Posts Tagged ‘youth’

How American Teens Communicate – An Infographic

Comments Off Written on July 28th, 2012 by
Categories: General, Students
How American Teens Communicate – An Infographic

There are always a lot of opinions and theories about how today's youth communicate. We hear how they like their phones, but not the actual "phone" part of it. They don't like email because texting or Facebook is preferred. Rumors even abound about how they might prefer some face time if the information is useful to them. Well, we found some actual research on the subject done in the form of an info-graphic. Because pictures work for everyone!

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Limited Sky, Unlimited God

Limited Sky, Unlimited God

Sky Cady - Class of '03

I always thought I would end up serving the Lord in a third world country, bringing the gospel to those who had never heard the name of Jesus. During a final SWOT chapel of my senior year, a fire was lit within me for the nations and since that time I’ve visited and/or served short term in 34 different countries. Recently I landed in the United Kingdom—a far cry from the picture I originally imagined in the Congo, or the Maldives.
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Spring Thaw At Multnomah

Comments Off Written on April 12th, 2010 by
Categories: Faculty, General, Pray For MU, Students

If you've been on campus lately, you've likely seen the activity related to a great new youth event happening soon called Spring Thaw.

Put on by Dr. Rob Hildebrand and the Youth Ministry department at Multnomah Bible College, this event is shaping up to be a big deal!

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*UPDATE (3/7/2011): all the links to the Spring Thaw website were updated to the the new url.