You’re Invited to MU’s Free Student Recital and Choir Concert Next Tuesday, April 29

Written on April 22nd, 2014 by
Categories: Events, Feature, Programs, Students
Senior music major Peter Wilson invites everyone to attend these two exciting musical events hosted on campus. Continue Reading »

You’re Invited to Day of Prayer

Written on March 4th, 2014 by
Categories: Events, Faculty, Pray For MU, Students
Multnomah University will hold a Day of Prayer on Friday, March 7 so students are given the opportunity to step back from studies to have a time dedicated to worshiping and seeking God together. The theme of this Day of Prayer is “Reflections of Grace”. Continue Reading »

Frank Ocampo: Living Joyfully in the Present

Written on February 26th, 2014 by
Categories: Programs, Students
Frank Ocampo's goal is to open a community center for at-risk youth in London, England. MU's Master of Arts in Counseling program is preparing him with rigorous classes and hands-on experience to fulfill his dreams. Continue Reading »

Truly Holistic: MA in Global Development & Justice Flourishes

Written on February 24th, 2014 by
Categories: Missions, Programs, Students
I'm happy to highlight this program, especially in light of the two justice-centered events MU hosted last week: the Global Missions Conference and the Justice Conference Portland. I sat down with Intercultural Studies Chair and Director of the MAGDJ, Dr. Greg Burch, to find out more about this dynamic degree. Continue Reading »

Moving Beyond Extremes to Gospel-Centered Love

Written on February 19th, 2014 by
Categories: Events, Faculty, Theology

Extreme positions often get the biggest hearing. It seems like you have to be liberal or conservative or pro-choice or pro-life to get people to listen. People so easily close their ears and hearts and shut the door when complexity enters the conversation. Continue Reading »


Anne Partridge: Finding Freedom in Christ

Written on February 17th, 2014 by
Categories: Students
Multnomah used to be the last college Anne Partridge wanted to attend. Then a visit to campus changed her mind entirely. Now only months from graduating, she can't think of anywhere else she'd rather be. Continue Reading »