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A question I often ask students in interviews at Tyndale events is. "What Bible \ erse has become significant in your
hfe?" This year the jearbook editors asked me the same question.
Some >eai-s ago (I was on stafl'w ith Youth for Christ) during the earl>' time of my post uni\'ersit\' and seminar}' days. I
read about King David. The historian wrote that in the building oflsrael. among the many that David called on to join
him were those from the tribe of Issachar. In describing them the historian sa) s. they "understood the times and knew
what Israel should do" (I Chronicles 12:32).
During m\ uni\ersit> and seminarv da> s. I w as fascinated by surrounding cultural issues and intrigued by the
churches" response. It struck me that the Holy Spirit leads us w ithin the constraints and cultural dvnamics of our
world. An example of this is missionaries, w ho must begin first to understand the culture of their new place of calling
in order to be effective in ministr\'.
M> fomial education took place during the cultural revolution of the 1 960s. As radical a time as it was. I saw the
Lord reaching the angr\. reactionaiA smdents of m\' generation, calling and transfomiing them into His ways. How the
Spirit w orked certainh w as counter to the evangelical culture of that daj;
It occurred to me then, and it has continued to be a guiding light of m\ ministn. that w hat I can do for the church is to
help make sense of the w orld and pro\ ide leadership on what needs to be done.
The Spirit of God has used this verse to give me focus, to provide me with a sense of calling, to encourage me in
being diligent in understanding our world and to point the wa>' for the church to respond.
You ma>- not ha\'e a guiding Bible verse, but you can tmst the Lord to lead }ou and to use your life as you give Him
your \ en best.
Congratulations to each of you in the graduating class, the first class to graduate under Tyndale's new status as a
univ ersit}' college. May you discover the joy in knowing that your life is being used as an effective instrument in His
Dr Brian C. Stiller
Table of Contents
Leadership retreat 4
Frosh Week 6
Student Council Events 11
Time Capsule 26
Tyndale Life 37
Dorm Life 63
Student Life 81
Letter from the Editor 96
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Frofih Arrived in Droves
Picnic in the Park
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L-R: Ernest Chan (Social Emphasis), Chris Lewis (Vice President),
A! Hounsell(President), Nora Burleigh (Social Emphasis), Myham
Ullah (Social Emphasis), Amanda Mason (Student Representative).
L-R: Leah Bakke, Angle Willis (Ministry Team Co-ordinator), Ira
Carty (Missions Co-ordinator), Rachel Hampson (Evangelism Co-
ordinator), Ashlee Marshall (Prayer/Small Group Co-ordinator).
Well another year has come and gone. This year was considerably more work than I had
origanally intended, but it was worth it! What made my year was getting to know the
student council team. Thus, this section is dedicated to them.
Lewis is a "dude" who has style , next year will be his tribulation and trial.
Amanda like cuddly, soft, kittens, hugs, pink things, and warm woolly mittens.
Myriam is a very nice gal, who laughs at the corny jokes of Al.
Nora hard working, likes to talk, and likes when I cheer for her in hock(ey).
Ernie sleeps through every class, being funny must be how he does pass.
Lise is a strong-willed bookkeeper, wishing Al would do events that were cheaper.
Ang bring council--min. team unity, and on TV. specials, talks about "community."
Ashlee is very, very short, but in prayer she has found her true forte.
Ira is from a twin-island state, back home live his fake kids and mate.
Rachel shows homeless people "the way,"
When it's "piano time" she does love to play.
Joybeth works on the yearbook,
now that's she been caught with council's hook.
Well, thanks for a great year. I will really miss this years team
that has made the presidency worthwhile. God Bless!
Al R. Hounsel
"Now to him who is able to do exceedingly, abundantly above
all that we ask or think according to the POWER that works
WITHIN US." Ephesians 3:20.
TL: Hollywood squares.
TR: Darryl being a star.
BL: Mike tough'n out the
BC: Final two swallow their fish.
BR: You can do it Shawn...
it's only dog food.
T: Sprite and bananas. .mm. .mm.
ML: It's plate lickin good, eh Dan?
MC: Who knew Sam was a snake
MR: Steph M. and her new pet.. .don't
BL: "It tickles!"
TL: Jeremy, Mike, and Michelle.
TR: Jason "The Roan" and Greg.
ML: Tyndale's own contortionist,
MC: Josh, and his guitar.
BR: Our first taste of Ben and
Mike's hidden talent.
BBBii'ii^V' IW "'
TL: Howard does the robot
TR: Nyssa, Becky, Danielle and
Sharon enjoy the show
BL: Ben and Mike, new dance, new
BR: Jason getting into trouble, don't
worry though we still love the Roan
TL: 5 South ROCKS!!!. ..the stage
TR: A little Celtic dance in honour or St.
Patty, courtesy of Hannah Christie
BL: Mike and Heather, wow us with
some Dixie Chicks.
BR; Future Feline
Guest Speaker: Pastor
Orim M. Meikle of Rhema
Anyone up for a game of VVHIRLY BALL!?!
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The Sweetman awards
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Another whole school year has past. Many things have
happened, both in the school and in the world outside.
Both in our own city and in our country. This page is
dedicated to some of the changes that we've been through.
One of the biggest changes would have to be the accreditation
Tyndale recieved, changing Tyndale into Tyndale University
College and Seminary, oh and we got a new crest to go with it.
The biggest change for residence students was the
opening of a Subway restaurant in the Laurleaf
The dojuble (;o-hort
maybe a bit.of an
exagcratioh, but it
did go up. .
Sadly, another change was how
aware we became that we live in a
sinful world. That even in the
Tyndale bubble we aren*t safe.
the park, the
the plaza and
the kidnapping and murder of
Cecilia Zhang, we were awakened
to the danger.
Back Row: Jon Bushey, Sam Chung, David Hekman, Will Yu, Phil
Langwood(coach), Shawn Vandevisch, Mike Smith, Nathan Colquhoun, Chris
Lewis, Steve Cox.
Front Row: Aaron Woodhouse, Mike Albano, Silas Yamey, Ryan Feeney.
Back Row: Myriam UUah, Elise Deller, Denice Eggink, Kelsey Kinsinger,
Front Row: Christie Murray, Terra Leavans(coach), Angie Hoover (captain),
Melissa Weibe(coach), Laurie Ritskes, Jenn Crabe.
Missing: Irene Baxter, Niki Blakidis, and Rachel Snowball.
Back Row: Ashley Rice (assistant coach), Matthew Lortie(watert)oy), Howard Nanes, Al R.
Hounsell, Will Yu, Chris Pitman, Greg Koobs(co-captain).
Middle Row: Jamie Knight, Marlon Mitchell, Chris MacNeer, Eaton Grant, Rob Dean(coach),.
Front Row: Peter Wu, Justin McCourt, Mike MacNeer, Kyle Pitman(co-captain), Jonathan Turtle.
Back Row: Jonatham Vroom, Gord Heath, Nathan Colquhoun, Steve Mutavdzija, Andrew
Thompson, Tyler Thrasher, Chris Lewis
Front Row: Alain Virgin, Dave Mwangi, Nathan Dirks, Chris Atkinson, Ian McLaren
Missing: Mike Mathewson, Brandon Melanson.
Back Row: Kelly Milne, Emily Mylks, Emily Gordon, Terra Leavens, Hillary McMurren,
Katie Epp, Janet Phillips
Front Row: Marina Hofman, Keri Lester, Rebecca Idestrom, Matthew Lortie.
Missing: Sonya Cabak.
Back Row L-R: Kevin Dube, Ian Hales, Nathan Dirks, Matthew Lortie, Mike
Jones, Dan Kabbes, Ohver Clarke, Brad Close, Andrew Martin.
Front Row L-R: William Mark, Ben Stenfert, Mike Aldred, Tyler Wells,
Darryl Mackie, Chris Lortie.
Missing: Mike Armstrong, Nathan Biega, Ted Kinsinger, Scott Stott.
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Robert C. Duez
Professor Emeritus of Theology
Dr. Bob Duez began teaching at Tyndale College &? Seminary in 1969. For 31
years his theological acumen and scholarship impacted the lives of many
students, who today are giving leadership and providing ministry across Canada
and around the world. Along with teaching theology, he served at various times
as Academnic Dean, Vice-President of Extension Education and Coordinator of
Independent Studies. Bob held an MA from Wheaton Graduate School and a BD
from Westminster Theological Seminary (both awarded in 1964), and a PhD from
the University of St. Michael's College (1985). Prior to coming to Tyndale, he
pastored Chestnut hill Baptsit Church. Bob is survived by his wife Shirley, three
children and three grandchildren.
The officiaL "unofficiar* Slurov Club
Back Row L-R: Ian Mclaren, Al R Hounsell, Nathan Beiga, AJ Croker,
Front Row L-R: Adam Clark, Ben St.Louis, Chris Lewis, Tiffany Kruid.
Prisoners to the Slurpy
Coreen Bonder ^^^'th Bodner Craig Carter Dana Clarkson
rouse Earl Davey Elizabeth Davey Richard Davis
Brad Faught Barb Haycraft Gord Heath Micheal Lindsay
Bernice Moreau Erwin Penner
Beth Posterski Diana Rice Brian Russell Daniel Scott
Patricia Sears George Sweetman Steve Thompson Beth Veale
( ailyn McDonald
t ittherine Walsh
Julius Vincent Naredo
Mary Lyn Higston
Tim den Breeder
Class of 2004
Annie Chui Ha Tseng
Eaton Grant Jr.
Graf Ka-Fung Law
Joy Maria Lee
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Ways to Freak Out Your Roomate
1 0) Collect potatoes. Paint faces on them and give them names. Name one after your roomate.
Separare your roomate's potato from the others. Wait a few days and then bake your roomare's potato
and eat it. Explain to your roomate, "He just didn't belong."
9) Move everything to one side of the room. Ask your roomate if he knows how much an elephant weighs,
and look at the floor on the empty side of the room with concern.
8) Draw a tiny black line on your nose. Make it bigger everyday. Look at it and say, "The hair is growing.
7) Buy some knives. Sharpen them every night. While you're doing so, look at your roomate and mutter, "
6) Collect hundreds of pens and pile them on one side of the room. Keep one pencil on the other side of
the room. Laugh at the pencil.
5) Tell your roomate, "I've got an important message for you." Then pretend to faint. When you recover,
say you can't remember what the message was. Later on say, "Oh yeah, I remember!" Pretend to faint
again. Keep this up for several weeks.
4) While your roomate is out, glue your shoes on the ceiling. When your roomate walks in, sit on the floor,
hold your head and moan.
3) Make a sandwich. Don't eat it, leave it on the floor. Ignore the sandwich. Wait until your roomate gets rid
of it and then say, "Hey where's my sandwich?!?"
2) Everytime your roomate walks in yell, "Hooray! You're back!", as loudly as you can and dance around
the room for five minutes. Afterwards, keep looking at your watch saying, "Shouldn't you be going
1 ) Talk back to your Ride Krispies. All of a sudden act offended, throw the bowl on the floor and kick it.
Refuse to clean it up, explaining, "NO, I want to watch them suffer."
Didn't quite make it on the top ten:
Pretending to be sucked out of
the room, by the hand.
Stuffing as many banana peels in
your mouth as possible
Grow a mullet (sorry no actual
Thanks to Claudia Zollinger for the idea for this page
New words to a not so new song, thanks to the 4 Central boys
A chocolatey rhyme for the sweet 5 North RA"s
A little mermaid song, for
a big dorm finale, thanks
to the 4 Central girls.
Ode to the 4 North
A heart felt reminder of 3 South's living water
Guess the face for 3 North
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Life outside Tyndale
( Yes there is such a thing)
Enjojring some Philly Cheesesteak
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Kenya Missions Twi
A Day in the life of a Tyndale Student
4:30pm; Hanging out with friends after
class while waiting for dinner, in between
1 :30pm: Back in class. Writing tests.
8:00 pm: Cleaning up the room
before your roomie gets back from
6:00pm; Playing or spectating intramural
9:00pm: Watching TV in the 6th floor lounge.
10:00pm: Dorm Event.
1 :00am: Staying up late int he Kat to finish that
project due the next morning.
Wow, who new what a crazy year this would turn out to be. I feel that God was really
challenging us this year in many ways. I know personally I was stretched beyond what I
expected and when I wanted to run away, God was still there, the stronghold of my life. I pray
that this yearbook is not just for remembering people and places, but also for remembering
what God taught you this year, and the blessings he brought to your life, even if you didn't see
them until later. I apologize for any mistakes that you may find, but do know that I tried my best
and had fun preparing this yearbook. Thanks to those that helped out, in taking pictures
specifically for the yearbook as well as lending me personal pictures. Also, thanks to April
who helped a lot with layouts, and gave me some experienced input. Further thanks goes to
those who encouraged me when I felt like throwing in the towel. May God bless you in your
coming years, whether you be a lifer at Tyndale, a missionary in Peru or Kenya, or at another
university study bio-chem.
Your sister in Christ, '