Pursuing Your Seminary Education Takes Faith

Often when I talk to prospective students, they’re struggling. However, their struggle is not so much about the Graduate Theological Online Education (GTOE) programs at Northwest Nazarene University’s School of Theology & Christian Ministries. They’re also not wrestling so much with God’s calling. Instead, it’s the financial challenge of a theological education. How will they […]

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NNU’s Professor’s Book on Worship a First

At Northwest Nazarene University’s School of Theology & Christian Ministries, I’m blessed to be part of a team of faculty who are exceptional instructors as well as world-class scholars. In fact, our professors are among the most published in the Wesleyan-Holiness movement. My colleague, Dr. Brent Peterson, exemplifies this commitment to scholarship as evidenced by […]

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New Year, New You at NNU

With the New Year upon us it’s decision-making time. I’m not talking about losing weight. But if that’s on your list of resolutions, go for it! I’m talking about making one of the best decisions of your life: Earning your Master of Divinity or Master of Arts degree. Keeping that resolution is easier, thanks to […]

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NNU’s Faculty are Committed: To Scholarship, to Faith, to YOU

I love my ministry at Northwest Nazarene University’s School of Theology & Christian Ministries. One of the main reasons: My colleagues. Across the board, our faculty members are committed—to our students, to our faith, to scholarship, and to each other. Our commitment to our students is evident in everything we do. We’re available to them—via […]

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NNU Offers Personal Support for Online Learners

When you join our ranks as an online graduate student at Northwest Nazarene University’s School of Theology & Christian Ministries, you can expect to receive the support you need for success. From our online graduate assistant to my faculty colleagues and me, you’ll have a team that is at the ready—to answer your questions, to […]

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NNU’s Success in Online Learning Started in 2000

It was January 1998 in Nampa, Idaho. Over lunch at a nearby Chinese restaurant, Northwest Nazarene University’s then-Vice President for Academic Affairs Sam Dunn offered Dr. George Lyons a challenge. He wanted NNU’s small Division of Philosophy and Religion to take on a new project: offering online graduate programs. Two years later, in early 2000, […]

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Spotlight: NNU’s Missional Leadership Track

Choices, choices. You’ll have a lot of them when you pursue your fully online Master of Divinity or Master of Arts degree from Northwest Nazarene University’s School of Theology & Christian Ministries. NNU offers 10 graduate degree tracks, or specializations, from which to choose. Many of our graduate students choose the Missional Leadership track as […]

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FREE Webinar to Showcase NNU Graduate Theology Degrees

You’re clear that God is calling you to pursue a fully online graduate theology degree through Northwest Nazarene University’s School of Theology & Christian Ministries. But, still, you have questions. Do you pursue a Master of Divinity or Master of Arts degree? Which of NNU’s graduate degree tracks do you choose from? Ask questions and […]

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NNU Specialization Spotlight: Youth, Church & Culture

The world has changed considerably over the past 60 years, especially for our young people, and yet how churches “do” youth ministry has changed very little. If you’re interested in learning more about these cultural shifts—how they happened and why—and how we can better reach and support adolescents, consider taking the Youth, Church & Culture […]

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Online Information Night June 11

Whether you’ve committed to pursuing your graduate theological studies online through Northwest Nazarene University’s School of Theology & Christian Ministries—or you’re still deciding—NNU’s Online Information Session will help you understand what you can expect. During NNU’s Online Information Session, Tuesday, June 11, from 4-6 p.m. MDT (GMT-6), you’ll choose from one of four 30-minute sessions. […]

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