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Change, Challenges and Opportunities

These past few months have been characterized by change — a season that has marked me, shaped me and continued to challenge me towards a deeper dependence on Jesus than I have ever known.

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The History of Thanksgiving According to Dr. Scalberg

Multnomah University history professor,
Dr. Daniel Scalberg, shares the history of Thanksgiving in the United States.

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Student Recitals on December 3

You're invited to attend a music recital presented by Multnomah University's music majors from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday, December 3.

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Caring for the Soul

Once every spring and fall, Multnomah undergrad and seminary students, along with several faculty members, gather together in the JCA Student Center for Day of Prayer. MU cancels classes so students can devote their whole day to connecting with God. The time is not restricted to prayer, though; students are encouraged to commune with the Lord through meditation, reading, writing and worshiping.  Read the rest of this entry »

Morris Dirks to Lead MU’s Day of Prayer on November 20

Multnomah will host a Day of Prayer from 9 a.m. to noon Wednesday, November 20, at the JCA Student Center. Dr. Morris Dirks, who has been a pastor for more than 25 years in the Pacific Northwest, will lead the event. Dirks has a doctorate in leadership and spiritual formation and recently published "Forming The Leader's Soul: An Invitation to Spiritual Direction." He is the founder and director of SoulFormation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to nurturing the spiritual and emotional health of Christian leaders. Read the rest of this entry »

MU Honors Dr. Dan for 34 Years of Service

Multnomah University held an appreciation dinner for Dr. Dan Lockwood on November 9 to honor him for his exceptional work at MU. Lockwood was the seminary dean for seven years before he served 16 years as president. He taught theology at the University for 34 years. Read the rest of this entry »

Adult Degree Completion Program Information Sessions Coming Up

The Information Sessions for MU’s Degree Completion Program are on Monday, November 11, and Thursday, December 12. Both sessions will be held on campus at 7 p.m. in Travis-Lovitt Hall, Room 116. Read the rest of this entry »

New Wine, New Wineskins To Host Health Care Conference Oct. 19

The current health care reform debate has not only caused tension, but it’s also raised a question within the Christian community: How does the Bible bear upon issues like these?

An upcoming conference hosted by New Wine, New Wineskins will address this question and explore other dimensions related to health care. The conference will take place from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday, October 19, at Multnomah University. Read the rest of this entry »

All College Retreat 2013 in Photos

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Categories: Faculty, General, Students

MU student and photographer Anthony Beatty Tinsay returned from the 2013 All College Retreat with an impressive collection of photographs. In this post we offer you the chance to experience the excitement through a slideshow of the photos he gave us. Whether you're an alum remembering your own college retreats, a student reliving the experience of the past weekend, or a future student who wants to know how Multnomah kicks off the school year, take a look! Read the rest of this entry »

Satan. What Does the Bible Say? – Angelology Video Series (Part 3/3)

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Categories: Faculty, General, Media

Theology Outside the Walls

In this 3rd and final installment of our new 3-part mini series of videos on Angelology, we ask the question "What does the Bible say about Satan?" You might be asking, "Why is Satan in a series about Angelology?", "Who is Satan in the Bible?" Watch the video and find out.

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