy Books
Compiled by Matt Reynolds
But Kilner, director of bioethics programs at Trinity International University, reminds us of the danger when counterfeit versions of this belief emphasize traits—like the capacity for reason
Evangelical Leaders Urge Lawmakers To Protect 'Hungry and Poor' from Spending Cuts
Circle of Protection: "It is time to frame the budget debate in terms of moral choices that are understandable to the American people."
Jay Barnes, president of Bethel University. Craig Williford, president of Trinity International University. Editor's note: CT editorial vice president David Neff is among the letter's signatories.