Student Profiles

Hello there! I’m Tsjibbe (“Chibba”) deJong. This is my wife, Kara, and our children, Zoe and Isaac. The four years of seminary have passed quickly, but as we stand on the verge of whatever paths our good Father has set for our feet, we look forward eagerly, being sure that his ways are good and his paths, though sometimes difficult, are paths well worth taking.

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G’day! My name is Rodney den Boer. As I reflect on four years of CRTS training, it stands out that God has been exceedingly good to me. I’m grateful and excited (though a little nervous) to see where his good hand will lead me forward!

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Hello everyone! My name is Dathan Pleiter, and this is my lovely wife and friend, Katrina (nee Wanders). I am a fourth-year seminary student at the Canadian Reformed Theological Seminary. As my student life comes to a close, we are both very excited to see where God leads us on this next leg of the journey.

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Greetings! I'm Tim, and this is my wife Emma together with our children Arielle (5), Judah (3) and Caius (1). Four years ago, we traded the Manitoban plains for Hamilton mountains, and it's been a wonderful journey! God has blessed our time at CRTS, and we look forward to seeing where - and how - He will have us serve Him next.

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Hi! I’m Anson van Delden and this is my wife and best friend, Rachel, and our two children, Kaya (9) and Joash (7).

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Hello! I’m Bryan Vanderhorst and this is my wonderful wife Paige (nee Van Delft) and our children, Zoe (5) and Jesse (3). We are thankful to our God and Father for leading our lives to where we are today, and are eager to see how he will use our gifts for his service in the future.

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Graduate Profiles

My name is Chauncey (“Shaun”) Knegt, and I graduated from the M.Div. program at CRTS in 2019. In June of 2019 I underwent an ecclesiastical examination and was declared a Candidate for the Ministry of the Word.

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