The Multnomah Ambassador Choir and Community Chorale is presenting “Christmas in the City," a free concert at First Baptist Church Saturday, December 7th, at 7 p.m. "We want to help people celebrate the Christmas season," said Stan Campbell, director of the music department. "This is our gift to the city."
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‘Tis the Season
‘Tis the season of tinsel and twinkling lights…holiday tunes and crowded shopping malls. December has come and brought along with it the joys of Christmas. I love this season and everything that it brings. Read the rest of this entry »
Forget Black Friday & Cyber Monday
Thanksgiving kicks off a busy season. The sales of Black Friday have been an American tradition for many, many years. Recently, the addition of Cyber Monday has added to the consumerism mindset - only with an online shopping flavor. Maybe this year we could make a difference by trying something different when Tuesday, November 27th rolls around? Read the rest of this entry »
Back by popular demand! We've just released some free Christmas wallpapers for your computer...both of the new ones this year have a mobile version as well (although, for most devices, the standard desktop format works fine too)! In addition to the mobile versions, we have the standard and widescreen versions.
Ambassador Choir Sings Christmas Carols
As I watched choir members sing Christmas Carols in chapel – their postures at attention, eyes trained on Professor Stan Campbell – and felt the concentration of each singer, I was taken back to my own choir days as a student here at Multnomah. I enjoyed remembering the friends I made while singing, touring, and falling asleep on the bus as we traveled from church to church. Despite being a group of very diverse peoples, there was a special kinship we all felt in using the musical giftings that God gave us to bring encouragement to men and women along the West coast.
Dr. Daniel R. Lockwood, president of Multnomah University, continues his series "Conversations with Dr. Dan." In this December 2011 episode, he is in the Advancement Department in Sutcliffe Hall with a special Christmas greeting. He also encourages you to consider an end-of-year gift to the training of the Church's next generation of leaders and ministers.
Ok, we know that the Christmas Season (and even Epiphany) has passed us by already...but there's never a bad time to talk about scripture and the birth of Jesus Christ, right?
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As you read this letter, Jani and I will have pulled out boxes of Christmas decorations from their attic home, launching a multi-day process of “decking the halls” for Advent. We love this annual ritual even though it takes energy, creativity, patience, and more than a few cups of rich, foamy eggnog!
I especially look forward to unpacking our two nativity scenes. One is a delicate wooden crèche, with tiny figures shaped on a lathe, which we acquired when traveling through “Luther Country” in Germany. The other is from France, and contains a dozen figurines called “santons.” Read the rest of this entry »