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How American Teens Communicate – An Infographic

Comments Off Written on July 28th, 2012 by
Categories: General, Students
How American Teens Communicate – An Infographic

There are always a lot of opinions and theories about how today's youth communicate. We hear how they like their phones, but not the actual "phone" part of it. They don't like email because texting or Facebook is preferred. Rumors even abound about how they might prefer some face time if the information is useful to them. Well, we found some actual research on the subject done in the form of an info-graphic. Because pictures work for everyone!

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Technology: Help or Hindrance to Christian Living?

Technology: Help or Hindrance to Christian Living?

Last Thursday in chapel, a moderated Staff and Faculty Panel discussed the issue of technology and how it effects our lives. For a modern student body that uses text messaging, Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube as naturally as they would use their own limbs, the ideas presented were challenging thought-provoking. Read the rest of this entry »

President’s New Book Book and Website

Comments Off Written on February 11th, 2012 by
Categories: Books, Dr. Lockwood, General
President’s New Book Book and Website

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.

Dr. Dan's Official Blog is Live! Read the rest of this entry »

Multnomah Is Part Of My Story – Call For Videos!

Comments Off Written on April 30th, 2010 by
Categories: Alumni, Contests, General, Media, Seminary

Attention all Alumni!

The Multnomah family wants to know what you are up to. You can help us share your story by making a video!

3 Easy Steps to Making Your Video

  1. Make Your Video
    • Start with: “Hi, I’m (name) and I graduated in (class year) with a (degree name).”
    • What you are currently doing (life, ministry, career)
    • Multnomah’s ongoing impact in your life
    • End with: “I’m (name) and Multnomah is part of my story."
  2.  Keep It Short
    • Under 2 minutes – or shorter if possible, but still riveting!
  3. Upload!
    • Upload your video to YouTube or another video sharing site and send the link to alumni@multnomah.edu OR send us a DVD.

What Will Happen With It

We will choose a video each month to be our Alumni Spotlight Video. (If your video is chosen, we will send your video’s link to all Multnomah alumni in the Alumni Connection e-newsletter.)

We’ll likely add all of them to our YouTube Channel’s “favorites” section and upload them to the Facebook Fan Page:

Now go… Get rolling! Looking forward to hearing about your adventures! Nobody tells the Multnomah story like our Alumni!

Spring Thaw At Multnomah

Comments Off Written on April 12th, 2010 by
Categories: Faculty, General, Pray For MU, Students

If you've been on campus lately, you've likely seen the activity related to a great new youth event happening soon called Spring Thaw.

Put on by Dr. Rob Hildebrand and the Youth Ministry department at Multnomah Bible College, this event is shaping up to be a big deal!

Stay Updated

*UPDATE (3/7/2011): all the links to the Spring Thaw website were updated to the the new url.

Cinco de Mustache 2009!

3 comments Written on November 6th, 2009 by
Categories: Faculty, General, Students

Maybe we should call it "Cinco de Multstache"...

Back, by popular demand, is the annual Cinco de Mustache celebration blog post. This year's celebration saw a record turnout of finely groomed undergrad gentlemen and some brave faculty.

We'll post more information in the coming days as more pics and vids come our way, but for now, here's this:

Stay tuned in the next week or so for our latest installment in the Cinco de Mustache series: "Multnomah Mustaches We Wish We Had."

2009 Multstache Celebration

The Song

"We Are The Champions"

Students/Staff: upload your pics and vids to the fan area of our Facebook Page or send them to me a rleary@multnomah.edu

Seminary Events: Free & Open To Public

Comments Off Written on October 30th, 2009 by
Categories: Alumni, Chapel, Faculty, General, Seminary, Students

If you don't get the regular Seminary Update email that circulates amongst students, faculty and staff, then you might be interested to know how you can stay up on the weekly happenings. I've highlighted a couple of items for you below.

SemUpdate

Seminary News Highlights

  • Seminary Chapel Panel: Join us for a ministry panel sponsored by the Master's Cabinet on Tuesday, Nov. 3, 10:00-11:00 AM in T111/T112. The theme of the panel is “Seminary Education in Action: An Examination of Real-World Applications in Portland.” The panel will involve 3 guest speakers (prominent Christian figures in Portland) that represent many different angles of ministry (church pastors, church planters, academia, government, and non-profit organizations.)  There will be a time to ask questions that are relevant to both our student body and the panelist’s individual experience/expertise.  Light breakfast provided!  Please invite your families, neighbors, and friends!
  • Chaplain to Chaplain: Come join us for the second of the ‘Chaplain to Chaplain’ round table meetings. We would encourage anyone who is interested in chaplaincy, anyone who would just like to learn more about chaplaincy & how it works, or those who may want to do it as an internship, to join us. CPE supervisor, Kent Schaufelberger will be on campus Tuesday, November 10th to speak with chaplaincy students or anyone interested in chaplaincy. He will be sharing his valuable experiences as well as allow you a chance to ask some questions. If you would like to be a part of this informative meeting please sign up with Amber Kersey, akersey@multnomah.edu, 503.251.6744. As this is taking place during lunch time (11:30-12:30) in the President’s Dining Room (next to the cafeteria) we encourage you to bring your own lunch (brown bag) or if you buy your lunch at the cafeteria – come in immediately with your food & join the meeting.

Stay Updated on MBS Weekly Information

This information is posted on the MBS Facebook page every week.

New Official MU Facebook Fan Page

Comments Off Written on September 1st, 2009 by
Categories: Alumni, Faculty, General, Media, Seminary, Students

followus_fbIn case you haven't already made the jump from the stale MU Group we host on Facebook to the new, more useful, less spammy Fan Page, now is the time.

In less than a week there are hundreds of fans and great discussions starting. The coolest thing is seeing all the Alumni popping in to encourage the current students.

Join

Multnomah University Facebook Page

Also

We should mention that there is a very vibrant Multnomah Biblical Seminary page as well - join both! You can find out more by checking this.

Are You Following?

Comments Off Written on July 8th, 2009 by
Categories: Alumni, General, Media, Students

I'm always trying to find ways to keep Multnomah connected with people who might care. One of the ways to do that has been through the social media channels available - like Facebook, Twitter, Blogs, etc.

In Case You Didn't Know

Here's how you can stay up on what's happening and talk back to us:

www.multnomah.edu/goto/social

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Also, if you like Multnomah and think others should go to school here, please use these services to spread the word! Follow us on Twitter and re-tweet our stuff! Join a Facebook group and repost Multnomah stuff.

Blogosphere

Get some exposure for your own blog by registering with the MU Blogosphere at www.multnomah.edu/blogosphere (you'll need your Multnomah ID).

Thoughts on American Independence

Comments Off Written on July 4th, 2009 by
Categories: General

4885_102228505903_95576500903_2437480_982385_nA colleague of mine has been posting some great content about America's founding fathers on his Facebook account. He is Gary Cantwell, vice president of communications and marketing at Trinity International University in Deerfield, Illinois.

I told him I would steal his good idea and blog it here (In response, Cantwell said, "Thanks! I'm happy to be in the company of Dr. Lockwood, if only by quoting someone else.")

Evidences of Freedom

 From the Declaration of Independence

Source: US Declaration of Independence

"... all Men are created equal, that they are endowed, by their Creator, with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness"

"And for the Support of this Declaration, with a firm Reliance on the Protection of Divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes, and our sacred Honour."

untitledJohn Adams re: the Formation of Independence Day in 1776

Source: The Massachusetts Historical Society

"It ought to be commemorated as the day of deliverance by solemn acts of devotion to God Almighty."

From the Congressional Record

Source: C-Span Transcripts

"To the distinguished character of a Patriot, it should be our highest glory to add the more distinguished character of a Christian.'' - US Congressman Robin Hayes on June 17, 2008

This Blog is Not Political

On such a day as this, the "4th of July", I should think that it is truly humbling to read through the entire context of the linked materials above and be reminded of what an impossibility it was to form the United States of America.

Even more than this, however, is the overwhelming sense of gratitude I have for the fact that God has afforded me things that I did not earn. A dry place to sleep, plenty of food, children who grow healthy, access to health care and many other things that people around the world do not have a chance at.

Independence Day = Devotion to God

Not least among these is the ability to openly worship Jesus! Praise him and do it often. Help missionaries who assist others around the world who have to worship in secret. Remember the students who train to know how to do this work.

Solemnly remember your brothers and sisters around the world on this day. This, a day of prayer and thanksgiving.