Five years ago, over 100, 000 people showed up to hear the Good News at the Luis Palau ('61) Festival. That weekend, more than 20,000 volunteers from different churches, schools, government organizations and businesses put hands and feet to the gospel message by engaging the physical needs of people in the City of Portland. Read the rest of this entry »
How does Multnomah measure its success in changing the hearts and lives of people? One way we measure success is through hearing your stories and how God is at work in you.
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If you have been keeping in step with the happenings here on campus, you know that we have just celebrated our 75th Anniversary Homecoming 2012. It was a great success full of excitement and remembrance of God's work through Multnomah and it's Alumni. If you did not get a chance to participate in the Homecoming festivities (or if you want to relive the excitement) please enjoy this slideshow recap.
Ambassador Choir Sings Christmas Carols
As I watched choir members sing Christmas Carols in chapel – their postures at attention, eyes trained on Professor Stan Campbell – and felt the concentration of each singer, I was taken back to my own choir days as a student here at Multnomah. I enjoyed remembering the friends I made while singing, touring, and falling asleep on the bus as we traveled from church to church. Despite being a group of very diverse peoples, there was a special kinship we all felt in using the musical giftings that God gave us to bring encouragement to men and women along the West coast.
"I came across a quote the other day that said, 'We had the experience, but we missed the meaning'. Today I want to share with you the most difficult experience I have ever had. But I want to share with you the meaning... God has a way of turning tragedy into victory. Our story is a story of loss and of pain, but also a story of great gain."
“She is clothed with strength and dignity; she can laugh at the days to come. She speaks with wisdom, and faithful instruction is on her tongue.” Prov. 31:25-26
This year's Alumnus of the Year award 2011 recipient, was presented to alumna Joyce Kehoe, who is by known to those who love her best as a woman of supreme character. Read the rest of this entry »
Categories: Alumni, General, Programs, Seminary
Degrees Affirm Core Values
Dr. Daniel R. Lockwood, president of Multnomah University, continues his series "Conversations with Dr. Dan." In this spring 2011 video, he briefly discusses the core value of scriptural centrality and how it applies to all programs at Multnomah. He especially focuses on the upgraded English major and the new Seminary MATS degree. Read the rest of this entry »