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Featured Faculty – Professors Tom and Bonnie Kopp

Featured Faculty – Professors Tom and Bonnie Kopp

Northwest Roots Change the World

Tom was born and raised in Africa (Zimbabwe and Zambia respectively). After returning to the United States for his final two years of high school, he attended Multnomah and the University of Washington. During those years, he met and married Bonnie who was born and reared in Spokane, Washington. She attended Seattle Pacific University and the University of Washington also. Following their marriage, they moved to Africa and served with the Africa Evangelical Fellowship (AEF) from 1970 to 1986. Read the rest of this entry »

Global Ministries Conference recordings online

Comments Off Written on February 26th, 2009 by
Categories: General, Media, Missions

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The 2009 Global Ministries Conference is coming to a close. If you weren't able to make it, if you missed a session that looked interesting, or if you want to experience your favorite moments again, you're in luck.

Recordings from the conference are now available online!

Head on over to the audio recordings page on Multnomah University's Website and listen to them at your leisure. Recordings are uploaded as they are processed, so check back if the session you're looking for isn't online yet.

Cheers!

Come On Down to the Global Ministries Conference!

Comments Off Written on February 17th, 2009 by
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February 23-27, 2009

Needless to say, we're excited about this year's Global Ministries Conference. In fact, we're so excited, we've launched a new section dedicated completely to the event. For the first time ever, you have online access to:

Check out what we have so far, and come back to hear some of the exciting sessions as they're uploaded. Better yet, come down to the conference for yourself and see it all firsthand! Here are some of the highlights:

Special events:

Monday, February 23
Missionary Appreciation Reception – Rub elbows with missionaries and hear firsthand stories of life in the field. This event is an opportunity to honor them for their work and self-sacrifice.

Tuesday, February 24
Real Life Stories from the Field – Enjoy stories from around the world as missionaries share what the Lord is doing in their corner of the globe.

Thursday, February 26
Focus on Culture – Enjoy food, music, and stories from around the world, and explore other cultures that have arrived at Multnomah through international students.

Friday, February 27
A Day to Serve
– Multnomah students will go out into the Portland community to practice what they've been hearing about all week through local ministry.

Daily Events:

  • Dramatizations of the lives of well-known missionaries such as Lottie Moon, Jim and Elizabeth Elliot, Fannie Crosby and William Borden (whose quote "No reserves, no retreats, no regrets" is the theme of the conference).
  • Workshop sessions taught by mission reps, faculty from Multnomah and Western Seminary, and others who specialize in missions.
  • 24 tables, manned by mission agency representatives prepared to answer questions and share opportunities with visitors.