Impact Stories

During the COVID-19 pandemic, as in other times of crisis in Tyndale’s 125-year history, alumni have been called to be hands and feet in many different ways.

Hope-focused work – a balm in anxious times

Genevieve Alao

With everyone facing heightened levels of anxiety, severe economic stress, socio-political upheaval and racially motivated violence in the context of the pandemic, Genevieve Alao (MDiv 2018) has her hands full. Read moreabout Genevieve Alao ...

Man on a mission in Toronto’s poorest neighbourhoods

Julius Naredo

Urban missionary Julius Naredo (BRE 2009) serves as the hands and feet of Jesus, and his heart for the most vulnerable has never been more visible than it is right now. Read moreabout Julius Naredo ...

Calling 911: Behind the scenes of a pandemic

Rouben Manukian

Before COVID-19 hit, Rouben Manukian (BA 2020) never could have imagined how his Tyndale co-op jobs would prepare him for service in a critical area of pandemic response. Read moreabout Rouben Manukian ...

Serving the most vulnerable through a Christ-centred lens

Joshua Valley

Joshua Valley (MDiv 2015) began to discover God’s calling midway through his degree at Tyndale. Read moreabout Joshua Valley ...