Posts Tagged ‘earthquake’

Alumni on Disaster Response Radio

Comments Off on Alumni on Disaster Response Radio Written on September 9th, 2011 by
Categories: Alumni, General
Alumni on Disaster Response Radio

Mike and Brigit Adams - 1985

We have had a range of exciting and varied work experiences with Far East Broadcasting, but it is in the last five years that Mike feels he has found the thing that God has been preparing him for – Disaster Response Radio.

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Offering Hope Amidst The Terrible Aftermath in Japan

Comments Off on Offering Hope Amidst The Terrible Aftermath in Japan Written on March 15th, 2011 by
Categories: Alumni, General, Pray For MU
Offering Hope Amidst The Terrible Aftermath in Japan

Guest Post by David Sanford

Like most people, I still haven’t been able to comprehend the staggering toll from Japan’s worst disaster since World War II.

Nuclear radiation leaks, rolling blackouts that continue to put hospital patients and others (especially the elderly) at risk, a critical lack of sanitary water, the long-term displacement of massive numbers of people, and extremely unsafe conditions across hundreds of square miles will claim growing numbers of Read the rest of this entry »

Still Donating To Haiti Earthquake Relief

1 Comment » Written on March 3rd, 2010 by
Categories: Books, General, Missions, Students

Multnomah students raised over $2000 for Haiti earthquake relief during the week of the Global Ministries Conference. (And we're sure the dollar amount is much higher now - but we weren't able to confirm exactly how much at time of posting).

Haitian Seminary Collapses

Bruce and Cindy McMartin, grads of Multnomah, teach at a seminary in Haiti which recently collapsed because of the earthquake. All funds collected will be sent to help them.

There have been reports that there are around 5000 people camped out on a campus that holds roughly 200 students! There is no place to use the restroom (save for holes they've dug), medical supplies run out fast, and food/water supplies run short.

Burying Dead Students

And more disturbing than all of this is that we've heard reports that they even had to bury some dead students on the campus grounds because there was no other place to put them.

Now, try to imagine all of this on the Multnomah campus - but with far fewer resources!

Please Help

  • Financial gifts can be given at the Student Accounts Office for the "Haiti Fund"
  • Gifts can be given through March 5th
  • 503.251.5343
  • Attn: Business Office
    8435 NE Glisan Street
    Portland, OR 97220

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