Faith

SCJ Names Sutherland A Promising Scholar

Nathaniel Sutherland ’17 received a Promising Scholar Award from Stone-Campbell Journal for the 2016-’17 academic year. Sutherland was one of 14 undergraduates in the nation to receive the annual award given to students who show outstanding promise in biblical and theological education. Stone-Campbell Journal announced the award recipients in late September “I am humbled to…

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NCU’s Library and Special Collections Honors the Protestant Reformation

The Kellenberger Library is honoring the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation by displaying several of its Reformation-era Bibles in a joint exhibit with the University of Oregon Libraries’ Special Collections. “The beginning of the Protestant Reformation is traditionally associated with Oct. 31, 1517, when Martin Luther tacked his 95 theses to a church door…

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NCU Embraces The Community

More than 300 Northwest Christian University students, faculty and staff will engage with 24 non-profit organizations during the annual Embrace The Community event on Thurs., Sept. 14, 2017. “ETC participants will sign up for a variety of work assignments to provide needed assistance to the non-profit organizations who do so much good for the community…

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NCU Hosts Annual Church Fair

Pastors from Northwest Christian University’s Heritage Churches as well as pastors, priests and representatives from 30 churches and student ministries from the greater Eugene-Springfield area greeted students, faculty and staff after the Thurs., Sept. 7, Chapel Service in the Morse Event Center. “Our annual Church Fair gives NCU students an easy pathway to connect with…

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Skye Jethani Comes to Campus Sept. 12

Nationally renowned author, speaker, consultant, and ordained pastor, Skye Jethani, will speak with the Northwest Christian University campus community on Tues., Sept. 12, during Chapel in the Morse Events Center at 11 a.m. Also, he will make a brief presentation and be available for a question and answer session at 3 p.m. in the Ross…

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Review: NCU Performing Arts Celebrates a Wonderful Year of Growth!

The 2016-‘17 academic year was a big one for The Grove Collective as its four bands, including two traveling groups, led worship in 40 campus chapels, six University sponsored events and partnered with many churches throughout Oregon, including The First Baptist Church of Eugene, Valley Christian Church of Wilsonville, The Onyx House of Eugene Faith…

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Eugene Mission, GloryBee Foods and Phil Speers honored by Northwest Christian University

Eugene car dealer Phil Speers, GloryBee Foods and the Eugene Mission have been named as this year’s recipients of ethical leadership awards by Northwest Christian University’s Center for Leadership & Ethics. “Phil Speers, GloryBee and the Eugene Mission embody the very best of what we strive to teach our students in the classroom and through…

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Combs Wins Bash-Whisler

Chloe Combs, a senior majoring in Christian Ministry won the 55th Annual Bash-Whisler Bible Reading Contest held in the Morse Event Center at Northwest Christian University on Fri., Feb. 23, 2017. Contestants selected two passages of scripture, one from the Old Testament, to read aloud, and another from the New Testament, that is recited from…

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Bash-Whisler Bible Reading Contest is Feb. 23rd

The 55th Annual Bash-Whisler Bible Reading Contest will be held in the Morse Event Center at Northwest Christian University on Thurs., Feb. 23, 2017, at 11 a.m. The competition draws student entrants from across the campus community who select two passages of scripture, one from the Old Testament, to read aloud, and another from the New…

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Nick Askew Proves Large Families and Crazy Jobs Can Coexist

Sports Information Director Nick Askew and his family were featured in the Fall 2016 issue of CoSIDA 360 magazine. Source: Northwest Christian University Athletics – SID Proves Large Families and Crazy Jobs Can Coexist

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