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ANNUAL REPORT 2011–2012

MISSION STATEMENT

Trinity educates men and women to engage in God’s redemptive work in the world by cultivating academic excellence, Christian faithfulness, and lifelong learning.

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BOARD OF REGENTS

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL

Gregory E. Barrett BA ’71

Neil Nyberg BA ’74

Judy Bradish

Richard A. Parker MDiv ’76

Larry Collett

Edmond L. Soliday

Howard A. Dahl MA ’77

Susan Ruud Stover

Co-Provost Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs Dean of College & Graduate School

James Tahmisian

Tite Tiénou, PhD

Vice Chair

President

Jeanette L. Hsieh, EdD

Ron Dunn BA ’84

Vice Secretary / Recording Secretary

Peter Etienne BA ’85

W. Charles Thor Jr.

Co-Provost Senior Vice President of Education Dean of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School

James Gilbert BA ’71

Henry Van Dixhorn

Steven Geggie

Maureen Girkins

G. Craig Williford PhD ’95

William Hamel MDiv ’72 Bill Jones MDiv ’84, DMin ’01 Charlene Kalebic Robert Kleinschmidt ’76–’79 Chair

Senior Vice President for University Advancement

EX OFFICIO MEMBERS William Hamel EFCA President

Carole H. Lehn

TIU Representative to the EFCA Board

Paul Y. Mang

Jim Kallam

EFCA Board of Directors Chair

Robert Kleinschmidt ’76–’79

Mark Neaman

TIU Chair

Thomas Nelson DMin ’98

G. Craig Williford PhD ’95

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Senior Vice President for Information Technology and Planning

David A. Hoag, PhD

Bill Jones MDiv ’84, DMin ’01

James H. Matson

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G. Craig Williford, PhD ’95

TIU President

Roger Kieffer

Senior Vice President for Enrollment

J. Michael Picha MA ’12

Senior Vice President of Business and Finance Chief Financial Officer

William O. Washington, PhD BA ’88, MAR ’98 Senior Vice President for Student Affairs Dean of Students, Trinity College

LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT

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n behalf of the entire Trinity community, I would like to express our gratitude to you—Trinity’s alumni, parents, faculty, staff, and friends—who have invested your time, talent, and treasure in Trinity’s students and mission.

Since its beginning, Trinity has been entrusted with the gospel of Christ Jesus as revealed in Holy Scripture, and I am thankful that God continues to use us at Trinity (not to mention our graduates worldwide) as messengers of this gospel. By the power of God’s Spirit, we will remain faithful to that calling for generations to come. Thank you for the part you play in this work. This past year—as it is with most years—we witnessed many challenges, but we also pursued many great opportunities. By God’s grace, we have managed to navigate well through what have become choppy waters not just for Trinity, but also for Christian higher education as a whole. It is important to remember that God is not surprised or thwarted by any of these challenges. In fact, many of them reveal his will and his handiwork. They can help motivate and mobilize us for even greater impact for his glory. As we adapt to his work in the world and leverage these challenges for the sake of his kingdom, we will see even more of his will being done in and through our university. In the pages that follow, you will read about some of the impact that God has made in and through Trinity, its students, faculty, and graduates. You will also read about some new programs and initiatives that will help us and our students make an even greater impact, such as a new MA in Leadership, an MBA program, and a Student Success Center (pp. 6–7); a new MDiv honors program and a doctoral initiative that will help us prepare students for leadership in the church and the academy, both at home and abroad (pp. 8–9); and a mobile legal clinic that provides free legal services to under-resourced individuals (p. 10). We are both thankful for and challenged by where we are as a university. We believe that we can become even more faithful stewards of the resources that have been entrusted to us. We want to deploy shrewdly these resources to increase the impact that Trinity graduates make in the lives of their neighbors. We seek to grow not because we simply want to become bigger, but because we want to train more students to be a faithful and effective witness to God’s love in the public square and the church. With hope and appreciation,

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“Leadership, not management, that’s what we’re aiming to teach.” – Antony Beckham

Assistant Professor of Business

INTEGRATING THE GOSPEL WITH TRAINING LEADERS FOR LIFE

Against the backdrop of a world desperate for leaders with integrity, Trinity International University launches its new Master of Arts in Leadership program. The skills emphasized in Leadership studies — critical thinking, problem-solving, and communication — prepare TIU students to make a redemptive difference in today’s world. Thus the goals of a Leadership program and of Christian higher education align, making the study of leadership an ideal fit for TIU. Trinity Graduate School and Trinity College will also offer a dual BA/MA degree that pairs an MA in Leadership with an undergraduate degree in any major. In this program, undergraduate students may earn a graduate degree within a year of completing their BA. “This is an authentically interdisciplinary program,” says Trinity’s Assistant Professor of Business Antony Beckham, precisely because each class will follow “what’s needed today — a better model” of facilitation rather than constant lecturing, and will consist of students from all walks of life. With an emphasis on practical application, students seek out mentors that engage them as they work through putting theory into practice, providing insight and guidance on their class projects. “Leadership, not management,” Dr. Beckham quips. “That’s what we’re aiming to teach.”

STUDENT SUCCESS CENTER

During the summer, TIU opened its new Student Success Center. Its purpose is to equip students with tools to complete their studies well and in a timely manner; connect them with mentors who can personally guide them through their studies, internships, and careers; and launch them into the field to which God has called them. Along with this opening came the hiring of Mechelle Garrett, a dedicated director of student success who oversees and coordinates academic support and academic advising for all university students. She will also lead the efforts to bring various academic support and advising services together into a new centralized location. By focusing on the educational and vocational success of each student, TIU will be better equipping more Christ-followers to succeed in their studies and their future work.

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T R I N I T Y CO L L E G E & G R A D UAT E S C H O O L

PHILOSOPHY REDESIGNED

Starting this fall semester, the Department of Philosophy offers students a distinctive opportunity in the field of philosophy with the addition of three specializations: philosophy of religion, ethics, and apologetics. By using a distinctly critical, historical, and Christian approach, the Philosophy Department’s goal is to help produce the next generation of excellent thinkers. TIU graduates in philosophy will know how to understand perspectives different from their own, and they will be prepared to stake claims and provide reasons with a design plan aimed at truth, goodness, and beauty.

THE HEALING TOUCH

The Department of Health Sciences adds to its repertoire the BA/Pre-Physician Assistant degree program designed to combine a solid theoretical science foundation with clinical education experiences to give students a competitive advantage for acceptance to postgraduate professional physician assistant programs. The addition of this program aligns perfectly with what is seen in health care career trends across the United States.

TIU-FLORIDA LAUNCHES MBA

“I want people who can walk out of my class and do something different tomorrow morning,” says Arthur E. Bailey, long-time business professor at TIU-Florida. That something different is the greater good in the societies of God’s world. To promote and persuade others to pursue this result, TIU-Florida has recently launched a Master in Business Administration, with Professor Bailey as its program director. The purpose of the MBA is to equip business professionals to engage the best practices in their fields, while undergirding those with a passion for the lordship of Jesus Christ — a passion that ought to lead to a God-honoring life that benefits company, community, and creation.

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KERN FAMILY FOUNDATION

The Kern Family Foundation has long been a strategic partner at Trinity, and this partnership continues to grow. Their interest in pastoral education has led to the start of two initiatives this past year:

MDiv with Pre-Seminary Honors Program

TIU shares with its community a commitment to the local church, for it is through the local church that God calls people out of darkness into his incredible light. In this program, a student will enroll at TIU for two years of pre-seminary honors work and matriculate into TEDS for three years of MDiv coursework, thus cutting costs and enabling the graduate to engage in full-time ministry sooner. Similar to other academic programs with clear professional outcomes (pre-med, pre-physical therapy, pre-pharmarcy), the Pre-Seminary Honors Program acknowledges one’s call to ministry early in academic life. The program is led by a faculty mentor who understands how rigorous this program of study will be, as well as the importance of spiritual and academic preparation.

The Oikonomia Network

The TIU family of schools has a demonstrated commitment to forming individuals for excellence in service to the kingdom of God in whatever vocational spheres they find themselves. The Oikonomia Network provides specific opportunities for critical reflection and concrete action toward a biblically faithful, theologically robust, and culturally relevant theology of vocational stewardship. See tiu.edu/stewardship for more information.

CROWELL TRUST

The Crowell Trust granted TIU seed funding to cover Latino initiatives at TEDS. As a result of this grant, Peruvian professor Dr. Miguel Palomino, director of Escuela de Capacitación Ministerial de Miami, rector of Facultad Teológica Latinóamericana Alianza, and pastor of Pembroke Pines Alliance Church (Fla.), will be teaching in missions and intercultural studies for the second semester of this academic year.

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THE GREG WAYBRIGHT LEADERSHIP SCHOLARS INITIATIVE

An anonymous donor has committed $1.26 million that will fully fund doctoral studies for nine new students, each receiving $35,000 annually. This new initiative will bring honor to God’s name in significant ways by attracting the finest students, thus advancing the work of his kingdom. The fact that it is happening through TIU is a mercy not taken for granted. As an institution committed to excellence in education and service to the church, it is a great joy to be given opportunities such as these. As Trinity's well-trained graduates are placed in positions of influence may the glory of God be magnified! Amidst many strong applicants, the first three have already been selected—from Indonesia, Russian, and Illinois: Sutrisna Harjanto, PhD Educational Studies, Bandung, Indonesia Sutrisna chose to attend TEDS so that he may be better equipped in his ministry to college students and so that he may help prepare future leaders of the church in his country. Andrey Kravtsev, PhD Intercultural Studies, Prohladny, Russia There is a large Muslim population in Prohladny, and serving those people has been at the core of Andrey’s teaching ministry. His desire at TEDS is to become better equipped to teach his students to effectively reach people from different cultural backgrounds. Oliver Hersey, PhD Theological Studies, Villa Park, Illinois Oliver has served as an educator at a Christian K-12 institution, as well a youth pastor at a local church. His desire is to teach Old Testament at the college level after completing his studies at TEDS. See bit.ly/JgP4o8 for the details.

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TRINIT Y LAW SCHOOL

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rom award-winning moot court presentations, travels abroad to Strasbourg, and new faculty hires, this past year at Trinity Law School has driven forward its mission to educate, motivate and mobilize attorneys to advocate for justice, serve the church, and pursue the truth. One particular story serves to illustrate this well. The Orange County Rescue Mission (OCRM), in a joint venture with Trinity Law School, has created a Mobile Legal Clinic to help homeless men and women in Orange County to resolve any legal issues they may face. This clinic is an extension of the venture’s existing legal clinic at the Orange County Rescue Mission’s Village of Hope (rescuemission.org). The goal of the Mobile Legal Clinic is to provide free legal services to less fortunate and homeless individuals in Orange County in order to assist them on the road to self-sufficiency and employment, and to give our students an opportunity to show how the skills they have acquired in law school can have an immediate impact on the lives of others. In this endeavor, says OCRM President Jim Palmer, “Trinity Law School is serving our mission by providing resources that will assist the homeless and working poor by removing some legal barriers that make difficult to find employment and housing, to name just a few.” By providing these services through a mobile clinic, those individuals without transportation and without resources will be able to receive legal counseling and take the first steps towards solving their legal issues. “And a steady paycheck and the ability to pay for food and housing are essential to maintaining stable living conditions,” adds Palmer. The services include criminal law and family law support with issues such as child support, debt, SSDI, bankruptcy and traffic ticket cases.

TOP: Law student David Howell of the Trinity School of Law helps a homeless woman at the OCRM’s mobile legal clinic in Santa Ana’s civic center.

As an extension of the University’s core value of “cultural engagement,” Trinity Law School Dean Myron Steeves notes that “our students are engaged in a cross-cultural ministry in the mobile clinic as a significant number of the homeless in Orange County are immigrants, many of whom have not fully adapted to American culture.” Another tangible takeaway from this venture, according to Dean Steeves, is that “the mobile clinic is especially rewarding since the clients who are served by it are eager for any assistance they can get, and usually generous with their gratitude. This is often more inspiring to our students than any other aspect of law school training, and it has a powerful effect of introducing our students to ministry through law in a personal way. Our hope is that they will use this as motivation to minister throughout their law school career and beyond.” The Mobile Legal Clinic operates every Thursday in downtown Santa Ana, at the heart of Orange County’s executive government offices and court system.

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W E LCO M E T H E N E W FAC E S A R O U N D T R I N I T Y

DR. BILL DONAHUE Associate professor of Christian Ministries (TC) and Pastoral Theology (TEDS)

MECHELLE GARRETT Director of the University Student Success Center

DR. DONALD GUTHRIE MDiv ’85 Director of the PhD/Educational Studies Professor of Educational Ministries (TEDS)

DR. DAVID GUSTAFSON MDiv ’88, ThM ’89 Director of Placement

DR. JOSHUA JIPP MDiv ’05 Assistant Professor of New Testament

DR. TONY LADD Athletic Director

DR. DAVID LUY MDiv ’08 Dean’ s Appointment in the Systematic Theology Department (TEDS)

DR. ERIC TULLY Assistant Professor of Old Testament and Semitic Languages (TEDS)

DR. KEVIN VANHOOZER Research Professor in the Biblical and Systematic Theology Department (TEDS)

DR. MAY VANG Assistant Professor of Education (TC)

HENRY CENTER FOR THEOLOGICAL UNDERSTANDING The Henry Center for Theological Understanding is in its seventh year of ministry, and continues to help bridge the gap between the theological academy and the church. Accordingly, the Henry Center houses a cluster of initiatives, each of which is aimed at applying practical Christian wisdom to important kingdom issues—for the good of the church, for the soul of the theological academy, for the sake of the world, and ultimately for the glory of God. It seeks to ground each of these initiatives in Scripture, and it pursues these goals collaboratively. This past year has seen HCTU blessed with another financial gift that helps to place it on stable ground. Our various initiatives—the Scripture and Ministry lecture series and the Timothy Series—have moved the conversation forward with great lineups of church men and women devoted to the cause of Christ. It is also a time of transition at the center: this summer, Dr. Thomas H. McCall, associate professor of biblical and systematic theology, was installed as the new director, and Geoffrey Fulkerson, a PhD candidate in systematic theology, became managing director.

JONATHAN EDWARDS CENTER AT TEDS The Jonathan Edwards Center at TEDS launched last year and is directed by Professor of Church History and Christian Thought Dr. Douglas Sweeney (MA ’89). JEC at TEDS exists to promote and serve the conversation unfolding on Jonathan Edwards, America’s preeminent pastor, theologian, and philosopher.  It has a special concern to support scholarly work on Edwards and his international influence, but will also play a role in making Edwards more accessible to pastors and church people. It offers two main lecture series—the New Directions in Edwards Studies and Jonathan Edwards and the Church. This past year saw invigorating and challenging conversation revolving around both of those topics: such as the ambiguous relationship between Edwards and American slavery, the significant role that Edwards has played in the character of Christianity in South Korea, and the possibilities and tensions that arise from a literary study of Edwards’ writings.

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A C A D E M I C A C H I E V E M E N T S : C E N T E R S U P D AT E & FA C U LT Y H I G H L I G H T S

CENTER FOR BIOETHICS & HUMAN DIGNIT Y The Center for Bioethics & Human Dignity continues to focus on bioethics research from a Christian perspective that is both academically rigorous and broadly accessible. From the Global Women’s Health Initiative, the publication and delivery of various essays and lectures from the center’s executive team, and the many on-campus lectures to its 19th annual summer conference, Reclaiming Dignity in a Culture of Commodification, during the past year CBHD has maintained its anticipation, interpretation, and engagement of the pressing bioethical issues of our day.

FACULTY TRAVEL & PUBLICATIONS

D. A. Carson traveled in August to Hong Kong and Warsaw to speak at the Hong Kong Bible and Gospel Coalition conferences, respectively. Peter T. Cha wrote the introduction and the chapter “Forming ‘Graceful Pastors’” for Honoring the Generations: Learning with Asian North American Congregations (Judson Press). In October, Bradley Fruhauff spoke on “The Challenges of Publishing ‘Gritty’ Christian Literature in a Culture of Purity” at the University of Findlay in Ohio. David M. Gustafson translated the Memoirs of J. G. Princell (by Josephine Princell) for the Frisk Collection of Covenant Literature at North Park University. Dana M. Harris contributed the article “Priest” for the new NIV Study Bible (Zondervan). John F. Kilner authored the essay “An Inclusive Framework for Stem Cell Research” to The Blackwell Companion to Science and Christianity (Wiley-Blackwell). Kilner also spoke at the Washington, D.C., annual meeting of the American Society for Bioethics & Humanities in October. Scott M. Manetsch continues his work as associate general editor of the Reformation Commentary Series with the publication of Genesis 1–11 (IVP Academic). In October, Manetsch spoke at the Forest Lake District (EFCA) Fall Conference and at the Sixteenth Century Studies Conference in Cincinnati. Miriam Parent participated in the American Association of Christian Counselors Conference in Branson, Missouri, in September. Douglas A. Sweeney (MA ’89) co-authored with David Barshinger (PhD cand., TEDS) the entry “Jonathan Edwards” in the Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception (Walter de Gruyter). Sweeny also co-edited with Oliver D. Crisp (Fuller) After Jonathan Edwards: The Courses of the New England Theology (OUP).

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Trinity International University is on a mission. It is to educate men and women to engage in God’s redemptive work in the world by cultivating academic excellence, Christian faithfulness, and lifelong learning. To this end, the undergraduate website has just been given a fresh look with a focus on new academic program content (undergrad.tiu.edu). “I love the way the navigation is set up. I think that it is easy to use and has great fluency to it,” senior Nicole Fish said. “What stands out most to me, though, is the way that the website captures the genuine joy and liveliness that makes Trinity unique. “Basically, I am a huge fan of this new look.” Trinity International University, comprised as it is by a college, graduate school, law school, and seminary, has a unique challenge in presenting itself to the public — prospective students, parents, current students, alumni, and friends. The new look of TIU’s college website is the beginning of an answer to that challenge. “The website is the ‘front door’ to the college,” said Aaron Mahl, Trinity’s director of undergraduate admissions, “and I think when students and parents visit this website, they get a true feel for what it is like on campus.” Preliminary work is also underway for TEDS, which is itself a unique brand under the University umbrella. Dr. Jeanette Hsieh, co-provost and dean of Trinity College and Graduate School, responded that she is “ecstatic by the enhanced quality, information, and tone of the updated website. The marketing department led by Rachel Yantis did an outstanding job of communicating our commitment to excellence, which demands an appropriate balance between the theoretical and practical application in each area of study.” Dr. Hsieh noted that the videos, content, and outcomes clearly reflect Trinity’s focus on preparing and serving its students well, adding, “I loved hearing the voice and personal stories of students and faculty.” ABOVE: The updated undergrad homepage.

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BE: TIU—COMMITMENT TO EXCELLENCE

In the college this year, the focus is on accomplishing this mission by cultivating a community that is committed to five themes that contribute to what it means to “BE:TIU.”

BE:RELATIONAL Relationships are central to life at TIU — in the classroom, in residence halls, in Chapel, in student groups, and on the field, our faculty, staff and coaches are committed to a student’s holistic growth.

BE:GENUINE One of the most common responses when people visit our campus is how genuine people are and how welcomed they feel. We love being known as a place where people are authentic in their interactions.

BE:INTENTIONAL We believe that people who are intentional about their time, treasure, and talent honor God and other people. As a diverse community, we are seeing how God uses humble intentionality to bring people together.

BE:PASSIONATE The passion of our students manifests itself in different ways but is grounded in a common desire for God’s kingdom to be known. We are thrilled to nurture the growth of our students’ passions.

BE:KNOWN It is a core desire as people to know and to be known. It is risky to trust other people, and yet, each year we see our students make lifelong relationships with TIU friends by taking that risk.

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TRINITY INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY’S MISSION — to educate men and women to engage in God’s redemptive work in the world by cultivating academic excellence, Christian faithfulness, and lifelong learning — guides all of the strategic priorities at each of the university’s four schools: Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Trinity College, Trinity Graduate School, and Trinity Law School.

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PLANNED GIVING & THE TRINITY FUND

The Trinity Fund The Trinity Fund is the primary way to ensure that Trinity will remain affordable for the most capable and most financially needy students who are seeking a Christ-centered, academically excellent education. It is the “living endowment” of Trinity, and forms the base of our philanthropic efforts each and every year. Financial investment in students through the Trinity Fund — whether it is $1, $10, $100, $1,000, $10,000 or more — is the vehicle that allows them to study at Trinity and be formed not just by our excellent faculty in the classroom, but also through communal worship in A.T.O. Chapel, through living with one another in Trinity Hall, and by sharing a meal in the Waybright Center. In short, the Trinity Fund is an immediate investment with lifelong impact. The students influenced today will go on to teach, preach, do business, feed the hungry, and heal the sick in the name of Christ for generations to come. Last year alumni, parents, friends, and churches — with gifts ranging from $1 to $50,000 — contributed over $1.5 million to the Trinity Fund.

“It is a fact that all the schools of Trinity International University successfully engage our culture with all the major issues of our day. Our world needs Christian input, analysis, and critique at every level. Who else out there does it as well?” – PAUL WAGGONER

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“I (Connie) am an alumnus of the school and am most grateful for my years spent there. They have influenced my life up to the present day. Bob has served on the Board in years past, and our son, Robb, received his MDiv from TEDS and also served on the staff during his time there. Our deep connection to Trinity exists because we share in the value of its mission and want it to survive and flourish. We need more solid Christian schools, not fewer.” – BOB AND CONNIE (’61) HANSEN

Planned giving — bequests, life income gifts, and other types of planned gifts — enhances the lives of Trinity students for generations to come by increasing scholarship and endowment funds, developing Trinity’s centers for scholarly research, enhancing campus technology, and creating space for Trinity to become the community that we believe God has called it to be. To recognize and honor our alumni and friends, we have established the Kenneth S. Kantzer Society. Society members have endowed scholarships, helped start innovative new programs, and made possible a variety of faculty initiatives. They have supported the college, the divinity school, the graduate school, and the law school, and their membership in the Kenneth S. Kantzer Society will serve as an inspiration to all who share our vision of Trinity’s future.

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M5

$45 m

2012 2011 2010

M4

$40 m M5.3

KEY FINANCIAL INDICATORS

$35 m

2012

2011

2010

Property, Plant & Equipment

$43,519,422

$44,336,240

$43,614,007

Long Term Debt

$23,006,622

$23,055,070

$23,137,984

Endowment

$38,484,324

$21,684,290

$24,143,775

M3

$30 m M5.2

$25 m M2

$20 m M5.1

$15 m M1

$10 m M5.0

$5 m 0

$0 million

(includes board designated endowment) Property, Plant Long Term & Equipment Debt

Endowment

CONTRIBUTIONS Trinity Fund

$1,619,540

Capital

$1,088,132

STUDENT ENROLLMENT

(FALL 2012)

Undergraduate Students

Endowment

$18,325,184

Deerfield Traditional

694

Other Restricted

$11,145,841

REACH and Online

244

EXCEL

264

Quasi Endowment

$213,275

Scholarships

$934,374

Total

$33,326,346

Graduate Students TEDS Deerfield

883

TEDS Extension Sites

175

Graduate School (IL, FL)

159

Trinity Law School

236

These totals include only students who were taking one or more credit hours as of September 14, 2012. In addition to these totals, another 257 students are either auditing classes, doing research, or involved in field education. 2012

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Total Enrolled

2,912

FINANCIALS

RE VENUES GAINS, (LOSSES), & OTHER SUPPORT 2012

2011

2010

$38,187,705

$37,126,922

$35,775,328

($11,389,107)

$(10,992,732)

$(11,171,248)

Net Tuition and Fees

$26,798,598

$26,134,190

$24,604,080

Contributions

$33,326,346

$4,424,426

$4,337,273

Auxiliary

$6,482,054

$6,290,818

$6,137,689

Investment Income

($560,880)

$3,291,337

$3,343,948

$606,941

$568,658

$2,685,779

$66,716,364

$40,709,429

$41,108,769

$14,041,038

$13,214,855

$12,993,343

Academic Support

$2,845,847

$2,531,168

$2,039,903

Student Services

$7,461,001

$6,525,210

$5,899,467

Operation and Maintenance

$3,252,625

$3,272,945

$3,103,568

Institutional Support

$8,889,433

$6,855,328

$7,102,884

Fundraising

$1,474,241

$1,460,699

$1,554,938

Auxiliary

$2,052,229

$1,782,586

$1,905,578

$4,585

$12,286

$16,387

Total Expenses

$40,020,999

$35,655,077

$34,616,068

Change in Net Assets

$26,695,365

$5,054,352

$6,492,701

Tuition and Fees Less Institutional Scholarships

2012

Other Total Revenue

EXPENSES Instruction

2012

Other

before depreciation and write offs

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PRESIDENT ’S CIRCLE OF DONORS

Trinity International University gratefully acknowledges the support of the following President’s Circle donors (donors who have given $1,000 or more) during the 2011–2012 fiscal year (July 1–June 30), as well as the support of many others who continue to remain anonymous.

Anonymous (26) Thomas and Susan Abernathy Rodney and Mary Adam Omar Aleman Jimmie Alford and Maree Bullock Quinten and Rachel Alfors Clifford and Elaine Anderson Edna Anderson + John Paul and Gloria Anderson Warren and Greta Anderson Wesley and Janice Anderson Cecil Angel Mark and Virginia Ashpole David and Jennifer Ausbrook Jennifer Aycock James and Neva Babcock Daniel Baer ∩ Barry Baker Steven and Kimbra Bartz Kent and Diana Beauchamp Kenneth and Connie Bengtson Sture and Miriam Bengtson Laura Bianconi Edward and Cynthia Bingley Frederick and Janice Birkeland John and Yolanda Black Thomas and Eileen Boehne William and Lynn Bohnsack Delores Bonander William and Judy Bradish Vernelle Bristol Densil and Peggy Brown James and Irene Brown John and Carolyn Burns ▲ Peter Calabrese and Amy Ciero-Calabrese William and Nancy Calvin

+ = Bequests

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Gregory and Donna Carlson Janis Carlson Robin Carlson William and Tania Casperson Jason and Bethany Cassity Charles and Geraldine Cerling David and Angela Chally Lawrence Chan and Danchen Gao Curtis Chang ∩ Kenneth and Susan Chinn ▲ Bradley and Claire Chivington James and Lorraine Chomko Sung-Kee Chung Kenneth Clewett and Marta Vergara Perry and Nancy Cliburn Daniel and Patricia Coleman David and Barbara Coleman Earle and Virginia Combs Robert Cranston ∩ Bill and Barbara Crawford Freda Crews Robert and Cindy Cross Jay and Paige Cunningham Ashley Cushman Brian and Terrie Dahl Howard and Ann Dahl Jonathan and Sarah Dahl Philip and Laurel Dahl George and Rose Davis Guy and Susan Davis Reece Day Rick and Knowelle Decker ▲ Randy and Nancy DeDecker Daniel and Jennifer Derksen Daniel and Sara Dillon Mark and Susan Dillon

▲ = Contributions given exclusively to Trinity Law School

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Robert and Shirley Dillon John and Dorothy Dunlop ∩ Philip and Cheryl Eaton Benjamin and Catherine Edwards Dale and Sue Erickson ∩ Irving and Carolyn Erickson Robert and Edra Estabrooks Peter and Marci Etienne Emeria Ewing Eugene Falk Sharon Falkenheimer ∩ Douglas and Carol Fast Naomi Fausch + John and Patricia Feinberg Bryan and Julie Finch Billy Fouty Gregory and Kelly Franz Leslie and Gale Frazier Florea and Maria Gabor Steven and Kristine Geggie Harold and Mary Gianopulos James Gilbert Kim and Maureen Girkins Roy and Carol Gisler David Gordon Timothy and Rebecca Goss Stephen and Susan Greggo Hayne and Virginia Griffin James and Nancy Gustavson Susan Haack ∩ Walter and Donna Hamann Walter and Darlene Hansen Lloyd Hansen Daniel Hartman Graydon and Lora Hauser Howard and Donna Hawkins

∩ = Contributions given exclusively to Bioethics

Timothy and Betty Heitke Samuel and Elizabeth Hensley ∩ William and Rhoda Herda David and Joanna Hoag James and Cathy Hoffmeier Jonathan and Susan Hofland Jay and Charlotte Hollman ∩ Dale and Gayle Houg Theodore and Jeanette Hsieh Thomas and Jean Hudson Stephen and Mary Ann Hughes Kwok and Sue Hung ▲ Walter and Jackie Imes Brentley and Coral Jeffries ∩ Donald and Linda Jensen Richard and Janice Johansen Carl and Sharon Johnson Gordon Johnson Larry and Beth Johnson Nancy Johnson Paul and Laurie Johnson Stephen and Carol Johnson Nancy Jones ∩ William and Carol Jones Anthony and Sarah Julianelle Petru and Eugenia Jurcau Ardo Kalaydjian ▲ Christopher and Sophia Kall ▲ Ruth Kantzer + Miriam Kappers Michael and Kimberley Karpeles ∩ Hillis and Janet Kauffman Peter Keller Adeeb and Marcia Khalil ∩ Roger and Robin Kieffer John and Suzanne Kilner

DONORS

Peter and Deborah Kilner ∩ Paul and Joan Kingstrom Greg and Elizabeth Kowieski Michael and Lynne Krueger ∩ Dorothy Kyrk + Mark and Becky Lanier Kenneth and Barbara Larson Knute and Jeanine Larson Lowell and Gwen Larson James Lau and Shirley Tam ∩ Joseph and Carole Lehn Mei Leung + Jeffrey and Margery Lewis ▲ Young Chee Lian Robert and Janet Liljestrand ∩ Jeanne Lindquist Harlan and Carolyn Lundberg Milo and Barbara Lundell Christopher and Carolyn Mackie Thomas and Linda Macy Charles and Yvonne Maloon Paul and Alicia Mang Phillip and Lynn Martinson James and Susan Matson Michael Mayo ∩ Jeremiah McCullough-Matt Matthew and Ashley McKee Carl and Patricia McNair Timothy and Deborah Melton John and Joy Merrill Hersey Miller ∩ Robert Miller Peter Moberg David and Dorothy Morris Matthew and Sarah Morrison William Moulder

Joseph and Jill Muldoon ∩ John and Melanie Murphy Mark and Susan Neaman Edward and Elaine Nekarda Harold and Ruth Netland Charles and Ruthanne Neuhaus ∩ LaVonne Nilsen Terrence and Josephine Noetzel Daniel and Cynthia Norbeck Philip and Judy Nussbaum Beverly Nyberg Neil and Rebecca Nyberg Theodore and Darlene Olsen William and Ruth Olthoff Kenneth Oman ▲ Stuart and Gail Orr ▲ Craig and Alice Ott David Pao and Chrystal Ho Pao Lavelle Partlow Edith Pass + Larry and Marlene Pearson Mark Pent Donna Peterson Michael Peterson ▲ Eric and Karen Phelps ∩ Michael and Kimberly Picha Connie Plumstead Robert and Mary Procunier Sylvester Pues Edwin and Beverly Puzia Mignon Rademan Carl Richard Donald and Sonja Ring Walter and Jane Roberts Jim and Patty Rodine Herman and Marjorie Rohlfs

Sigfred and Marie Rommen Kenneth and Dora Rose Frederick and Patricia Rudy Bruce and Faith Rulapaugh ∩ Alan and Patty Ruud Vincent Ryding + John and Nancy Sampson ∩ Scott Samuelson ∩ Perry and Kathleen Santos ∩ Mark and Catherine Schneider ▲ David and Susan Schoenholz Jordan Schoffstall Ryan and Jacqueline Schott Mark and Ruth Senter Alice Sheldon Phyllis Skolek David and Linda Smith ∩ Jack and Sharon Snader Richard and Jean Soderberg Richard and Sandy Southworth Matthew Spejcher and Irene Strom Spejcher Roger Spoelman Merlyn and Caroline Stadler Jeffrey and Joyce Stearn Shane Steiner ∩ Daniel and Marian Stoleson Douglas and Susan Stover Priscilla Strom Paul and Linda Sun Craig and Susan Swanson John and Janice Swanson Todd and Kristin Swanson Douglas and Wilma Sweeney Mark and Janet Sweeney James Tahmisian

Tracy and Suzanne Thieret Donald and Mary Thoes Robert and Lisa Thompson James Thomson ∩ Charles and Joanne Thor Tite and Marie Tienou Marilyn Tiensuu Christine and Brian Toevs ∩ Harold and Barb Tonnesen David and Kathy Tooley Dorothy Trantham Charles Upcraft ∩ Luann Van Campen ∩ Henry and Ruth VanDixhorn Warren Verploeg Richard and Kathleen Voet ∩ Kathryn Walker-Eich ∩ Ted and Margaret Ward Adam and Michele Warner William and Kenna Washington Ronald and Lynette Webb Lawrence and Christina Wee Paul and Marianne Wheeler Cedric and Ruth White Craig and Carolyn Williford Joshua and Rachael Williford Kinfun and Ruth Wong John and Sue Woodbridge Paul and Karen Wrobbel Bernard and Marilyn Wynstra Harold and Vivian Youngberg Lawson and Patti Younger Richard and Elizabeth Zimmerman ∩

To view the entire honor roll of Trinity donors, go to bit.ly/UgYwvi.

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BIOENGAGEMENT PAR TNERS

Donors who have contributed $1,000 or more to bioethics at Trinity, the Masters in Bioethics degree program, or The Center for Bioethics & Human Dignity

Daniel Baer Vernelle Bristol Curtis Chang Robert Cranston Freda Crews Jay and Paige Cunningham John and Dorothy Dunlop Dale and Sue Erickson Sharon Falkenheimer Harold and Mary Gianopulos Susan Haack

Samuel and Elizabeth Hensley Jay and Charlotte Hollman Theodore and Jeanette Hsieh Brentley and Coral Jeffries Nancy Jones Michael and Kimberley Karpeles Peter Keller Adeeb and Marcia Khalil John and Suzanne Kilner Peter and Deborah Kilner Michael and Lynne Krueger

James Lau and Shirley Tam Robert and Janet Liljestrand Michael Mayo Hersey Miller Joseph and Jill Muldoon Charles and Ruthanne Neuhaus Eric and Karen Phelps Bruce and Faith Rulapaugh John and Nancy Sampson Scott Samuelson Perry and Kathleen Santos

David and Linda Smith Shane Steiner Priscilla Strom James Thomson Christine and Brian Toevs Charles Upcraft Luann Van Campen Richard and Kathleen Voet Kathryn Walker-Eich Richard and Elizabeth Zimmerman

KANTZER SOCIE T Y MEMBERS

Donors who have made a planned gift to Trinity

Quinten and Rachel Alfors Warren and Greta Anderson Wesley and Janice Anderson Michael and Jan Andrus Marion Balster Kent and Diana Beauchamp Roy and Barbara Bebee Frederick and Janice Birkeland Donald Blaser Delores Bonander Linda and John Brink Ridgeway and RobAnne Burns Dennis and Annabelle Carlson Anne Carroll John and Bonnie Cassidy Rosemary Cavallari Neil and Virginia Clements David and Barbara Coleman Robert and Marietta Coleman Thomas Colligan Stanley and Joyce Conrad Bill and Barbara Crawford Guy and Susan Davis Reece Day Phyllis Dean John and Dorothy Dunlop Richard Easton Glen and Ruth Ekberg

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Wesley and Carol Engstrom Gary and Marilyn Erlandson Robert and Edra Estabrooks Violet Farb Morris and Beverly Faugerstrom Harold Fjelstad Dorothy Forman Billy Fouty June Gustafson Robert and Mildred Gustafson Gary and Susan Hamburger Alfred and Anne Hansen Lloyd Hansen Robert and Jeanette Hansen Fulton and Emily Harrigill Reinhold Hauser Howard and Donna Hawkins Allan and Bernice Hedberg William and Rhoda Herda Richard and Darlyn Hugendubler Howard and Nancy Hulme Maxine Jacobson Donald and Linda Jensen Roy and Susan Johannessen Lois Johns Alma Kelley John and Suzanne Kilner Hae-Won Kim

Paul Kingstrom Aletha Kosche William and Susan Kynes Myrtle Lamond Otto and Grace Lamsfuss Lowell and Gwen Larson George and Frances Frances Lewis Walter and Olive Liefeld Stanley Lindquist Marcia Lotridge Kathryn Lund Milo and Barbara Lundell David and Shirley Maltby Lois and Ross McKinney Douglas Leona Meerdink Kenneth and Carol Meyer Earl Miller Sharon Moe Barbara Moody Carl and Mary Nelson Roy and Eldora Nelson William and Diana Noller Gertrude Noomen Lorraine Norman Melvin and Bonnie Olberg Clarion and Susan Olsen Theodore and Darlene Olsen Dorothy Oman

Ina Parlee Larry and Marlene Pearson Oscar Peters James and Jennifer Petersen Xandra Pitsch Lloyd and Thedora Plowman Glenn and Margaret Rehnberg Paul and Nancy Renovitch Susan Rhoda Donald and Sonja Ring Thomas and Marie Robson Antonette Rynders Dan Schnarsky Melvin and Karen Sich Daniel and Marian Stoleson Alba Suri Turner and Doris Tallaksen Arne and Karen Teigland I. J. and Eulea Tharp Robert and Norma Thorne Warren Verploeg Yvonne Vinkemulder Kenneth and Carolyn Walker Darrel and Verla Whitaker Cedric and Ruth White Mary Wilmarth Harold and Vivian Youngberg

DONORS

DONOR CHURCHES

{who have given $1,000 or more}

Albion EFC, Cokato, MN Arthur EFC, Arthur, IA Bethel Community Church, Chicago, IL Bethel EFC, North Platte, NE Bible EFC, Tomah, WI Blackhawk Church, Middleton, WI Bridges Community Church, Fremont, CA Brooklyn Park EFC, Brooklyn Park, MN Calvary Bible Church, Bourbonnais, IL Calvary Bible EFC, Boulder, CO Calvary EFC, Trumbull, CT Calvary EFC, Essex Fells, NJ Carney Evangelical Free Church, Carney, MI Cheyenne EFC, Cheyenne, WY Chico EFC, Chico, CA Chinese EFC, Monterey Park, CA Chippewa EFC, Beaver Falls, PA Christ Community EFC, Ashland, OH Clear Lake EFC, Clear Lake, IA Concord EFC, Concord, NE Constance EFC, Andover, MN Cornerstone Church of Yuba City, Yuba City, CA Cornerstone EFC, Annandale, VA Cornerstone EFC, Glenview, IL Dix Hills EFC, Dix Hills, NY Door Creek Church, Madison, WI EFC of Canon City, Canon City, CO EFC of Crystal Lake, Crystal Lake, IL EFC of Grand Island, Grand Island, NE EFC of Libertyville, Libertyville, IL EFC of Mount Morris, Mount Morris, IL

EFC of Mount Shasta, Mount Shasta, CA EFC of Sheboygan, Sheboygan, WI EFC of Sycamore-DeKalb, DeKalb, IL EFC of Watertown, Watertown, MN Elgin EFC, Elgin, IL Elmwood Park Bible Church, Elmwood Park, IL Evangelical Free Church, Albert City, IA Evangelical Free Church, Gothenburg, NE Evangelical Free Church, Wauconda, IL Faith EFC, Spirit Lake, IA Faith EFC, Fort Collins, CO Faith EFC, Grand Forks, ND Faith Missionary Church, Indianapolis, IN First EFC, Wichita, KS First EFC, Boone, IA First EFC, Austin, TX First EFC, Las Cruces, NM First EFC, Moline, IL First EFC, Minneapolis, MN First EFC, Chicago, IL First EFC, Ames, IA First EFC, Maplewood, MN First EFC, Sioux Falls, SD First EFC, McKeesport, PA First EFC, Colorado Springs, CO First EFC, Fort Dodge, IA First EFC of Maine, Westbrook, ME First EFC of St. Louis County, Manchester, MO First EFC, Rockford, IL Global Mission Church, Kyung Ki Do,

SOUTH KOREA Grace Bible Church, Elmhurst, IL Grace Bible Church, Arroyo Grande, CA Grace Community EFC, Lima, OH Grace EFC, Elbow Lake, MN Highland Community Church, Wausau, WI Hillcrest EFC, Seward, NE Hillside EFC, San Jose, CA Holcomb EFC, Holdrege, NE Homewood EFC, Moline, IL Hope EFC, Roscoe, IL Hope Fellowship Church, Wilsonville, OR Kenosha Bible Church, Kenosha, WI Kerkhoven EFC, Kerkhoven, MN Keystone EFC, Paradise, PA Lakes Free Church, Lindstrom, MN Lamson EFC, Dassel, MN Liberty Bible Church, Chesterton, IN Living Grace Community Church, Cary, IL Maranatha EFC, Rice Lake, WI Maywood EFC, Rockford, IL Meriden EFC, Meriden, IA Milaca EFC, Milaca, MN Montgomery EFC, Belle Mead, NJ Mountain Life EFC, Park City, UT Mulford EFC, Muscatine, IA North Suburban EFC, Deerfield, IL NorthCreek Church, Walnut Creek, CA Oakdale EFC, Meriden, IA Olivet EFC, Spring Lake, MI Onnuri Church, Seoul, SOUTH KOREA

Osco Community Church, Osco, IL Park Hills EFC, Freeport, IL Parkview Church, Iowa City, IA Pleasant Valley EFC, Winona, MN Redeemer EFC, Milwaukee, WI Richvale EFC, Richvale, CA Salem EFC, Staten Island, NY Salem EFC, Fargo, ND Sandstone EFC, Sandstone, MN Skandia EFC, Balaton, MN Summit EFC, Alta, IA Taft Avenue Community Church, Orange, CA Terrace Shores EFC, Markesan, WI The Chapel EFC, Saint Joseph, MI The Orchard Evangelical Free Chu, Arlington Heights, IL Trinity EFC, Holdrege, NE Valley Church, West Des Moines, IA Valley EFC, Vacaville, CA Village Church of Barrington, Barrington, IL Village Church of Lincolnshire, Lake Forest, IL Waushara Community Church, Wautoma, WI Westfield EFC, Westfield, MA Wethersfield EFC, Wethersfield, CT Windom EFC, Windom, MN Woodlands Church, Plover, WI Yullin Church, Gyeonggi-Do, SOUTH KOREA

PAR TICIPANTS IN THE CHURCH MATCH GRANT PROGRAM Agape Korean Baptist Church, Chicago, IL All Nations Church, Si-heung, Gyeonggi-do Alliance Fellowship Church, Hoffman Estates, IL

Antioch Bible Church, Wheeling, IL Antioch Korean Baptist Church, Park Ridge, IL Atlanta Chinese Christian Church, Tucker, GA Balguenbit Church, Republic of Korea

Baptist Church of Santa Ana, Santa Ana, CA Batesville Christian Church, Batesville, IN Bethany Baptist Church, Harwood Heights, IL

Bethany Baptist Church, Moline, IL Bethel Community Church, Chicago, IL Broadwell Christian Church, Broadwell, IL Brooklyn Park Evangelical Free Church, Brooklyn Park, MN

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Buk-Mum Church, Jeanju-City, JeanBuk Calvary Community Church, Williams Bay, WI Calvary English Chapel, Wheeling, IL Canaan Presbyterian Church, Glenview, IL Carney Evangelical Free Church, Carney, MI Chicago Covenant Presbyterian Church, Glenview, IL Chicago Woori Church, Schaumburg, IL Chinese Christian Union Church North, Highland Park, IL Christ Church Lake Forest, Lake Forest, IL Christ Church, East Greenwich, RI Christ Church, New Ringgold, PA Christ Community Church, Leawood, KS Christian Hills Full Gospel Church, Orland Hills, IL Church of Saeng Myung Soo, Lawrenceville, GA Cincinnati Chinese Church, Cincinnati, OH Classis of Wisconsin, Oostburg, WI Community Christian Church, Lincolnshire, IL Community Fellowship Church, Lawrenceburg, IN Cornerstone Evangelical Community Church, Palatine, IL Cornerstone Evangelical Free Church, Casper, WY Crete Reformed Church, Crete, IL Crossway Community Church, Bristol, WI Crown of Love EFC, Palatine, IL Danbury Chinese Alliance Church, Danbury, CT Darlington Christian Church, Darlington, IN Daystar Christian Fellowship, South Beloit, IL Diaspora Church, Palatine, IL Eastside Community Church, Jacksonville, FL Eastside Evangelical Lutheran Church, Madison, WI ECWA, Plateau, NGR Edgebrook EFC, Chicago, IL E-Free Toulouse, Toulouse, France Elmwood Presbyterian Church, Lisburn, N. Ireland Emmanuel Baptist Church, Mt. Vernon, WA Emmanuel Bible Church, Berwyn, IL Evangelical Free Church of America,

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Minneapolis, MN Evangelical Free Church of Wauconda, Wauconda, IL Evangelical Free Church of Windom, Windom, MN Evangelical Free Church, Wisconsin Rapids, WI Evangelical Korean Open Door Gemeinde, Hamburg, Germany Evanston Bible Fellowship, Evanston, IL Evergreen Presbyterian Church, Wheeling, IL Faith Community Church, Tucson, AZ Faith Evangelical Free Church, Manitowoc, WI Faith Tabernacle Church, Lockport, NY Faithbridge United Methodist Church, Spring, TX Fellowship Bible Church, Springdale, AR Fellowship of Faith Lutheran Church, McHenry, IL First Baptist Church Augusta, Augusta, KS First Baptist Church of Bolingbrook, Bolingbrook, IL First Baptist Church of Midland Foundation, Midland, TX First Baptist Church of Rochester, Rochester, MI First Presbyterian Church, Santa Mateo, CA Full Gospel Chicago Church, Chicago, IL Full Gospel Las Vegas Church, Las Vegas, NV Full Gospel New York Church, Flushing, NY Gilgal Pentecostal Assembly, Elk Grove Village, IL Global Mission Church, Gyeong-gi do, Republic of Korea Gloria Dei Presbyterian Church, Mt. Prospect, IL Good Shepherd Lutheran Church of Naperville, Naperville, IL Gospel Fellowship Church, Wheaton, IL Gospel Presbyterian Church, Schaumburg, IL Grace and Truth Presbyterian Church, Indian Creek, IL Grace Bible Church, Arroyo Grande, CA Grace Bible Church, Columbia, MO Grace Church Dulwich, Dulwich, London UNITED KINGDOM Grace Church of DuPage, Warrenville, IL Grace Community Church, Richland Center, WI Grace Point, Newtown, PA

Grace Presbyterian Church, Wheeling, IL Grandview Christian Assembly, Columbus, OH Hahna Korean Presbyterian Church, Des Plaines, IL Hanme Church, Seoul, South Korea Hanmee English Ministry, Itasca, IL Hanover Fellowship Church, Hanover, PA Harvard Avenue Evangelical Free Church, Villa Park, IL Hebron Presbyterian Church, Prospect Heights, IL Hephzibah Evangelistic Centre, Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong Heritage International Christian Church, Chicago, IL Heritage International Fellowship, Anaheim, CA Hillside Chapel, Dayton, OH Hingham Reformed Church, Hingham, WI Holman Street Baptist Church, Houston, TX Holy Trinity Church Old Hill, Cradley Heath, England Hope Evangelical Free Church, West Salem, WI Hosanna Assembly of God, Aurora, IL Hwagokdong Presbyterian Church, KaySeoGu, Seoul, Korea Iglesia Presbiteriana, Buenos Aires, Cap. Fed. Argentina Immanuel Baptist Church, Kenosha, WI Immanuel Presbyterian Church, Mundelein, IL Island Evangelical Community Church, Quarrybay, Hong Kong Jesurun Presbyterian Church, Arlington Heights, IL Jesus Family Church, Seoul, South Korea Knoxville Chinese Christian Church, Knoxville, TN Korean Baptist Church of Schaumburg, Schaumburg, IL Korean Philippi Presbyterian Church, Des Plaines, IL Korean Presbyterian Church of Newport News, Newport News, VA Korean United Methodist Church, Des Moines, IA Lake Drive Baptist Church, Bayside, WI Lakes Free Church, Lindstrom, MN Lakeside Church of Chicago, Skokie, IL Lakeview Covenant Church, Northbrook, IL Lakeview Korean Presbyterian Church, Niles, IL

Liberty Chapel, Waynetown, IN Life to the World, Cary, IL Living Grace Community Church, Cary, IL Living Hope EFC, Neillsville, WI Living Light Christian Church, Kenosha, WI Living Stone Alliance Church, Appleton, WI Living Water Alliance Church, Warrenville, IL Living Word Church, Crown Point, IN Logos Baptist Ministries, Niles, IL Memorial Baptist Church, Middlebury, VT Milal Church, Toronto, ON, Canada Missio Dei Fellowship, Kenosha, WI Mulford Evangelical Free Church, Muscatine, IA My Father’s House of Prayer, Morris, IL N. Smirni Free Evangelical Church, Athens, Greece New Hope Community Church, Palatine, IL New Life Church, Palatine, IL North Shore Assembly of God, Skokie, IL North Shore Chinese Christian Church, Deerfield, IL North Suburban Evangelical Free Church, Deerfield, IL Northwest Christian Community Church, Mundelein, IL Oak Valley Church, Yucaipa, CA Olivet Evangelical Free Church, Spring Lake, MI Onnuri Church of West Chicago, Naperville, IL Oxford Bible Fellowship, Oxford, OH Philadelphia Church of Chicago, Skokie, IL Pine Ridge Bible Church, Quincy, MI Reaching Indians Ministries, Intl, Lindenhurst, IL Renewed Hope M.B. Church, Maywood, IL Rockpoint Church, Lake Elmo, MN Rosemont Alliance Church, Lincoln, NE Rutgers Community Christian Church, Somerset, NJ Salem Evangelical Free Church, Fargo, ND Saratoga Federated Church, Saratoga, CA SEED USA, Santa Fe Spring, CA Seokwang Church, Seongnam-si, South Korea Seventh Day Baptist, Janesville, WI Shanghai Heping Church, Shanghai,

DONORS

CHINA Sharptown United Methodist Church, Pilesgrove, NJ Shiloh Baptist Church, Chicago, IL Shinjeonju Church, Jeonju, Jeolabukdo South Hills Bible Chapel, McMurray, PA South Park Church, Park Ridge, IL Sovereign Grace Bible Church, Redondo Beach, CA Spring Lake Wesleyan Church, Spring Lake, MI St. Mark Lutheran Church (Foundation), Mount Prospect, IL

Sugar Land Baptist Church, Sugar Land, TX Suyuri Church, Seoul, South Korea The Compass Church, Naperville, IL The First Evangelical Free Church, Saint Paul, MN The Orchard Evangelical Free Church, Arlington Heights, IL The Salvation Army, Milwaukee, IL The Salvation Army-Dodge City, Dodge City, KS Time of Grace Ministry, Milwaukee, WI Tolstoy Wesleyan Church, Onaka, SD

Trinity Baptist Church, Holtville, CA Trinity Baptist Church, Walla Walla, WA Trinity Church of the Nazarene, Charlotte, NC Trinity Community Church, Libertyville, IL Trinity Lutheran Church, Lisle, IL Trinity Presbyterian Church, LaGrange, IL True Vine Christian Church/La Vina Del Senor, Miami, FL Ulsan Church, Grand Rapids, MI Warren Park Presbyterian Church,

Cicero, IL Waynesville First Baptist Church, Waynesville, NC Westmark Evangelical Free Church, Loomis, NE Woodlands Church, Plover, WI Yamato Calvary Chapel, Kanagawa-Ken Yang Sung Church, Kyeonggi-Do, South Korea Youngnak Presbyterian Church, Seoul, South Korea

Larson Foundation MAC Foundation Schoenholz Foundation

The Kern Family Foundation The Leep Foundation

FOUNDATIONS

{that have given $1,000 or more}

Alfors Family Foundation Benjamin Y.S. Yeh Foundation Brown Family Foundation

Deloitte Foundation ∞ Earle & Virginia Combs Foundation Johnson Rockford Foundation

CORPORATIONS & ORGANIZATIONS

{that have given $1,000 or more}

Advocate Christ Medical Center ∩ Baxter International Foundation ∞ Bemis Company Foundation ∞ Board of Higher Education Chicago Office Technology Group Christian Legal Aid ▲ Delta Air Lines Foundation ∞ DLM Holdings Inc.

∞ = Matching contributions

Educational Assistance Ltd. EFCA Eli Lilly & Company Foundation ∞ ExxonMobil Foundation ∞ Family Pride Laundries Fellowship Homes Inc. ▲ Fieldstead & Company ▲ General Mills Foundation ∞

▲ = Contributions given exclusively to Trinity Law School

IBM Corporation ∞ Ingersoll Rand Charitable Foundation ∞ Kellogg Company ∞ Law Offices of Steve Meline ▲ Lowe Family Trust Micah 68 LLC Moberg’s Automotive Repair Inc. Park Tool Company

Pfizer Foundation ∞ Scriptex Inc. Swift Charitable Trust The Abbott Laboratories Fund ∞ The Crowell Trust University of Notre Dame Wells Fargo Foundation ∞ Xerox Foundation ∞

∩ = Contributions given exclusively to Bioethics

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2011–2012 Annual Report