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Global ministry trends and issues, part five: Human slavery

Written on August 22nd, 2016 by
Categories: Faculty, Feature
This is the fifth post in a series of articles on global ministry trends and issues presented by Dr. Greg Burch, Director of the Master of Arts in Global Development and Justice program and Chair of the Global Studies Department. You can read more articles from Dr. Burch on his personal site, The Burch Blog. Continue Reading »
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Dr. Derek Chinn selected as interim dean of Multnomah Biblical Seminary

Written on July 18th, 2016 by
Categories: Faculty, Seminary
PORTLAND, Ore. – Multnomah University is pleased to announce that Dr. Derek Chinn will serve as interim dean of Multnomah Biblical Seminary. Continue Reading »
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Global ministry trends and issues, part one: Discerning the times in global mission

Written on July 18th, 2016 by
Categories: Faculty, Missions, Theology
This is the first post in a series of articles on global ministry trends and issues presented by Dr. Greg Burch, Director of the Master of Arts in Global Development and Justice program and Chair of the Global Studies Department. Continue Reading »
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‘It’s intimate learning’: Johanna Ohmes shares passion for history program

Written on June 30th, 2016 by
Categories: Programs, Students
Johanna Ohmes is fascinated by stories. She loves seeing the way they connect, intertwine and build upon each other in the present and the past. That’s why she was drawn to Multnomah’s history program. Continue Reading »
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Doctor of Ministry program strengthens Chris Haughee’s child welfare chaplaincy

Written on June 22nd, 2016 by
Categories: Programs, Seminary, Students
Chris Haughee has worked with children and teens for more than 15 years. He’s heard many stories, listened to many heartbreaks and learned many names. Now, as a chaplain at Intermountain Residential Services — a child welfare agency in Montana — he is fostering an atmosphere of love. “As I walk forward in advocacy for children, I am walking with Jesus,” he says. “I am embraced by a love that transcends me.” Continue Reading »
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Previously separated, three siblings reconnect at MU

Written on May 23rd, 2016 by
Categories: Students
Nineteen years ago, a divorce ripped through the Paterson family. Seven siblings were scattered to pursue separate lives. But God had plans to reconstruct what was broken, and Multnomah would play an important role. Continue Reading »