The global studies program equips students for a deep commitment to understanding and engaging in the global issues affecting our world today. Continue Reading »
“Even if I knew the path of my life back then…even if I knew that one day I’d own Saddleback, I would go to Multnomah again,” says Munson. Continue Reading »
The biblical wisdom Potter cultivated at Multnomah continues to inspire her career. “My faith influences every aspect of my work,” she says. “So much of naturopathy is steeped in the Scriptures.” Continue Reading »
Erik Mendoza’s experience at MU provided a solid foundation for his future, and the principles he took from the classroom — and the basketball court — continue to inspire him. Continue Reading »
Multnomah University is adding a new scholarship named after Distinguished Professor Emeritus David Needham, who taught at MU for 44 years. Needham has published four books, including “Close To His Majesty,” which he is offering to the Multnomah community for free. Continue Reading »
The Multnomah community grieves the tragic loss of nine of our brothers and sisters in Christ at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina. Once again we find ourselves mourning because of a senseless and evil act of racially targeted violence. Our hearts are broken.
We echo this liturgy shared by one of our local churches in expressing our heartfelt cry unto the Lord on behalf of our kingdom family in Charleston. Continue Reading »