Faith

NCU is One of Oregon’s Safest

In case you missed it, NCU is one of Oregon’s safest universities! KEZI reports: http://www.kezi.com/news/New_Report_Ranks_Safest_Colleges_in_Oregon.html  

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Prof. Srader Grades Presidential Debates

Professor and experienced speech and debate coach, Dr. Doyle Srader, gives recent Presidential debates a grade. Story from KVAL News: http://kval.com/news/local/local-experts-say-connecting-to-the-audience-and-camera-makes-a-difference-in-debates  

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Fair Brings Students & Churches Together

After Chapel Service on Thurs., Sept. 8, students, faculty, and staff were invited to attend the annual Church Fair to learn more about Northwest Christian University’s Heritage Churches as well as about the many other opportunities for Worship throughout the area. “Rarely, do churches get an opportunity to work together for a common cause, yet,…

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Convocation Begins Fall ’16 Semester

Students, faculty, and staff gathered in the Morse Event Center for Northwest Christian University’s 121st Convocation on Weds., Aug. 31, 2016. After students and staff were seated, those gathered sang Great is Thy Faithfulness, while faculty and staff members processed onto the event center.  The music was performed by Addison Wong, NCU’s Musical Director, who…

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The Region Will Be Alive With Music From NCU

The Performing Arts Department has announced its 2016 Fall performance schedule featuring The Grove Collective, University Choir & Orchestra, and Jazz Band. NCU students will perform annually at 20 different venues throughout the region. “Our students are talented and they are passionate about sharing their music with the community,” said Karen DeYoung, M.A.,  Assistant Professor…

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Beacons Meet Up in Idaho’s Treasure Valley

Northwest Christian University President Joseph Womack, Ed.D. met with Alumni in the Meridian/Boise, Idaho area, June 11 and 12, to report on the 2015-’16 academic year and to get reacquainted with friends and supporters of the university . “It was wonderful connecting with Beacons in the Treasure Valley,” Dr. Womack said. “The area has a…

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Original King James Bible Added To NCU’s Bushnell Rare Book & Bible Collection

Hong Kong architect and church builder Anthony S.O. Wong presented a genuine, original 1613/1614 King James Bible to Northwest Christian University’s President Joseph Womack, Ed.D. and the university trustees during a special pre-commencement breakfast on Sat., May 7, 2016. “NCU is a highly-regarded Christian academic institution where the Gospel is tightly woven into a student’s…

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Cambodia Reflection – Be Still & Know

Before I left the US to come to Cambodia many people told me that they would pray for me because there are many dangers in foreign countries. Disease, heat stroke, malaria, and sex trafficking are a few things we could be faced with. But before I left, I went to my church and the sermon…

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Beacons For Life: Senior Banquet

Graduating seniors will gather for the Inaugural Senior Banquet Celebration: Beacons for Life, slated for Wed., April 27, 2016, in the NCU Banquet Room. “This is going to be a fun evening for the Class of 2016 as they gather to celebrate graduation, enjoy each other’s company, give thanks, and look forward to what is…

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Mentors & Mentees Gather For Annual Luncheon

Forty students, mentors, and advisory board members participating in Northwest Christian University’s Center for Leadership & Ethics program gathered for an end of the semester luncheon in the Burke-Griffeth Banquet Room. During the school year, 16 students were paired with community leaders who served as mentors.  The students and their mentors met regularly throughout the…

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