Posts Tagged ‘Multnomah’

75th Anniversary Convocation Chapel

75th Anniversary Convocation Chapel

 

Message from the Alumni Director

“In the same way, let your light shine before others so they may see your good works, and glorify your Father who is in heaven.” Matthew 5:16 Read the rest of this entry »

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 »

Dr. Mom – Masters and Motherhood

Dr. Mom – Masters and Motherhood

Carmen Imes - Class of '99

If you had told me 5 years ago that as a mother of 3 young children I would be entering a Ph.D program, I would have said you were nuts … and we both would have been right. This is nuts, humanly speaking. But God is full of surprises! Read the rest of this entry »

Featured Faculty – Dr. Norm Cook

Featured Faculty – Dr. Norm Cook

Former Professor and Director of the Missions Department, Dr. Norm Cook, was born and raised in northern Indiana. His journey as a believer began as a 16 year old high school senior, soon after he met his future wife, Muriel, and many of her missionary family and friends. Later while studying at Taylor University, he experienced an encounter with God that lead to a commitment to ministry and missionary work. Read the rest of this entry »

Philippine Missionary – Small Woman, Big heart

Philippine Missionary – Small Woman, Big heart

Diane Morris – Grad Class of ‘61

So many memories flooded through my mind during the 50th celebration of our Grad Class at Multnomah. Some of the most significant events of my life took place during that year. Read the rest of this entry »