The Love Edition
February's edition of Muse, Multnomah's online student publication, addresses issues of love and justice as Muse staff and contributors seek to understand the concept of love in a broken world.
Seeking Love and Justice
Muse staff member and MU senior Kristen Leach delves into the topic of loving through loss. She discusses how the pain of loss can open our eyes to love others more deeply.
On a lighter note, senior Dino Biaggi and his wife, Debra, tell their tale of entering a love story adventure that continues on as they strive to walk with God and honor each other. They share about the intentional choices they make to live out the vows they made to each other on their wedding day.
After attending The Justice Conference 2012, Muse editor and senior Aaron Esparza, DCP student Ian Macrea, and Muse editorial director and faculty adviser Cornelia Seigneur share through photography and words the insights they gained. The conference addressed issues such as sex trafficking, race issues, materialism, and much more.
Other students and alumni designed artwork, poetry, and fiction. Other great stories you don't want to miss are "Oozing with Love" by seminary student Hannah Marie Adams and "New Heights," a sports story by Gian Cook.
Muse with Us and then Move
Muse asks for response from its readers; plan to be challenged to action as you read.
Whether it's simply changing an attitude of our heart or actually investing in the call to evangelism, missions, or to social injustice relief, every one of us needs to respond to our own brokenness and the brokenness of the world around us. We need Christ and the world needs to know Him too.
We welcome you to offer your responses to particular stories on the Muse blog (Visit now).