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One winter morning in New Brunswick, a Grade 12 student learned that seven of his friends had been killed in a collision. The experience caused a season of depression and hopelessness, yet God was with him. God rescued Axel Kazadi [MTS 2015] from that state of mind, and gave the peace for which he was longing. He began taking God seriously. Motivated to explore theology and Christology, he came to Tyndale Seminary to study. Axel chose to research the divine passibility of God for his thesis, which explores how God relates to us in suffering. His dream is to teach theology to others, and he is pursuing a PhD with the hope of using his research to aid the church.
Axel is able to pursue this dream with the help of a Tyndale alumna. Reverend Suzanne Wilkinson, an ordained community chaplain, established a bursary for young people who demonstrate potential and have an interest in pastoral ministry. “One-to-one ministry is where I can share the gospel best on a personal level,” she says. “I want to encourage that in Tyndale students.”
Tyndale is a multidenominational Christian university college and seminary, legislated by the province of Ontario. The new 56-acre campus is strategically positioned in north Toronto on Bayview Avenue. Tyndale’s diverse student body is engaged in comprehensive post-secondary education programs taught from a faith perspective. Tyndale University College provides undergraduate degree programs that prepare students for professional vocations and postgraduate studies. Tyndale Seminary provides postgraduate theological education at the master’s and doctoral levels for Christian leaders in the 21st century. Founded in 1894, Tyndale presently has over 1,600 students representing over 40 denominations and 60 ethnic backgrounds and more than 12,500 alumni.