Yesterday we posted a somewhat cryptic looking teaser that referenced some alleged tomfoolery that our President Dan Lockwood was mixed up in. Well, today the announcement was made by the man himself on his Facebook page.
Posts Tagged ‘Books’
Categories: Books, Dr. Lockwood, General
Categories: Books, Faculty, General, Seminary
2011 is a big year for the King James Version Bible. Not only is it the 400th Anniversary, but Dr. Donald L. Brake, dean emeritus of Multnomah Biblical Seminary and avid Bible collector, will release two important books on the topic:
A Visual History of the King James Bible
A Royal Monument of English Literature: The King James Version 1611-2011. Read the rest of this entry »
Categories: Books, Faculty, General, Missions, Students
Categories: Alumni, Books, Faculty, General, Missions, Pray For MU, Students
For those of you who have been involved with or following the Kigali Kollection story here - we have an update for you.
Let's Get 15,000
Africa New Life is planning to send all the books in a container from Portland on March 31. We are now praying for a BIGGER and FASTER miracle. The goal of 15,000 books has still not been met!
Current book total: 13,592 (74 new books since last week!)
If any of you have books or know of anyone who does, then please get them to us by March 15th so they can make it on the container ship!
- Dr. Garry Friesen at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Debbie Chin at email@example.com or 503.251.6400
- More info at Africa New Life Ministries
Categories: General, Students, University Name Change
Windows Booksellers (the Campus Bookstore on the Portland campus) is selling all their old "unnofficial" Multnomah clothing at 50% off their already low, low prices! (Insert chain-saw sound here as we talk about "slashing" prices).
Because there will be new official sweatshirts and t-shirts just in time for the new semester. You spoke, we listened. It will be collegiate and classic - and most of all - quality!
But seriously, help them get rid of the old stuff too!
Categories: Books, Faculty, General, Media, Seminary
Once again, another Multnomah faculty-authored book is proving to be worth the effort it took to write it and important enough for more organizations not named "Multnomah" to promote its merits!
Huge National Spread
Christianity Today magazine gave it a fantastic treatment when they condensed it down into a 4-page article with custom artwork in their August 2009 issue. This isn't just a book review - it is actually part of the book with Dr. Paul Louis Metzger of the Seminary and Dr. Brad Harper of the Bible College credited as the authors.
Not Just a Textbook
Even though the book is accessible to anyone who wants to read it - and you should if you can - it is also going to be used in the classroom at other institutions. So, it's kind of making an impact.
Categories: Alumni, Books, Faculty, General, Missions, Students
Once again, the Kigali Kollection has reached its goal—this time, five months before the due date. On July 15th, Multnomah staff, Debbie Chin and Mary Newman, both shared the pleasure of entering the 10,000th book to the Kigali book database. Between the two of them, they have entered a total of 6,000 books this summer.
The current count stands at 10,202 and the committee hopes to reach 12,000 books before MU students return in the Fall.
In addition to all the student, alumni, faculty, staff, and community donations at Multnomah, new donors are coming in all the time. Contributing to the collection were two very generous retired pastors. They donated their libraries, which totalled 1,350 books, to the Kigali Kollection.
Having a library with 10,000 books will allow Kigali Bible College to be an accredited institution (African accreditation bodies require an institution’s library to have 9,000-12,000 books in order for it to be accredited).
Although the goal has been met, the Kigali Committee will still continue to collect books until December 18. So don’t stop; keep the books flowing in!
Categories: Alumni, Books, General, Joe Aldrich, Missions, Students
This leaves 1,268 more books that need to be collected before reaching the goal of 10,000 books by December 18. So spread the word, and be a book donor. Keep those books coming; just give, give, give!
Clearly, God is good!
Categories: Alumni, Books, Faculty, General, Missions, Students
After working for three years to become registered as a Rwanda ministry, Africa New Life Ministries is now able to receive shipments. So the organization will store the books until a safe, dry place is ready to receive the Kollection in Kigali. In the meantime, ANLM is raising the finances in hopes of sending all the books at once in a 40-foot container, which will take 1-2 months to arrive in Kigali.
With over 6 months to go, the Kigali Kollection has received, 7,074 books, 707 periodicals, with 2,926 more books needed before reaching the goal of 10,000. So continue spreading the word, and give, give, give!
Categories: Books, Contests, General, Missions, Students
The Kigali Committee is now doubling its goal in hopes of collecting different Bible, theology, and Christian books by May 15, 2009 for the largest theological library in Rwanda. After much prayer, the committee decided that the goal should be "Double or Everything," renaming the drive the "Kigali-Kigali Kollection." The committee is praying toward another miracle of receiving a doubled portion of 4,018 books by the set date. If the "Double" goal is met before graduation, then the new goal will be 5,000!
4 Ways To Participate
- Book Donator: Each student donates TWO books; each faculty donates FOUR (or more).
- Book Kollector: The committee needs 24 collectors who will be the point person at their churches to get book donations.
- Book Recorder: The committee needs 25 people to record books for a minimum of 2 hours. Volunteers will be paid $10/hr (Priority goes to those who have already donated hours previously).
- Finance Giver: Give $1 at each SWOT chapel; give a one-time offering; or be a Buck-One-Book giver (BOB).
- To be a Book Donator, contact Amanda Schick at MSC#105
- To be a Book Kollector, contact Eric Faris at MSC#869
- To be a Book Recorder, contact Chelsea Cantrell at MSC#562
- To be a Finance Giver, contact Josh Libby at MSC#358
Most Recent Report:
The number of books recorded has now reached 2,223. During the first wave, most books were donated by students and employees on campus - this second wave of books has been largely from the local churches.
With 37 days left until graduation, 1,795 more books are needed to reach the goal!