Learn about NNU’s MA/MDiv during Ministry Discovery Showcase

If you sense that God may be leading you into ministry—or maybe you just want to pursue deeper spiritual enrichment—then tune in to the next Ministry Discovery Showcase offered by Northwest Nazarene University’s School of Theology & Christian Ministries. This one-hour, facilitated online webinar will be at noon (MST), Wednesday, Nov. 6. As the director […]

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Nov 2013
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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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Oct 2013
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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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October 22 ProfTalk explores missional discipleship

Where does discipleship end and evangelism begin? How can we connect faithfully with our neighbors as an authentic expression of our faith? If you’re interested in exploring and discussing missional discipleship, please join me for Northwest Nazarene University’s next ProfTalk at 4 p.m. (MDT), Tuesday, Oct. 22. During this live online forum, I’ll explore what […]

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Oct 2013
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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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Learn about NNU’s Online MDiv/MA During Info Night

Is God leading you to pursue your fully online Master of Divinity or Master of Arts degree at Northwest Nazarene University’s School of Theology & Christian Ministries? Then plan to attend NNU’s next Online Info Night on Tuesday, October 15. You’ll choose from one of four live 30-minute sessions offered between 4-6 pm MDT (GMT-6). […]

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Sep 2013
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Apply What You Learn Before You Graduate From NNU

Graduation day. It’s important, to be sure. But at Northwest Nazarene University’s School of Theology & Christian Ministries, you’ll begin applying what you’re learning—even while you’re still learning. At NNU, we strive to compress the gap between theory and practice. This kind of active learning takes many shapes at NNU. Some professors, for example, may give […]

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The Importance of Accreditation

Just recently I had a conversation with a prospective student who was interested in pursuing a graduate degree from Northwest Nazarene University’s School of Theology & Christian Ministries. The problem was he had started his studies at an unaccredited institution. He presumed all his credits would transfer to NNU and he was, understandably, very upset. […]

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Sep 2013
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Working with Youth? Tune in to ProfTalk with Mike Kipp

Youth Minister? Volunteer? Grandparent? Parent? If you want to better understand the young people in your life, then join me for Northwest Nazarene University’s ProfTalk: “21 is the New 16:Extended Adolescence,” an online forum at 1 p.m. (MDT), Tuesday, Sept. 17. As an associate professor of youth and family ministries, and as the program director […]

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5 Tips for Making Time for Your Online NNU Degree

Here are five tips to help you find time for your academic pursuits: 1)   Make room on your plate: The main reason adult students don’t succeed in pursuing their academic goals is they don’t make room for their studies. If you’re adding in something as significant as a Master of Divinity or Master of Arts […]

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