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2011

May

  • College Baccalaureate - Michael Stern, Alaina Arp 5/13/2011

    Stan Campbell leads in singing "God of the Ages." Multnomah President, Daniel Lockwood, leads in prayer. Academic Dean, Wayne Strickland announces the recipients of the Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. Deans Dave Jongeward and Karen Fancher announce the recipients of Multnomah Bible College awards. Courtney Rice sings the traditional hymn, "How Great Thou Art." Female baccalaureate speaker, Alaina Arp, speaks from 1 Corinthians 3:2-3 about how Christians should write their life stories to communicate God's truth. Male baccalaureate speaker, Michael Stern, speaks from 1 John 4:9-10 about people's value in Christ.


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  • Seminary Baccalaureate - Sue Newton 5/13/2011

    Stan Campbell leads in singing "God of the Ages." Multnomah President, Daniel Lockwood, leads in prayer. Seminary Dean, Robb Redman announces the recipients of the Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities and the recipients of Multnomah Biblical Seminary awards. Baccalaureate speaker, Sue Newton, reads from Haggai 2:4, and exhorts believers to be strong in God's work because He is with them.


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  • 2011 Graduation Commencement Address - Carolyn Custis James 5/13/2011


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  • Regaining First Love - Nate Hettinga 5/12/2011

    Dr. Nate Hettinga, pastor of Cascade Community Church, speaks at the New Alumni Celebration dinner. He shares his story about how he fell in love with his wife. Dr. Hettinga reads from Revelation 2 and discusses how Christians lose their first love for Jesus and how they can regain it. He encourages students to stay close to the Savior after graduation.


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  • Live for Christ - Quincy Robinson 5/5/2011

    All the worship chapel leaders join together for the last Worship Chapel of the year. They lead students in singing praise songs focused on God’s goodness and might. Quincy Robinson reads from Luke 9:23-26 and encourages students to deny self and live like Christ.


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  • Cultural Compasses - Don Richardson 5/3/2011

    Missionary and author of "The Peace Child", Don Richardson, speaks about how cultural compasses point to Jesus. He discusses how these compasses are found in all cultures and aid evangelism. He shares his experiences finding a cultural compass while ministering to the Sawi people.


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  • Notes to Self - Dr. Tom Hauff 5/2/2011

    In the final Journeys Chapel of the semester, Dr. Tom Hauff shares life lessons he learned about the self. He encourages students to honestly evaluate themselves and to focus on changing themselves. Dr. Hauff speaks about how he applies these principles in his life.


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April

  • All Worship Chapel with Carl Laws - Dave Jongeward, Faith Mutagubya, Dr. Dan Scalberg, Dr. Dan Lockwood 4/26/2011

    Dean Dave Jongeward recognized Ann Staatz for her 23 years of service as Multnomah's Journalism professor. Faith Mutagubya and Dr. Daniel Scalberg express their appreciation for Professor Staatz. Multnomah President, Dr. Daniel Lockwood, presents Professor Staatz with a plaque to commemorate her excellent service at Multnomah. Carl Laws leads a gospel-style worship time focused on praising God for His greatness and goodness.


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  • Missions in Uganda - Alex Mutagubya 4/25/2011

    Dave Jongeward announces the recipients of the Norm and Muriel Cook Endowment Award. Multnomah Alumnus, Alex Mutagubya, shares his journey of faith from Uganda to Multnomah and then to full-time ministry in Uganda. He speaks about the practice and importance of stepping out in faith and trusting God to lead.


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  • Good Friday - Dr. John Robertson 4/22/2011

    Dr. John Robertson leads students in a liturgical Good Friday service reflecting on Christ's humility and work surrounding His crucifixion. Dr. Robertson, Dr. Al Baylis, Professor Chuck Schreiner, and Melinda Loomis read Bible passages about Christ's death on the cross. Loomis and Suzanne Smith lead in singing hymns. Students participate in the chapel through responsive prayer and reading.


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  • Broken to be Rebuilt - Ryan Bentley 4/18/2011

    Deans Karen Fancher and Dave Jongeward present the Student Employment Award to Samuel Nagel and Alaina Arp. Danny Clifton leads a time of worship through singing contemporary praise songs and prayer. Multnomah student Ryan Bently shares his testimony and how God rebuilt his broken life so he could reach people for Christ.


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  • Beautiful Response: Responding to Gods Faithfulness and Justice - Stan Campbell 4/15/2011

    On the final day of the Beautiful Response, students present art reflecting on God's faithfulness and justice. Professor Stan Campbell discusses how the believer's response to God's justice and faithfulness means acknowledging, acclaiming, and acting on the truth.


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  • Beautiful Response: Responding to Hope in God - Dr. Tom Hauff 4/14/2011

    Sabrina Johnson introduces the theme of the Beautiful Response's third day as hope. She reads from Psalm 33:18. Students share paintings, poetry, and original songs, stories, mixed media, and photo designs reflecting believers' hope in God. Dr. Tom Hauff speaks about four aspects of hope: the focus, essence, nourishment, and certainty of hope.


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  • Beautiful Response: Responding to Gods Love and Grace - Students 4/12/2011

    Amanda Allquist announces the upcoming Multnomah College and Seminary Pillow Fight. For the second day of the Beautiful Response, students and staff present art, essays, paintings, poetry, and original songs focused on God's love and grace.


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  • Beautiful Response: Responding to Gods Majesty - Dr. Brad Harper 4/11/2011

    On the first day of the Beautiful Response, students share their paintings, poetry, and original songs focused on God's majesty. Dr. Brad Harper speaks about how responding to God's majesty through art involves fear, tension, redemption, and hope.


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  • Reaching Jews for Christ - Dr. Mitch Glaser 4/7/2011

    Matt Rensi invites students to attend the upcoming Worldseen presentation and shows a video about the Worldseen ministry. Dr. Mitch Glaser, president of Chosen People Ministries, shares his experience finding Jesus as a young Jewish boy. He discusses ways to reach out to Jewish people through evangelism, and he prays over the student body in Hebrew.


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  • Meadowlark Lemon: Bringing Joy - Meadowlark Lemon 4/5/2011

    Jeremy Nakasone invites students to the upcoming New Wine, New Wineskins showing of the video documentary, Adopt-A-Jesus. Dr. Lockwood speaks about opportunities for marketplace ministry in China. Coach Lois Vos introduces Meadowlark Lemon, former Harlem Globetrotters member and current owner of the Meadowlark Harlem All-Stars. He speaks about God's influence in his life and his experiences sharing Jesus through his basketball tours.


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March

  • 1611 King James Bible History and Impact - Dr. Don Brake 3/15/2011

    To celebrate the 400th anniversary of the 1611 King James Bible, Multnomah Biblical Seminary Dean Emeritus, Dr. Donald Brake, shares his experiences collecting antique Bibles and writing visual histories of the Bible. He discusses the history of the KJV and its relevance to people today.


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  • Reflections on James - Danny Vore 3/14/2011

    Dr. Rob Hildebrand announces opportunities for students to attend and to serve at the upcoming Spring Thaw. Students sing contemporary and traditional praise songs in an All-Worship chapel focused on salvation in God. Danny Vore speaks about the book of James and how getting into God’s Word and taking action is relational.


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  • Preaching and Prevailing - Roy Slone 3/10/2011

    Students watch a video about Skate Church's upcoming missions trip to India. Josiah Johnson, who is part of the Skate Church team, asks students to pray in support of the missions trip. Melissa Miller leads a time of praising God through contemporary worship songs. Roy Slone from CrossWorld shares his experiences ministering to Muslims in Indonesia. He encourages students to realize that nothing can hold back the gospel and that Christians should actively reach out to Muslims for Christ.


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  • What is Hell? - Dr. Doug Shaak, Dr. Tom Hauff, Dr. Michael Gurney, Dr. Joseph Zichterman 3/7/2011

    Dr. Doug Schaak moderates a Hot Topic chapel about Hell. He shows a clip from pastor Rob Bell, who recently wrote a book about the implications of Hell, "Love Wins." Panelists Dr. Tom Hauff, Dr. Michael Gurney, and Dr. Joseph Zichterman discuss what the Bible teaches about Hell. Students ask the panelists questions.


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February

  • Lonie Friesen Tucker Bible Scholarship Contest - Dr. Karl Kutz 2/17/2011

    Noelle Shultz announces the upcoming Service Day for Global Ministries Conference. Dr. Rex Koivisto introduces the 2011 Lonie Friesen Tucker Bible Scholarship finalists Joel Harris, Sky Henderson, Jenae Kaldunski, Joseph Larson, Jonathan Noble, Nathaniel Soohoo-Hui, Ryan Tallmon, and Tyler Walsh. Dr. Karl Kutz moderates the oral Bible contest, in which the finalists answer more than 50 Bible questions. Dr. Brad Harper, Dr. Tom Hauff, and Dr. Ray Lubeck present a scripture reading from 2 Timothy 3.


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  • Ministering Through Life - Dave and Joyce Schroeder 2/14/2011

    Heather Tourney announces the upcoming Service Day for Global Ministries Conference. Dave and Joyce Schroeder from Cadence International speak about having a heart for the lost. They share their journey ministering to youth in military families and encourage students to share the gospel through ministry and through their daily lives.


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  • Pursued Provided and Protected - Roy Andrews 2/10/2011

    Brian Pickett announces the first Multicultural Student Association meeting. Andrew Roland announces an opportunity for students to join the Community Response Team. Dr. Roy Andrews shares his journey learning about God throughout his life. He speaks about how Christ pursued, provided for, and protected him. Students ask Dr. Andrews questions about his spiritual journey.


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January

  • Alumni Game Show - Michelle Peel 1/20/2011

    Director of Alumni Relations, Michelle Peel, hosts the Alumni Game Show. Two teams comprised of students, alumni, and faculty compete to answer trivia questions about Multnomah, pop culture, Bible knowledge, and history. Hannah Augee announces the winner of the box seat tickets to the upcoming Student-Alumni Blazer Game event on January 27. Ronda Glazner announces the upcoming Homecoming Sports Day on January 22.


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  • Sharing Hope - Congresswoman Linda Smith 1/18/2011

    Dean Karen Fancher introduces former Congresswoman and founder of Shared Hope International, Linda Smith. Through personal testimony and videos, Smith shares her journey in helping human trafficking victims worldwide. She discusses the state of human trafficking in the United States and how Christians can make a difference.


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  • Everyday Christianity - Martin Alphonse 1/13/2011

    Jim Saemenes explains the upcoming Martin Luther King, Jr., Service Day and plays a video excerpt of Dr. King's speech on serving. Dr. Martin Alphonse shares elements of his faith journey: compassion, conversion, and commission. He discusses how Christians are called to live these three elements in everyday life.


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2010

December

  • Fall Graduation - Various 12/17/2010

    Graduation doesn't just happen in the spring - Fall graduates get to do it in December too! Listen to the December 2010 graduation chapel.


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  • Ambassador Choir Sing-a-long - Stan Campbell, Ambassador Choir 12/9/2010

    Multnomah's Ambassador Choir performs a selection from their "Christmas In the City" performance. Professor Stan Campbell and the Ambassador Choir lead students in singing Christmas carols.


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  • The Advent Conspiracy - Ken Weigel 12/6/2010

    Hannah Augee announces the upcoming Student Alumni Blazer Game January 27, 2011. Ken Weigel from Imago Dei Community speaks about the Advent Conspiracy effort. He discusses how the Advent Conspiracy was created to combat consumerism during the Christmas season. He encourages students to participate in the Advent Conspiracy by spending less and giving to outreach, by giving relational gifts, and by focusing on Christ's love expressed in His incarnation. Students sing traditional Christmas songs.


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November

  • Gospel Chapel - Students 11/30/2010

    Quincy Robinson leads Multnomah in a gospel worship setting.


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  • Christ's Provision - Dr. Dan Lockwood 11/22/2010

    Stan Campbell leads students in singing the doxology and hymns thanking God for His gifts. Dr. Dan Lockwood leads students in reciting Apostles Creed and in prayer. He reads from John 19:25 and speaks about Jesus' provision for his mother even while He hung on the cross. Faculty serve communion to students, and Dr. Lockwood closes the service in prayer.


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  • Invisible Children - Students 11/18/2010

    Students watch a trailer for "Grace," a documentary from Invisible Children about rescued child soldiers, and they watch a video about Invisible Children's efforts in Northern Uganda. James shares his story of growing up in Northern Uganda and receiving a Legacy Scholarship from Invisible Children. Robert speaks about his experience mentoring Ugandan children for Invisible Children.


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  • Inheriting a Heart for Ministry - Dr. Dan Christiansen 11/16/2010

    Robert Leary, director of Promotions and Communications, announces an upcoming on-campus screening of "The Grace Card" and shows a trailer of the movie. Professor Dan Christiansen speaks about his grandfather's and his parents' heart for ministry and the influence they had on his life. He encourages students to love one another through small actions in daily life.


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  • Knowing the Extent of God's Love - Matt Mikalatos 11/15/2010

    Dean Karen Fancher announces the upcoming Day of Prayer and blood drive. Matt Mikalatos, author of "Imaginary Jesus", speaks about believers' false perceptions of Christ. He reads 1 John 3:2-3 and discusses how believers can project their own thinking onto their perception of Jesus. Mikalatos speaks on how people in the Bible responded to Jesus and what Jesus reveals about Himself.


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  • Veteran's Day - Veterans 11/11/2010


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  • Skate Church Ministry - Paul Anderson 11/2/2010

    Paul Anderson, founder of Skate Church, shows a video and shares stories of children whose lives have been changed through the Skate Church ministry. He shares his testimony and how God uses people to save others. He quotes Romans 10:13-17 and challenges students to share the gospel.


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October

  • New Wine Tastings - Dr. Paul Metzger, Dr. Brad Harper 10/21/2010

    Dr. Paul Metzger speaks about the importance of Christians engaging culture. He explains several approaches Christians take toward culture and says engaging culture in a biblical relational manner goes beyond arguments, statistics, and power politics - it is bearing witness to Christ in the world. Dr. Harper shares about his involvement in New Wines, New Wineskins ministry and answers questions from students.


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  • Response to God's Love - Dan Owens 10/19/2010

    Multnomah Alumnus Dan Owens, evangelist and founder of Eternity Minded Ministries, speaks about how Christians should respond to God's love. He reads from Luke 12 and discusses how believers should be awestruck by God's grace, follow God's values rather than the world's, and understand their purpose in the world.


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  • God Loves to Save - Dr. Arturo Azurdia 10/14/2010

    Dr. Arturo Azurdia speaks about how God loves to save people. He reads from the book of Joshua about Rahab's process of salvation: she heard testimony about God, acknowledged Him as God, and sought deliverance from judgment. Dr. Azurdia says that Rahab's faith was the consequence of God's work in her heart.


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  • Evangelism in Europe - Paul Pablo Santos 10/7/2010

    Pastor Samuel Paul Santos speaks about the need for evangelism in Europe and reads from Acts 16:8-10 about the first evangelistic mission to Europe. Using the Philippian church as a model, he describes how churches should reach out to Europe. He shares his experiences planting in Portugal.


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September

  • Alumnus of the Year 2010 - Neil Johnson 9/28/2010

    Dr. Daniel Lockwood introduces Multnomah's 2010 Alumnus of the Year, Neil Johnson. In a video interview, Mr. and Mrs. Johnson share their journey through losing their daughter, Melanie. Neil Johnson speaks to students about God's faithfulness during storms believers face in life. Nate Kellog leads students in singing "Great Is Thy Faithfulness."


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  • God at Work - Students 9/21/2010

    Danny Clifton leads an All-Worship chapel praising God for His goodness and presence in people's lives. Noelle Schultz reads a passage from 1 Chronicles. Students Danny Vore, Ryan Topper, Ashley Holloway, and Mickey Fernandez share how God worked through them over the summer.


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  • The Role of Prayer - Dawson Taylor, Caitlin Parker, Dean Karen Fancher 9/20/2010

    David Grigg leads students in singing contemporary worship songs expressing love for God. Dawson Taylor and Caitlin Parker introduce this year's month of prayer focusing on praying as a community. Dean Karen Fancher encourages students to make prayer a priority, to listen to God, and to pray through scripture.


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  • What do I do about the sin in my life? - Dr. Gerry Breshears 9/17/2010

    Are we good people who do bad things? Or are we bad people who do good things? Dr. Breshears unpacks where we stand as Christians and where our desire to sin comes from. Galatians 5:16 is used as the scripture to delve into what it means to be a Christian that has evil desires.


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  • The Lord Who Calls - Dr. Gerry Breshears 9/16/2010

    Dr. Karl Kutz opens the third day of the Christian Life Conference by reading from Hosea 11 and leading in prayer. Dr. Gerry Breshears discusses two aspects of holiness: difference and devotion. Reading from Exodus 34, Deuteronomy 32, and Colossians 1, he explores how a holy God can be jealous and how idols in people's lives involve spiritual warfare


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  • The Holy Lord - Dr. Gerry Breshears 9/15/2010

    On the second day of the Christian Life Conference, students view a video of a sermon from Dr. Mitchell about the place Jesus has in the individual's life. Dr. Gerry Breshears speaks about the concept of holiness from Isaiah chapter six and the individual's relationship with a holy God.


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  • The Lord of Glory - Dr. Gerry Breshears 9/14/2010

    Professor Domani Pothen introduces the John G. Mitchell Christian Life Conference and this year's guest speaker, Dr. Gerry Breshears. Dr. Breshears speaks about the person and character of God. He discusses the seven things God reveals about Himself in Exodus 34:6-7 and explores God's personal interaction with people.


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  • Ideas on Love and Action - Dr. Tom Hauff 9/7/2010

    Multnomah professor, Dr. Tom Hauff, speaks about the meaning of "love" and "compel" in 2 Corinthians 5:14. He explores three Bible passages on love: John 3:16, Numbers 21:6-9, and Ephesians 4:32-5:2. Dr. Hauff explains how love includes action and belief.


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  • Christ's Love Compels Us - Dean Karen Fancher, Jim Saemenes 9/2/2010

    Quentin Robinson leads students in worship songs. Dean Karen Fancher reads 2 Corinthians 5:14-15 and speaks about spiritual growth and ministry at Multnomah. She invites students to integrate relationship and truth into their lives. Students testify on what they learned in ministry. Jim Saemenes speaks about Multnomah's student ministry program.


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August

  • Fall Convocation Chapel - Dr. Dan Lockwood 8/31/2010

    Dean Robb Redman welcomes students to Multnomah and leads in opening prayer, and Professor Stan Campbell leads in singing a hymn. Dean Karen Fancher encourages students to seek wisdom during their semester. Multnomah President Dr. Daniel Lockwood gives the convocation address, focusing on God's holiness. He explains three ways students can view God's holiness: through the Bible, through their studies, and through Jesus.


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