Dr. Roy Andrews, Academic Dean of MU's seminary, shares how being taken off guard broke him out of a relational rut with His Creator.
Posts Tagged ‘Multnomah University’
Categories: Faculty, Students
Categories: Students, Theology
Last Friday, 58 students walked across the graduation stage and received their diploma. Graduation was held at Central Bible Church on NE Glisan.
We sat down for a little Q & A with several outstanding graduates to hear more about their time at Multnomah and the impact it’s had on them.
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Multnomah University students and faculty are taking their study of Scripture to a whole new level.
Professor Karl Kutz has been chosen by the Green Scholars Initiative to translate a fragment of the Dead Sea Scrolls with four of his students. It’s the first time the piece has been given any scholarly attention or critical analysis. Read the rest of this entry »
Categories: General, Students
You're invited to attend a music recital presented by Multnomah University's music majors from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday, December 3.
Categories: General, Seminary, Students
Once every spring and fall, Multnomah undergrad and seminary students, along with several faculty members, gather together in the JCA Student Center for Day of Prayer. MU cancels classes so students can devote their whole day to connecting with God. The time is not restricted to prayer, though; students are encouraged to commune with the Lord through meditation, reading, writing and worshiping. Read the rest of this entry »
Categories: General, Pray For MU, Students
Multnomah will host a Day of Prayer from 9 a.m. to noon Wednesday, November 20, at the JCA Student Center. Dr. Morris Dirks, who has been a pastor for more than 25 years in the Pacific Northwest, will lead the event. Dirks has a doctorate in leadership and spiritual formation and recently published "Forming The Leader's Soul: An Invitation to Spiritual Direction." He is the founder and director of SoulFormation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to nurturing the spiritual and emotional health of Christian leaders. Read the rest of this entry »
Multnomah University held an appreciation dinner for Dr. Dan Lockwood on November 9 to honor him for his exceptional work at MU. Lockwood was the seminary dean for seven years before he served 16 years as president. He taught theology at the University for 34 years. Read the rest of this entry »