TTS News and Events
We are grateful to God and to each one of you that has responded through prayer and giving during our Matching Campaign. God exceeded our goals during this campaign. With the initial gifted amount to be matched of $100,00 PLUS $156,515, He brought in $256,515!! We praise God for His provision!
During this time of high inflation and rising costs, we are extremely grateful for these funds that will help us continue to meet the needs of training students from around the world. Tyndale students want to express their thanks to you as well through this video. Enjoy!
Preachers and Leaders Conference
Tyndale Around the World
Is an opportunity to hear from alumni, staff, and students what God is doing through Tyndale around the world. If you get excited by hearing what God is doing around the world, this is the event for you! The link from the Global Event 2022 is below highlighting ministries in Ukraine, Malawi and the Philippines.
Join us the weekend of 10-14 March 2023 for encouraging reports from Serbia, India, China and the US.
Christ, the Culmination of the Law
Dr. Bert de Ruiter
Congratulations to Dr. de Ruiter on the publication of his new book.
One the main groups of religious people that Jesus had to deal with were the Pharisees. Jesus had several encounters with them, and He frequently socialised with them. In fact, He and the Pharisees had a number of religious convictions in common. Learning about the Pharisees might help Christians better understand their Muslim friends. Learning about Jesus’ relationship with the Pharisees might help Christians share their lives with religious Muslims. This might lead them to begin to understand that Christ is the culmination of the law for them, too. If you are interested in purchasing Bert’s book, click the photo for the link.
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