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Dr. Stephen Hayner (Seattle Pacific University) - Staley Lecture Series - Lecture #3 - February 16

Audio 62a consists of the following recording:
Title: Dr. Steve Hayner, Staley Lecture series – “Sex and Marriage”
Dr. Steve Hayner, Vice President for Student Life at Seattle Pacific University since 1984 (and President of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship from 1988 to 2001), speaks on Genesis 2 and marriage as part of the Staley Lecture series. He explores the difference between friendship, intimacy, and sexuality. He speaks to the importance of commitment. He discusses the transition to a sexual relationship after marriage. He discusses the importance abstinence through personal stories. He emphasizes the importance of communication in a relationship, over physical relations. He argues that love is commitment, and that the amount of physical expression should relate to the level of commitment between partners. He encourages the students to think about the message they are intending to send to themselves and their partners. He leads the students in prayer.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011

Dr. Don Page (TWU Administrator) - undated

Audio 109a consists of the following recording:
Title: Dr. Don Page – “The Commitment of Christians”
Dr. Page, Academic Vice President, discusses the development of Christian believers in China. He explores the difficulty posed by spirituality and the new age movement. He discusses the profound failures of politics when Christian values are lost within the rule of law. He illustrates this point with personal stories. He then takes questions from the audience on a variety of topics, including Christians in the media, sexual orientation, violence in the media, and the importance of upholding the word of God.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011

Graduation Service: John Redekop (Commencement Speaker) and Kari Byrt (Valedictorian) and others - May 1

Audio 188a consists of the following recording:
Title: John Redekop – “Graduation Ceremony”
The recording begins with music and singing. Dr. Don Page, Vice President for Academic Affairs, presents Dr John Harold Redekop for an honorary doctorate , the degree of Doctor of Humanities. Dr. Redekop, historian, professor of political science at Wilfrid Laurier University in Ontario, and also adjunct professor of political science at TWU, is invited to speak. He shares his views on Christianity, leadership and living for God. At [23:25] there is music and singing. Dr. Don Page awards the Governor General’s Gold Medal - the first to be presented at TWU - to Randy Peter Wolff, and the Governor General’s Silver Medal to Kari Byrt. Byrt, also the valedictorian, is introduced and invited to speak. Dr. Don Page begins to present the citizenship awards [Leanne Chase and Greg Ouellette], but is cut off in the middle of a sentence.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011

Evangelism Week: President Neil Snider / Gerhard DuToit

Audio 45b consists of the following recording:
Title: President Neil Snider – “Glorify God” and "The Mission of TWU" / Gerhard DuToit – (Faith Missions) "The Word of God"
There is some singing at the beginning of the recording. A student, Mike Hamilton, shares the story of his father accepting the Lord. The students pray for the continued intervention of the Lord. President Snider speaks in regards to the constant change in the world. He states that the mission of the University is personal development in Jesus Christ and the end goal is service to the Lord. He reads and examines John 16:33-17:5. He argues that one’s overall purpose is to glorify God. He then leads the students in prayer.
This section ends and a recording from another day begins. During Evangelism Week, Gerhard DuToit speaks to the importance of being accountable and available to God. He emphasizes that the Word of God should be precious to all Christians. He shares a compelling story about the murder of a Christian in Africa and the impact this person’s witness had on those who murdered him. DuToit relates the importance of preaching and relates a personal story of connecting to a stranger through the Word of God. He argues for continued witness to Jesus Christ and constant prayer. The recording cuts off in the middle of a sentence.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011

Chapel: Craig Taylor - April 3-4

Audio 141b consists of the following recording:
Title: Craig Taylor – “Communion Both Sides”
This recording of a Praise Chapel service opens with music and singing. At [11:05] an unidentified speaker talks about the impact Chapel has had on the students. There is more singing and music until the end of the recording.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011
original audio cassette label reads: Creig Taylor - Communion - April 3-4

Panel: Dr. Neil Snider (TWU President) and others - April 5

Audio 130a consists of the following recording:
Title: President Snider – “Panel Discussion”
Dr. Snider moderates a panel dscussion that includes Dr. Guy Saffold (TWU Administrator), Dr. Bob Burkinshaw (TWU Professor), Dr. Don Page (TWU Administrator), Mr. Melvin Smith (Lawyer and constitutional expert), and Carol Gran (Minister of Government Management Services and Minister Responsible for Women's Programs). Dr. Snider summarizes the position of each panel member. He thanks them for speaking and invites Carol Gran to speak. Gran focuses on the subservient role of women in Christian society. Drs. Burkinshaw and Page respond. The impact of constitutional law on various issues is discussed by Mel Smith as he answers various questions. Dr. Page answers questions and shares his faith journey. Dr. Snider makes some closing remarks.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011

Promotional Event: Dr. Neil Snider (TWU President) and Dr. Don Page

Audio 175a consists of the following recording:
Title: Dr. Neil Snider / Dr. Don Page – “Growth of Trinity Western University / The Changing World”
Dr. Snider speaks on the development of Trinity Western University during his time as president. He introduces Dr. Don Page who discusses the changes in the world and the importance of the Christian community being attuned to those changes.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011
Archivist's notes, 2007: Development Event. Dr. Snider opens, announcing that "there will be a video in a few minutes that will tell you about Trinity Western." He comments on the interest in Pacific Rim countries - like Korea - regarding establishing some kind of affiliation with Trinity. He shares his own vision for Trinity, which includes academic excellence, the "student development approach" (that students learn as much outside the classroom setting as inside, so the whole environment is key), and accomplishing both of these from a biblical perspective. "We are here tonight to thank you for standing with us." Snider states that the motto for the current year, "truth unto godliness," is taken from Titus 1. He introduces the video. The recording is interrupted.
Dr Snider introduces Dr. Page, here from Toronto, as the speaker. Page [later Academic Vice President for TWU] speaks regarding the need to prepare for a challenging future.

Music and Narrative: Christmas presentation [partial]

Audio 214b consists of the following recording:
Title: Unidentified soloists and narrators – “The Christmas Story”
A female soloist accompanied by a variety of instruments, possibly synthesized, including harp, bells, and piano, performs a song ["I am waiting in a silent prayer"]. She begins to tell the Christmas Story. Midway through the recording, a male narrator recounts the Christmas story from Joseph's perspective [What did Joseph feel?] and a male soloist performs a song. The two singers perform a duet. Another song is begun, but is cut off abruptly.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011

Slide Show Script: Men of Vision

Audio 313a consists of the following recording:
Title: Trinity Western College – “Men of Vision”
This recording contains a narrative originally used to accompany a slide presentation for Trinity Western College. This presentation focuses on the vision of the founders and on the creation of the school. The development of the school, particularly in terms of its faculty and buildings, is discussed. The impact of various individuals, such as David Enarson, Carl Fosmark, Calvin B. Hanson, Leland Asa, Enoch Mattson, Vernon Strombeck, David Twiest, Robert Thompson, and Neil Snider is highlighted. There is music through the length of the recording.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011

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