In the Spotlight

In the Spotlight: If you see these people around, introduce yourself. If you already know them, tell them how lovely they looked in the Kerux! Student Spotlight: Cari Fydirchuk I’m pursuing my Master of Divinity at Calvin Theological Seminary (CTS) through the Distance Education Program.  My full-time “job” is being … ∞

Stromata Editors

Jonathan Owens Hometown: Irving, TX Favorite Aspect of CTS: I greatly appreciate the care and friendship offered by the staff and faculty Best place to study: On-Campus, the Quite Study Room – it’s convenient between classes.  Off-Campus, home – so that I can take a break from studying and play with … ∞

Kerux Editorial Team

Juliana Bosma Hometown: I was born and raised in a small hamlet called Neerlandia, which is in Northern Alberta, Canada. My favorite aspect of CTS has definitely been the community events: Christmas Potluck, BBQ’s, Intermural sports teams, Chapel and Donuts… etc Best place to study and why: My favorite place … ∞

Observations of God’s Presence in Angola Prison: Quotable Quotes Edition

by Heather Stroobosscher, final year M.Div. Whatever your expectations are, multiply them.” Professor Nydam met us at the airport at 5:30 a.m. January 13 to bless us and pray us on our way. We were thirteen J-termers eager to observe what God is doing at the maximum security prison in … ∞

Worship Symposium

by Elly Boersma, 2nd year M.A.  In Christ There is No East or West  On Wednesday morning, the international guests for the Calvin Symposium on Worship Symposium descended upon the Seminary building, later than scheduled, but in eager anticipation for what was to come during their stay in Grand Rapids. … ∞

Table Hockey

by Jeff Sajdak, Dean of Students  Hockey is here! Slapshots and crisp passes have come to the Student Center. Students, staff, and faculty are playing table hockey. It doesn’t matter if you grew up with table hockey or have never played before, table hockey is a fun way to unwind … ∞

Editorial: Volume 47.6

As we come to the end of the semester, and everybody’s schedules get busy with papers and exams and sermons and projects, we as the Kerux editors just wanted to take a moment here to thank you all for your wonderful support and encouragement over this past semester. We had … ∞