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Interview: Rebecca Verhaeghe (TWU Alumni) - November 30

Audio 143a consists of the following recording:
Title: Rebecca Verhaeghe – “Interview”
A man - possibly Greg Charyna, TWU Alumnus (1989) and member of Trinity's Public Relations department - interviews Rebecca Verhaeghe, alumna (1984), on how her experience at Trinity Western University impacted her life. [The interview may be conducted over the telephone; the recording volume for Verhaeghe's replies is very low] She describes her current position, as a social worker and family therapist working in a hospital in York County, and discusses the impact of faith-based education. This interview is intended as the basis of an advertisement for Trinity Western University in Faith Today magazine.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011
[After serving 12 years as a pastor, Greg - along with his wife Karen - opened Home Instead Senior Care in Saskatoon]

30th Anniversary Celebration - Dr. David Hocking - October 25

Audio 65a consists of the following recording:
Title: David Hocking – “Praising God”
Dr. David Hocking (pastor, Bible teacher, and radio broadcaster) discusses the importance of praising and glorifying God - the theme of Trinity's 30th Anniversary. He argues that it is the responsibility of all Christians to depend on God and act for His Glory. He discusses the difference between prayer and worry. He encourages students to rely on God. He discusses the relevance of Trinity Western University’s mission statement in glorifying God.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011

Corporate Club Dinner: Dr. Neil Snider (TWU President)- , Abbotsford - March 26

Audio 131a consists of the following recording:
Title: President Snider – “Panel Discussion”
Dr. Snider moderates a Panel Discussion, during a Corporate Club Dinner in Abbotsford, 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 remarks on David Enarson’s involvement with Trinity Western University and the overall development and challenge of Trinity Western University. He discusses the importance and development of the Trinity Western University mission statement.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011

Dr. Guy Saffold (TWU Administrator) Tape #4 - May 14

Audio 121a consists of the following recording:
Title: Dr. Guy S. Saffold – “Effective Leadership Principles”
Dr. Guy Saffold speaks at the Marriott Hotel in Toronto, Ontario, on “Effective Leadership Principles”. He uses studies conducted on effective leaders to debunk the four myths of leadership, which are: leadership is hereditary, leadership is “visible”, leadership is authority, and [the fourth one is not mentioned]. He discusses the importance of servant leadership [15:30]. He explores “Critical Success Factors” at length. The primary principles of leadership are examined. Various forms of leadership are discussed. He takes questions from the audience. At [42:00] he introduces Rick Sutcliffe, TWU Professor in Computing Science.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011
[Guy Saffold was the Vice President for University Advancement]

Church Service: Dr. Neil Snider (TWU President) - October 20

Audio 134a consists of the following recording:
Title: President Snider – “United Evangelical Free Church Service 8:30am”
This is a service at a Free Church in Seattle. There is music and singing for the first portion. The congregation prays and a young woman discusses missions. Others share their testimonies. At [12:07] President Snider speaks on the development of Trinity Western University into a four-year institution. He relates several personal stories to underscore the importance of the University. He discusses the development of the Laurentian Leadership Centre. He describes the multidisciplinary nature of a “calling”. He begins to speak about the Legal Challenge [Education Court Case] but is cut off in the middle of a sentence.
Audio 134b consists of the following recording:
Title: President Snider – “United Evangelical Free Church Service 8:30am”
This is a continuation of the recording on Aud. 134a. Snider discusses the Legal Challenge at length. He encourages those present to find their inspiration and calling. The group is led in prayer and there is music and singing.
Audio 134c consists of the following recording:
Title: President Snider – “United Evangelical Free Church Service 11:00am”
This is a service at a Free Church in Seattle. The service opens with music, introductions and testimony. At [16:00] Dr. Snider speaks on the glory of God and fellowship. He discusses the importance of developing a godly lifestyle, referencing the book of Ephesians at length. He emphasizes the importance of answering the call of God.
Audio 134d consists of the following recording:
Title: President Snider – “United Evangelical Free Church Service 11:00am”
This is a continuation of the service on Aud. 134c. Snider relates a personal story to underscore the importance of a humble relationship with God. He relates stories of how God is impacting young people. He discusses the importance of community and life-long friendships. At [13:00] Dr. Snider is thanked for speaking and the congregation unites in song.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011

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

Chapel Service: Bob Botsford (Alumni) - February 20

Audio 5a consists of the following recording:
Title: Bob Botsford (alumnus) on Obeying the Call of God
TWU Alumnus Bob Botsford speaks during a chapel service. He speaks in an informal way, often rephrasing scripture with a modern context in order to reach his audience. He focuses first on his work with Youth Development International ( YDI ) and the possibility of developing a Youth Development International outpost at Trinity Western University. He reads from John Chapter 2, recounting the story of how Jesus turned water into wine. He focuses on the way Jesus takes the attention away from the bride, but in a positive way. The other point he draws from this story is that the servants are told by Mary, no mater what Jesus asks of you - just do it. The theme of obedience permeates the rest of Mr. Botsford’s talk. He then relates a story from Matthew 21 which involves the obedience of two sons to their father. From this story he extracts the point that even if what is asked of the individual is difficult, in the end it is only by following through on the command of the Lord that individuals are rewarded. Mr. Botsford encourages his audience to always follow the call of the Lord, to always keep Jesus present, and to be aware of one’s responsibilities to God. Mr. Botsford relates a personal story about his friend Ed Mitchell helping a deaf child discover Jesus. He again encourages his audience to live their lives placing Jesus Christ first. Finally, Mr. Botsford leads in prayer.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011

TWU Fall Banquet: Chuck Colson - October 30

Audio 24a consists of the following recording:
Title: Chuck Colson – “God Demands Our Obedience”
Chuck Colson, a Christian leader, cultural commentator, and author who served as Special Counsel for President Richard Nixon from 1969 to 1973, speaks at the Pan Pacific Hotel in Vancouver during Trinity's Fall Banquet. He opens with a joke about being tape-recorded - referring to Watergate. He also tells several humorous anecdotes. He poses the question, “What can a fellow believe in now?” Colson discusses the breakdown of government and loss of trust in society. He discusses how modern society lives as if God is dead. Colson examines what it means to be a Christian in a religious sense and not merely a situational or cultural sense. The Church must stand on truth, on Scripture. Colson also examines the Trinity Western Statement of Purpose and the importance of the mission to create leaders who think as Christians constantly. He discusses how God has not used his triumphs, but the great defeat of his life - going to prison - to impact others. Colson argues that it is not what we do, but what God chooses to do through us, and our obedience to Him. He then examines what it means to love God. Finally, Colson calls out to the people not to simply sit smugly and be saved, but to go out and live as members of the Church of Christ in the middle of the decaying Kingdom of the world. President Snider thanks Colson for coming and makes a few closing remarks.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011

Interview: John Reimer - October

Audio 117a consists of the following recording:
Title: John Reimer, MP – “Interview”
John Reimer, MP, is interviewed by an unidentified staff person who addresses him as Trinity's Christian Leader in Residence. [Recording begins with interview already in progress, possibly in an office setting] Reimer discusses a variety of issues including, slavery, abortion, decision-making, Trinity Western University (its personnel and students), being a Christian in politics, Christian businessmen, and honest hard work.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011
[John Reimer was an MP from 1979 to 1980, and again from 1984 to 1993, from Kitchener Ontario]

President's Reception in Ottawa - February 26

Audio 239a consists of the following recording:
Title: Dr. Neil Snider – “Ottawa - President's Reception, Feb 26, 1996”
As this recording begins, Hazel Campbell (TWU staff member) is just finishing speaking about her children's experiences at TWU. President Neil Snider then passes the microphone to MP Sharon Hayes, who comments on her daughter’s Trinity Western University experience. Deborah Grey (TWU Alumna), Caucus leader of the Reform Party of Canada, discusses her own Trinity experience, in the mid-1970s. Dr. Snider discusses the benefits of TWU, including its membership in the AUCC, its many programs, and its liberal arts approach. An unidentified woman - an Admissions Counsellor - is invited to speak on the benefits of TWU, and mentions the many opportunities to be involved. Dr. Snider discusses further benefits of TWU. Heather Thomson (Director of the Parents Program) is invited to speak. Dr. Snider takes questions from the audience. He concludes the event and music begins to play. At [39:59] this recording ends and the original content of the tape - contemporary Christian music - begins.
Audio 239b consists of the following recording:
Title: Gospel Music Today – “Music”
This section contains the original content of the tape, a sampling of contemporary Christian music on Gospel Music Today. Digitized sound file not attached, due to copyright restrictions.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011

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