ALUMNI Johannes Neudeck (ThM ’88) began missionary and social welfare work in the Western Balkans, focusing on Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina. He will be working with refugees, supporting a Christian high school and kids and teen camps. Neudeck will also be involved in missionary work with full-time employees in training and seminars, short-term assignments, and youth meetings in cooperation with theological seminaries. Projects in the health sector and care of elderly people and Croatian Evangelical Alliance are planned as well. Neudeck is married to Katharina and they have three children.
Updates from the Trinity family
80s Stacey Douglas (MDiv ’88) joined the Museum of the Bible in January 2014 as a writer/ editor, and is currently the head of its Research, Editorial, and Publications department. Douglas and his wife Janet live in Oklahoma City with their golden retrievers, Pike and Punkin. Allen Ferry (DMin ’89) and Gregory Masiello, with whom Ferry served during “Operation Iraqi Freedom,” recently coauthored a self-published book, Threads of Family, Faith and Flag: Woven into the Fabric of American Patriotism. They write from the personal experiences that shaped their lives during their military service. Ferry also recently self-published a devotional book taken from Proverbs called Wisdom for Warriors. Larry Harwood (MA ’84) has published a book, Tumults in Thinking: A Basic History of Western Philosophy from PreSocratics to Postmodernists (Kendall Hunt Pub.). The book attempts to broadly organize the depths and tumults of philosophy into a manageable form.
90s David J. Lynden (MAR ’98) recently published a book, Fluid with God—Overcoming our Spiritual Autism and Growing in our Relationship with God (WestBow Press). Lynden is currently serving as senior pastor at Redeemer Evangelical Free Church in Milwaukee, where they have a wellestablished monthly respite care ministry for families with special needs children among a number of other ministries. Mark Stevenson (MDiv ’98) recently authored The Doctrines of Grace in an Unexpected Place: Calvinistic Soteriology in Nineteenth-Century Brethren Thought (Pickwick). Stevenson is professor of Bible and theology at Emmaus Bible College in Dubuque, Iowa. He earned his PhD in theology from the University of Wales.
00s Joseph Basile (BA ’00) hosted an Easter special on the HISTORY channel. Along with Oxford University geneticist George Busby, Basile searched for Jesus’ DNA using the latest advances in DNA technology. The Jesus Strand: A Search for DNA can be found on Amazon. J. Grace Eves (BA ’02) has recently published two books: Inner Peace and Below-Zero Nursing (WestBow Press). Eves has been a registered nurse for more than 30 years. After Trinity, she went on to receive a Masters of Management and a Doctor of Nursing Practice.