on faculty since 2000
M.S.N., Governor’s State University, University Park, Illinois, 1990
B.S., Trinity Christian College, Palos Heights, Illinois, 1986
After working as a registered nurse for more than a dozen years, Lorinda Lindemulder decided it was time to enter the classroom.
“I teach at Trinity Christian College because I feel in my heart that this is where God has called me to serve him. My main goal at Trinity is to share my passion for Christian nursing and to explore with students what it means to care for patients holistically.”
Lindemulder joined Trinity in 2000 after earning a master’s degree in nursing at Governor’s State University in University Park, Illinois. She had previously worked at MacNeal Hospital in Berwyn, Illinois, and Christ Hospital in Oak Lawn, Illinois. Her focus at Trinity is on adult health nursing.
“In the classroom I view students as unique individuals created in the image of God. I recognize that each student has a different learning style and has special gifts that can be shared with the group. In light of this, I utilize a variety of teaching styles to meet the needs of the learner and encourage each student to participate in classroom discussion.”
Lindemulder says she is most satisfied when working with students on an individual basis to discuss their individual perspectives, personal faith, life issues, and nursing experiences.
Away from the College, she enjoys reading, running, and spending time with her husband and three children. The Lindemulders live in Green Garden, Illinois, and attend Christ Community Church in Peotone, Illinois.