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Metzger, Romney, and America’s Mormon Moment

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Metzger, Romney, and America’s Mormon Moment

The Mormon Moment

It is fair to say that Mormonism has come into the mainstream of American culture with the emergence of Mr. Mitt Romney as the Republican hopeful for the 2012 U.S. presidential race. Some have called this development the “Mormon moment.” Read the rest of this entry »

Kigali Kollection – An Update on the Largest Theological Library in Rwanda

Kigali Kollection – An Update on the Largest Theological Library in Rwanda

On July 1, 2012, another team will be sent to Kigali to train ten Africans in setting up a library and placing the now 18,500+ books onto the shelves. The journey started in 2008 when Africa New Life Ministries (founded by Multnomah Biblical Seminary graduate Charles Burgeya) was awarded a grant to start a Bible training school in Kigali, Rwanda. Upon hearing this good news, a group of Multnomah students banded together under the same dream - to create the largest theological library in Rwanda. This 2012 team will take the next step in helping establish the library. Read the rest of this entry »

Technology: Help or Hindrance to Christian Living?

Technology: Help or Hindrance to Christian Living?

Last Thursday in chapel, a moderated Staff and Faculty Panel discussed the issue of technology and how it effects our lives. For a modern student body that uses text messaging, Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube as naturally as they would use their own limbs, the ideas presented were challenging thought-provoking. Read the rest of this entry »

Lions Homecoming Basketball Has National Tournament Implications

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Categories: 75th Anniversary, Alumni, Athletics, Faculty, General, Students
Lions Homecoming Basketball Has National Tournament Implications

Basketball, Mascots, Homecoming, and Prizes!

Join the Multnomah Lions for their Homecoming Week celebration home game:

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Don’t Go To Homecoming?

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Don’t Go To Homecoming?

Student Video Blooper Reel

If you've been reading, you know that we've done a series of videos to promo our 75th Anniversary Homecoming week (That's this week!). Here is the 3rd video below. It's not really a blooper reel as much as it was a trick question for the stars to get them all loosened up. Check out what happens when the director (also a student) tells them to say "Don't go to homecoming."

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I Am Multnomah Video Cut 2

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I Am Multnomah Video Cut 2

Homecoming Video

This is the second version of the homecoming video that was produced entirely by students in MU's recording studio...and has nothing but students, alumni, faculty, and staff as the stars!

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We Are Multnomah Video Cut 1

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We Are Multnomah Video Cut 1

Homecoming Video

This was produced entirely by students in MU's recording studio...and has nothing but students, alumni, faculty, and staff as the stars!

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Have You Heard About The New Student-Run Magazine?

Have You Heard About The New Student-Run Magazine?

Muse celebrates!

The staff of Multnomah's new student publication Muse just launched the online magazine's third issue. The theme for this December edition is "Celebration." Celebrating the everyday gifts from God - even the little things. Celebrating triumph and freedom from the chains of abuse. Celebrating a commitment to live life with joy to the fullest for Christ's glory. Read the rest of this entry »

Can Evangelicals Really Be Academics?

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Can Evangelicals Really Be Academics?

We ran across an essay at Inside Higher Ed that was written after the author read the new book titled The Anointed: Evangelical Truth in a Secular Age. It begs many questions of those who consider themselves both academic and an Evangelical. We're pretty sure our faculty fit this profile and that our alumni have an opinion on the matter.

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Jongeward Journeys

Jongeward Journeys

"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."

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