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Radio Program: Kevin Sawatsky (TWU Professor) - August 25-26 / Ron Kuehl (TWU Administrator) - August 31

Digitized sound file not attached, due to copyright restrictions
Audio 123b consists of the following recording:
Title: Kevin Sawatsky & Ron Kuehl – “Radio Interviews”
Lawyer and Dean of the School of Business, Kevin Sawatsky, is interviewed by Russ Byth, broadcaster on NEWS 1130, on a series of topics. [It appears there are recordings of this show using different parts of one interview.] Ron Kuehl, VP of Marketing, is interviewed about the opening of a new school year and his reaction to the Education court case [Legal Challenge] victory at the Supreme Court on PRAISE 106.5.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011

Radio Programs: Diane Hamel (TWU staff) - November 27, 2003 / Bob Burkinshaw (TWU faculty member) - June 2, 2004

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Audio 309a consists of the following recording:
Title: CBC Radio – “Diane Hamel”
Diane Hamel, administrative assistant for Alumni and Parent Relations at TWU, is interviewed on CBC radio about the American Thanksgiving dinner that she is coordinating for forty students, as well as some parents. She also discusses the number of students - approximately thirty percent of the student population - attending Trinity Western University that are from the United States.
Audio 309b consists of the following recording:
Title: “Rafe Mair Show”
Dr. Bob Burkinshaw, Trinity Western University History Professor (via telephone), and Rev. Nick Parker, rector at St. Steven's Church in West Vancouver, are interviewed by guest host Sherill Tobin on the Rafe Mair Show about the debate in the Anglican Church regarding the blessing of same-sex unions.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011

Praise Chapel: Malcolm Cameron (TWU Staff Member) - October 24-25

Audio 21a consists of the following recording:
Title: Malcolm Cameron – “Self Esteem”
Malcolm Cameron discusses the importance of accepting the fact God has made every person in his own image. When individuals are unable to see how they have been affected by life - the negative relationships and events - they struggle to grow. Personal growth is achieved through acknowledging God. He acknowledges the questions and struggles students face, academically, sexually, and emotionally. He encourages students to reach out the community of Trinity Western for support, strength, and love. After a moment of silence the group sings “Amazing Grace”.
Audio 21b consists of the following recording:
Title: Praise Chapel
The recording consists of praise and worships songs until [15:08] when an unidentified speaker discusses the presentations of chapel speakers from the previous few days on the topic of “Self Esteem”. He encourages the students to open themselves to letting God change an aspect of their lives they would like to see changed. He leads the students in prayer. Once prayer is concluded, the group resumes singing. At [31:15] the speaker leads the students in prayer again. Piano music plays as prayer concludes.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011

Music: Trinity Western College Music Ensemble "Selah"

Audio 289a consists of the following recording:
Title: Trinity Western College Ensemble – “Selah, Side 1”
A mixed group is accompanied by a piano and light percussion. They perform a variety of contemporary, upbeat Christian songs. This is most likely a studio performance.
Audio 289b consists of the following recording:
Title: Trinity Western College Ensemble – “Selah, Side 2”
A mixed group is accompanied by a piano, light percussion, and flute. They perform a variety of contemporary, upbeat Christian songs. This is most likely a studio performance.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011
According to other archival records, members of the group included the following TWC students: Garth Stewart, Ken Kush, Barb Quelch, Gerry Dueckman, Allan Rundel, Pam Linkewich, Aloha Carbol, and Dorita Strauss.

Sound Check

Audio 147a consists of the following recording:
Title: Unidentified Speaker – “Sound Check”
This recording contains a series of sound checks as two men attempt to get a microphone to work.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011

Dr. Neil Snider (President) and Ken Larson (Speaker) on Christian Leadership

Audio 67a consists of the following recording:
Title: Dr. Neil Snider – “Christian Leadership”
Dr. Snider examines the tactics of successful leadership. He discusses briefly the concepts of vision, mission, goals, strategies and evaluation. He emphasizes the importance of “vision” and explores what it means to have vision in a Christian context. He reads from James 1. He discusses having a right perspective of God and of one’s self. He explains that a leader knows and understands from God’s perspective. He illustrates this with personal stories. He speaks to the importance of working with the vision granted by God to become a leader. He concludes with the story of his first meeting with Trinity's Board of Governors while being recruited to TWU. The recording cuts off in the middle of a sentence.
Audio 67b consists of the following recording:
Title: Ken Larson – “Ethical Management”
This recording is a duplicate of Aud. 1a.
Ken Larson, American Businessman speaks at a TWU sponsored event about Christian business practices, leadership, influencing the workplace, business ethics, and acting in a biblical way. He believes that while the Christian manager may have any peer reviews, he or she is ultimately accountable to God and must act in a biblical manner in order to succeed. He relates personal stories about his business to illustrate his points, such as the importance of having the proper intention when pursuing legal action or demanding restitution for employee theft. Ken Larson also speaks about the importance of prioritizing the customer. He speaks on good citizenship and giving to charity. He believes that companies aren’t Christian, people are; and by acting in a biblical way individuals can influence the actions of the company and touch people.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011

Gerry Organ (former member of the CFL) / Doug Shantz (TWU Professor); David Enarson (Founder) - February 4 / Baruch Goldstein (Jews for Jesus) / Ken Davis (TWU Administrator)

Audio 48a consists of the following recording:
Title: Gerry Organ – “Chosen in the Heart” / Gerry and Lore Organ – “Marriage” / Doug Shantz – “Existentialism”
Gerry Organ, a former Grey Cup Champion (1973 and 1976) who played from 1971 to 1983 in the Canadian Football League, speaks to students at chapel about the importance of being chosen in the heart, of being loved by Jesus. He illustrates this point with several sports-related personal stories. He encourages the students to love everyone equally and make someone’s day. He leads the group in prayer. At [11:50] this section ends and a second Organ chapel presentation begins. He invites his wife Lore to speak. Together they read from Colossians and discuss the importance of Christian marriage. They discuss the difficulty of deciding whether or not to stay at home. Lore leads the group in prayer. At [27:57] Doug Shantz (TWU Professor) speaks at chapel on the dangers of existentialism and “new age” thinking.
Audio 48b consists of the following recording:
Title: Dave Enarson – “The Dream of TWU” / Baruch Goldstein – “Jews for Jesus” / Ken Davis – “The AUCC”
Enarson is interviewed (possibly by Human Resources Director Bill Norris?) about his role in the creation of Trinity Western University. This interview also includes some of Enarson’s personal history. He recounts his experiences on the planning committee, including references to Henry Friesen, who was convinced that the Seal Kap property was the place for Trinity. His wife, Eileen, also makes some comments about her personal life and involvement at Trinity Western University. At [18:52] this section cuts out suddenly and a representative of Jews for Jesus, Baruch Goldstein, can be heard addressing a chapel service. He mentions that this is his second visit to the Trinity campus. He argues that the difficulties Jews have with the Good News are not theological, but cultural. He then relates several amusing anecdotes about Jewish culture and his faith. He ends by pronouncing a benediction, first in Hebrew, then in English. At [37:30] this section ends and another chapel service, already in progress, begins, with Dr. Ken Davis discussing his involvement with the AUCC. He discusses bringing Howard Petch of the University of Victoria to campus and convincing Petch to support TWU’s acceptance into the AUCC. He leads the group in prayer.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011

Founders' Banquet: Calvin Hanson (Founding President) and other Speakers - February 28

Audio 178a consists of the following recording:
Title: Many Speakers – “Founders’ Week”
This recording documents a Founders’ Week Banquet. Various speakers share their experiences at Trinity Western University. These speakers include Mr. David Enarson (Founder and member of Board of Governors), Dr. Robert Thompson (Board member, administrator, and lecturer, Mr. Benno Friesen (founding faculty member and MP), Dr. Neil Snider (TWU President), and Dr. Calvin Hanson (Founding President). They share their vision for TWU, the struggle to make it a reality, and the many clear indications that they were following God’s will. Diane Denney, Student Council Vice President, expresses her appreciation for those who paved the way for her TWU experience. Former President Calvin Hanson reflects on his years at Trinity. He is cut off in the middle of a sentence. [There is a partial transcript available of Ms. Denney’s address.]
Audio 178b consists of the following recording:
Title: Many Speakers – “Founders’ Week”
This is a continuation of the recording on Aud. 178a. Cal Hanson continues to describe his Trinity Western University experience. At [23:22] Dr. Neil Snider shares his excitement regarding plans for a “consortium seminary”. [There is a partial transcript available of Cal Hanson's address as well as Dr. Snider’s address.]
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011
[“Founders’ Week,” a joint effort of both the Student Association and TWU Administration, took place from February 23 to 28 in 1987.]

Vespers (1996 Graduation) - April 26

Audio 254a consists of the following recording:
Title: Many Speakers – “Vespers”
The recording begins with piano music. At [6:45] an unidentified woman - possibly a student - addresses the graduating class. She discusses what it means to be a light for God. At [9:00] the group is led in prayer by an unidentified man - possibly another graduating student. The group is led in songs of praise, possibly by one of the chapel worship teams, a mixed group acompanied by a piano, synthesizer, drums and guitar. At [25:24] a second unidentified woman (later referred to as Carmen) is invited to speak. She reads from Romans 8, about the love of God. Another unidentified woman speaks, reflecting upon her Trinity Western University experience as a transfer student. The group is again led in song.
Audio 254b consists of the following recording:
Title: Many Speakers – “Vespers”
This is a continuation of the event on Aud. 254a. The group is led in songs of praise. This section of the recording features a mixed group [chapel worship team?] singing a variety of Christian songs accompanied by a piano, drums, synthesizer, and guitar. At [3:16] an unidentified man leads the group in prayer. He then shares his testimony. At [9:13] an unidentified woman speaks on revival. At [11:20] another unidentified woman reads Isaiah 40:28-31. At [12:57] an unidentified man recounts his grade five encounter with C.S. Lewis. At [18:10] the music resumes. At [22:14] an unidentified woman [Suzanne] - the same woman featured at the beginning of Aud 254a - makes some closing comments. At [24:00] Peter Van Giesen, Director of Alumni Relations, briefly discusses alumni benefits. He introduces Deborah Grey, MP, who is presented with the first Alumni Award of Distinction. Stephen [Steven Friebel? Alumni Association President] is invited to speak. He discusses his experience of graduation. He is cut off in the middle of a sentence.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011
Commencement Speaker

Baccalaureate Service: Neil Snider (TWU President) and other Speakers

Audio 157a consists of the following recording:
Title: Many Speakers – “Baccalaureate Service Grad '96”
The recording opens with Tom Bulick welcoming those in attendance. He then speaks on discipleship, and on the role of disciples, with the theme "disciples glorify God." There is music and singing. The group is led in prayer. Bulick speaks on the investment of discipleship. There is a reading from Luke 14:25-35. There is music and singing. A woman shares her testimony. Various students share their testimonies.
Audio 157b consists of the following recording:
Title: Many Speakers – “Baccalaureate Service Grad '96”
This is a continuation of the service on Aud. 157a. President Snider reflects on discipleship. A graduate from the Masters of Counseling Psychology program reads John 15:1-17. An unidentified male student speaks on the topic of “abiding in Christ”. An unidentified female student speaks on the same topic, focusing on the idea of obedience. She emphasizes the story of Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011
Note: this appears to be a Sunday morning worship service that preceded the formal graduation ceremony

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