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Dr. Dan’s Video – 75th Anniversary and New Missions Statement

Dr. Dan’s Video – 75th Anniversary and New Missions Statement

Quotes From The Video

This fall, we will inaugurate on our campus a series of events to celebrate our Diamond Anniversary – seventy-five years of training students to serve their church, community, and world!

Strengthened Mission Statement
In the last several months, we have updated our university mission statement. Read the rest of this entry »

2010 Annual Report Teaser

1 Comment » Written on January 4th, 2011 by
Categories: Alumni, Dr. Lockwood, General, Students
2010 Annual Report Teaser

Later this month, we will release the full edition of the 2010 President's Annual Report. It is full of information that shows what Multnomah does in a different light. It is Dr. Lockwood's 10th edition. Below is a sampling from his opening article.

Vision in a Season of Transition

The Jigsaw Puzzle

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Save On Taxes, Help Students, In 5 minutes

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Categories: Alumni, Dr. Lockwood, General, Pray For MU, Students

 

As 2010 draws to an end, I am writing to you about Multnomah's vision for the future and how you can support our students.

Vision

Vision is a word we've been using a lot lately at Multnomah. As we look back on this past year we can't help but reflect upon our new vision "to become a biblical university of global influence that dynamically shapes Christian students into ambassadors of Jesus Christ, saturated in Scripture and ready to serve." Read the rest of this entry »

President’s 2010 Christmas Letter

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Categories: Alumni, Dr. Lockwood, General, Pray For MU

As you read this letter, Jani and I will have pulled out boxes of Christmas decorations from their attic home, launching a multi-day process of “decking the halls” for Advent.  We love this annual ritual even though it takes energy, creativity, patience, and more than a few cups of rich, foamy eggnog!

Nativity Scenes

I especially look forward to unpacking our two nativity scenes.  One is a delicate wooden crèche, with tiny figures shaped on a lathe, which we acquired when traveling through “Luther Country” in Germany.  The other is from France, and contains a dozen figurines called “santons.”   Read the rest of this entry »

Is Gov’t Opening Door To Christian College Discrimination?

Comments Off Written on December 8th, 2010 by
Categories: Dr. Lockwood, General, Media, Pray For MU

Recently, Multnomah President Dr. Daniel Lockwood was on The Georgene Rice Show to discuss a major piece of rule-making on the part of the federal government that threatens to create a layer of governmental oversight of private institutions that also opens the door for various forms of discrimination against institutions who have a faith-based mission.

During the interview, this article from Christianity Today was referenced. Read the rest of this entry »

Conversations with Dr. Dan – Christmas And A Year In Review

Comments Off Written on November 30th, 2010 by
Categories: Alumni, Dr. Lockwood, General, Pray For MU

Dr. Dan's Transcript

I’m Dan Lockwood, Multnomah’s president, and I want to extend to you a “Merry Christmas” greeting as we begin the month of December.  I trust you had a good Thanksgiving with family and friends.  We all have so much to be thankful for, don’t we?  And as we enter this Christmas season, I trust that your celebration of the birth of our Savior will be rich and deep. Read the rest of this entry »

Summer 2010 Multnomah Magazine

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If you didn't get yours, then you can check it out here. Do you want your own honest-to-goodness printed copy? Then let us know at magazine@multnomah.edu. Read the rest of this entry »

2010 Constitution Day At Multnomah

Here's a post from 2008 about Consitution Day at Multnomah.

Church and State

Making Sense of the Establishment and Freedom Clauses

Every year we are required by law to do an activity in honor of Constitution Day. In the past, we have held “Prayer at the Flagpole” and have prayed for our nation, but this year we are doing something different. Instead, on September 17 (today for most of you), Multnomah will be hosting a panel discussion on two of the most important and yet, most debated portions of the U.S. Constitution: the Establishment Clause and the Freedom of Religion Clause. Read the rest of this entry »

Question About Doctrine

We often get messages from people around the world asking questions about what we believe, or what our stance is on [insert your subject here]...below is a great example of one of those. President Dan Lockwood took a moment to answer.

The Question

The Multnomah Doctrinal Statement says "the Father has planned all that comes to pass." Could you please briefly clarify what this means? Read the rest of this entry »

A New Partnership With Georgene Rice

Comments Off Written on April 26th, 2010 by
Categories: Alumni, Dr. Lockwood, Faculty, General, Media, Seminary

Some of you who listen to The Georgene Rice Show on Portland's KPDQ 93.9 fm radio station already know this - but for the rest of you, we have some really big news!

(See the Podcasted Show announcement below)

The Deal

We've recently signed an agreement to be the primary sponsor of the very well-known Georgene Rice Show.

  • The show will now be broadcast from the "Multnomah Studios at KPDQ"
  • We've partnered up to sponser her podcasts and the call-in phone line
  • There will be a new segment called "Ask the Professor"...(for which they've opened up a competition for Multnomah people to write and produce the segment jingle for it! - email us at procom@multnomah.edu for more details on how you can be famous)
  • Ms. Rice will bring her show to the Multnomah campus (Portland) 3 times/year now
  • There are more items to add to this list, but it's long enough for a blog post!

The Kick-Off

Our President, Dr. Dan Lockwood, went on air live last Monday (4/19) to discuss the new agreement. We've posted the mp3 podcast here for your enjoyment. You'll hear a Multnomah Biblical Seminary radio commercial to start it out and then Dr. Dan comes on at about the 8-minute mark. So simply scroll over to go straight to that if you like. (But the whole show is great! Hello, Georgene!).

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