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Posts Tagged ‘Students’
Categories: Chapel, Faculty, General, Students
Lectio Divina Chapels at Multnomah are, simply, times of focused and prayerful attention to short passages of scripture. This is done in small groups of 4 to 6. The point is to slow down, to sit quietly, and to consider God’s Word, praying for insight and a willing spirit to hear and obey. Repeated readings of the short passage and prayerful consideration of the text give students an opportunity for prolonged exposure to a passage of scripture, placing themselves under the authority of God’s Word and to consider God’s will for their lives that day.
Categories: Alumni, General, Programs, Seminary
For over 75 years, Multnomah has been dedicated to equipping, training and preparing men and women to minister to God’s people and the world. The Doctor of Ministry program continues this commitment by offering experienced ministry leaders advanced theological education. Read the rest of this entry »
Most of you know that the old Voice student newspaper and Ambassador yearbook no longer exist. While many of us were sad to see these traditional publications end, it has opened a new and exciting opportunity for Multnomah students. A 100% student-run online magazine - and get this - it's really good! Read the rest of this entry »
Categories: Alumni, Dr. Lockwood, Faculty, General, Media, Missions, Pray For MU, Seminary, Students
Put A Lion On It!
Want to be an "extra" on the TV show Portlandia? Well, here's your chance to appear in a special filming on Multnomah's campus! You won't get paid, but you'll probably have a great day and laugh a lot...and there's the whole cool TV show thing...And yeah, we know it's weird to do this at a conservative Christian college. (Is that irony? Discuss.)
Categories: 75th Anniversary, Alumni, Chapel, Dr. Lockwood, General, Students
Light in a Dark Place
"Have you ever been in a very dark space... [where] you couldn't see anything?"
Multnomah's president Dr. Dan Lockwood began his spring 2012 Convocation Chapel address with a story about a trip to New Zealand with his daughter, Elise. Preparing for a black-water rafting excursion, Dr. Lockwood and Elise donned wetsuits, climbing harnesses, and headlamps. Then they proceeded to climb down a 150-foot shaft to a steep tunnel that led to an underground river where a rubber raft awaited them. After traveling a half mile down the river, their guide told them to turn off the headlamps.
Categories: 75th Anniversary, Alumni, Athletics, Faculty, General, Students
Basketball, Mascots, Homecoming, and Prizes!
Join the Multnomah Lions for their Homecoming Week celebration home game:
- Multnomah University vs. New Hope Christian College
- Saturday, February 18
- 3 p.m.
- Lytle Gymnasium
- Come for a chance to win a Kindle Fire
- Face painting for the kids
- Special half-time show from Blaze
- And so many more prizes!
Categories: 75th Anniversary, Alumni, Faculty, General, Media, Students
Student Video Blooper Reel
If you've been reading, you know that we've done a series of videos to promo our 75th Anniversary Homecoming week (That's this week!). Here is the 3rd video below. It's not really a blooper reel as much as it was a trick question for the stars to get them all loosened up. Check out what happens when the director (also a student) tells them to say "Don't go to homecoming."
Categories: 75th Anniversary, Faculty, General, Media, Students
This was produced entirely by students in MU's recording studio...and has nothing but students, alumni, faculty, and staff as the stars!
Categories: 75th Anniversary, Alumni, Athletics, General, Students
Memories From The 1950's
We've been publishing posts for our 75th Anniversary year featuring some of the goodies from yesteryear we've been finding...some of you actually sent us some old gear! We were especially excited to receive this letter sweater from an Alumna who still had her original class of 1951 class pin attached! Just look at that thing - something tells me that current students would really go for a true "throwback" style like this.