Archive for January, 2014

‘A Safe Place’: MU Counselors Create an Environment for Healing

At Multnomah, we take a holistic approach to caring for our community. That’s why we offer each student access to free, professional counseling on our campus. Lisa Wold, Assistant Director of MU's Counseling Center, has watched hundreds of students walk across the podium to receive their diplomas. But the men and women she's counseled stand out the most. “When I see them graduate, and I know what it took them to get there, it feels incredibly rewarding to be a small part of their journey,” she says. Read the rest of this entry »

Chapel Series Tackles Sex, Lies and Recovery

Blake Williams, Multnomah alumnus and Executive Director of Pure Life Alliance, invites you to next week's chapel series.

I can still hear Dr. Pamela Reeve’s words: “You have a serious issue. You’ll need to stay out of ministry for at least a year.” These were not the words I wanted to hear when I was four months from graduating from Multnomah Biblical Seminary with my MDiv. I had been grappling with sexual sin for almost two decades, and I had just confessed it all to Dr. Reeve. Now, more than 14 years later, God has turned my story into one of sexual redemption and hope. Read the rest of this entry »

Dead Sea Scrolls Expert Speaks at MU

Dr. Robert Duke, noted Dead Sea Scrolls scholar, spoke before a crowd of students, alumni and faculty on Wednesday, January 15, on the Multnomah University campus. Duke, who graduated from MU in 1996, credits Multnomah with sparking the passion for biblical languages that led him to a career focused on analyzing ancient texts."Multnomah is a very special place to me," he said. "It was my springboard."
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Listen to Dead Sea Scrolls Expert Via Live Stream

Dr. Robert Duke, who graduated from Multnomah in 1996, will present his research on the Dead Sea Scrolls at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, January 15. Michelle Peel-Underwood, director of Alumni Relations, provides details below.
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‘We’re here for you’: MU Faculty Welcomes New Students

'We're getting to know one another'

MU's four-day student orientation was a flurry of activity. Newcomers eagerly greeted fellow classmates, toured campus and explored Portland under the guidance of some seasoned MU students. But one aspect that truly stood out was the time spent with MU's faculty. Our university has several differentiators, but its emphasis on solid student-professor connections is one of its strongest. Read the rest of this entry »

A God of Surprises: How the Lord Reminds Us of His Holiness

Dr. Roy Andrews, Academic Dean of MU's seminary, shares how being taken off guard broke him out of a relational rut with His Creator.

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