Trinity Christian College physical education students teach others
March 14, 2013 3:44PM
Trinity Christian College senior Rick Tilquist, of New Lenox, teaches students from Restoration Ministries' after-school program in Harvey about how fun exercise can be. | Supplied photo
Updated: April 25, 2013 6:02AM
Students in Trinity Christian College’s physical education program recently worked with children at Restoration Ministries in Harvey, leading fitness activities and games in the after-school program.
The activities were one option for the Trinity students’ required service-learning experience.
Other students served at Roseland Christian Ministries earlier in the semester.
Senior Bill Miller, of Chicago, said he was impressed with the children’s enthusiasm for his fitness station.
“I really enjoyed working with them,” Miller said. “They had a lot of energy and it reminded me of my youth.
“They also were ready to listen to the instructors at any time, and that made it fun to do.”
Information on the physical education program at Trinity: trnty.edu/academics/physicaleducation/physed.html.
Trinity Christian College is a community of Christian scholarship committed to shaping lives and transforming culture.
The college, located in Palos Heights, has been educating Christian leaders in the liberal arts for more than 50 years.