Posts Tagged ‘radio’

On the Flip Side – Mike Adams (Grad Cert ’85)

On the Flip Side – Mike Adams (Grad Cert ’85)

Mike Adams (Grad Cert '85)

Originally from Seattle, Washington, Mike started his career as an aircraft radio technician. In 1984 he received a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE) from Washington State University. He has worked as a broadcast engineer since 1987 with experience in SW transmitters, antennas, studios and Mike’s favorite – AM radio remote broadcasts. Read the rest of this entry »

Alumni on Disaster Response Radio

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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Professors Talk Hell On Radio Show

Comments Off Written on March 23rd, 2011 by
Categories: Chapel, Faculty, General, Media, Seminary
Professors Talk Hell On Radio Show

There's been a lot of talk about "hell" on campus lately. What with new books espousing more universal views and the classically-held version of the subject - it's become, well, a hot topic (ahem).

Georgene Rice Show

As you know, our good friends at The Georgene Rice Show have asked Multnomah Professors to go on-air and answer questions about hot topics and Read the rest of this entry »

Ask The Professor Radio Show – “Christmas”

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Categories: Faculty, General, Media
Ask The Professor Radio Show – “Christmas”

Ok, we know that the Christmas Season (and even Epiphany) has passed us by already...but there's never a bad time to talk about scripture and the birth of Jesus Christ, right?

Ask The Professor

Most of you know that we are involved with The Georgene Rice Show and that our professors fill in for the ever-more-popular "Ask the Professor" segments Read the rest of this entry »

Ask The Professor Radio Show – “Judging”

Comments Off Written on January 28th, 2011 by
Categories: Alumni, Faculty, General, Media
Ask The Professor Radio Show – “Judging”

Some time back, you may remember us telling you about our (then) new partnership with The Georgene Rice radio show. You might also remember us telling you that part of the partnership involves Multnomah professors going on-air for the now-popular "Ask the Professor" segments. After Dr. Dan went on to talk about it - the first official one happened back in October 2010. Read the rest of this entry »

Metzger, Radio, New Book – Again!

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Categories: Books, Faculty, General, Media, Seminary
Metzger, Radio, New Book – Again!

Yesterday, Seminary professor Dr. Paul Louis Metzger was the guest on The Georgene Rice Show. She had him in to talk about his new book - a commentary on the Gospel of John titled "When Love Comes To Town".

The Book Read the rest of this entry »

Is Gov’t Opening Door To Christian College Discrimination?

Comments Off Written on December 8th, 2010 by
Categories: Dr. Lockwood, General, Media, Pray For MU

Recently, Multnomah President Dr. Daniel Lockwood was on The Georgene Rice Show to discuss a major piece of rule-making on the part of the federal government that threatens to create a layer of governmental oversight of private institutions that also opens the door for various forms of discrimination against institutions who have a faith-based mission.

During the interview, this article from Christianity Today was referenced. Read the rest of this entry »

Alumni + Compassion + Radio

As many of you know, MU is combining the annual PDX Alumni Chapter event with a ministry outreach called Compassion Connect to help run a Downtown Compassion clinic day.

A New Partnership With Georgene Rice

Comments Off Written on April 26th, 2010 by
Categories: Alumni, Dr. Lockwood, Faculty, General, Media, Seminary

Some of you who listen to The Georgene Rice Show on Portland's KPDQ 93.9 fm radio station already know this - but for the rest of you, we have some really big news!

(See the Podcasted Show announcement below)

The Deal

We've recently signed an agreement to be the primary sponsor of the very well-known Georgene Rice Show.

  • The show will now be broadcast from the "Multnomah Studios at KPDQ"
  • We've partnered up to sponser her podcasts and the call-in phone line
  • There will be a new segment called "Ask the Professor"...(for which they've opened up a competition for Multnomah people to write and produce the segment jingle for it! - email us at procom@multnomah.edu for more details on how you can be famous)
  • Ms. Rice will bring her show to the Multnomah campus (Portland) 3 times/year now
  • There are more items to add to this list, but it's long enough for a blog post!

The Kick-Off

Our President, Dr. Dan Lockwood, went on air live last Monday (4/19) to discuss the new agreement. We've posted the mp3 podcast here for your enjoyment. You'll hear a Multnomah Biblical Seminary radio commercial to start it out and then Dr. Dan comes on at about the 8-minute mark. So simply scroll over to go straight to that if you like. (But the whole show is great! Hello, Georgene!).

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What You Didn’t Hear On the Radio

1 Comment » Written on September 28th, 2009 by
Categories: Alumni, General, Media, Programs, Students

You may have heard radio commercials on-air for the Adult Degree Completion program on a number of radio stations. Recently we ran one on 1190 KEX that profiled a grad from our first DCP Cohort, Brian Wiggs.

His story is amazing and typical all at once (Mechanic, out of school for a long time, wants to go back, wants to minister to children in Honduras, needs to know more about the truths in the Bible in order to make the leap well. You get the picture!).

But there's only so much you can say in a 60-second radio spot...

1190 KEX Radio Spot

What You Didn't Hear

We have a great 9 minute interview from the KEX studio that didn't make it into the spot - it always reminds me about why I do what I do.

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Big thank you to Phil Bernstein at Clearchannel Radio Portland for letting me have this recording!