Tony Huynh believes Multnomah University’s Biblical training to be invaluable as he pursues full-time ministry. Through completing his Bachelor of Arts degree in Bible and Theology at MU, he saw the importance of investing time in a Christian community. He started working on campus and spending endless hours asking professors questions.
“I fell in love with the community and faculty here,” Huynh says. “What you put in is what you get out. Finding community comes from being present and intentional. Being available has allowed the professors to really pour into me.”
Huynh decided to continue his education at Multnomah Biblical Seminary. The professors in the seminary not only challenged and encouraged his faith, but they helped him explore his ethnic identity. Through these conversations, Huynh has gained a better understanding of his Vietnamese culture.
Thanks to his fruitful experience at MBS, Huynh plans to graduate with a Master of Arts in Theological Studies degree. Once Huynh graduates from MBS, he plans to take a break from school then eventually transition back into his role as a pastor while pursuing a doctoral degree.
“I know my time at MU has really formed me to go back full-time into ministry,” Huynh says.