When Paul Pastor was 17, he wasn’t sure where life would take him. Now he’s an associate editor for Christianity Today, and he says Multnomah University gave him a strong foundation for a rewarding career.
Multnomah used to be the last place Anne Partridge wanted to attend. A visit to campus changed her mind entirely. Now months from graduating, she knows there's nowhere else she'd rather be.
With a bachelor’s degree and limited ministry experience, Ben Tertin knew he needed more training. He went on to earn two degrees at Multnomah Biblical Seminary, deepening his faith and opening the door to a promising future.
Frank Ocampo's goal is to open a community center for at-risk youth in his hometown of London, England. MU's Master of Arts in Counseling program is preparing him with rigorous classes and hands-on experience to fulfill his dreams.
Diane Moore says Multnomah’s Master of Arts in Counseling program laid the groundwork for a successful private practice. It also inspired her to create an environment for healing based on the truth and the power of God’s Word.
After years as a successful entrepreneur, Mitch Priestley decided to turn his attention back to school. His experience in Multnomah’s Adult Degree Completion Program helped him chart a new course and develop as a Christian leader.
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