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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NNU Spotlight: Spiritual Formation Specialization

When you pursue your Master of Divinity or Master of Arts degree from Northwest Nazarene University’s School of Theology & Christian Ministries, you’ll have ten graduate degree tracks from which to choose. One of our most popular specializations is Spiritual Formation. It’s also the first fully online graduate track NNU rolled out more than a […]

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Spotlight: NNU’s Master of Arts Programs

Northwest Nazarene University’s Master of Arts fully online programs are perfect for those who are testing the ministry waters, seeking personal spiritual development, or wanting to add more tools to their spiritual toolkit. So why pursue one of five Master of Arts degrees from Northwest Nazarene University’s School of Theology & Christian Ministries? There are […]

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Here’s What’s Great about NNU’s MDiv

You’ve heard God’s call and you’re clear: You want to pursue a Master of Divinity degree. So what’s special about the MDiv at Northwest Nazarene University’s School of Theology & Christian Ministries? Plenty. The MDiv has long been the gold standard for ministry preparation, whether you’re seeking ordination as a pastor, associate, chaplain, or missionary […]

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MDiv or MA? It starts with a question.

You’re hearing God’s call—maybe it’s in a whisper, maybe it’s through a megaphone. You’re discovering that a call to ministry is also a call to preparation. Now you wish God could be more specific: do I need a Master of Divinity or a Master of Arts degree? Northwest Nazarene University’s School of Theology & Christian […]

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NNU MDiv, MA: You Have Options

When it comes to pursuing your Master of Divinity or Master of Arts degree from Northwest Nazarene University’s School of Theology & Christian Ministries, you have a lot of options. Ten of them, to be exact. That’s the number of graduate degree tracks NNU offers. All of them are fully online with no residential requirements. […]

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Should Theological Studies be Online?

When I was first asked to teach in Northwest Nazarene University’s graduate programs more than a decade ago, I was a busy pastor living in Phoenix. “How could I possibly teach in Nampa, Idaho?” I thought to myself. That’s when I learned NNU was launching an online program in spiritual formation. I’ll be honest: my […]

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Learn with People from Across the World

It used to be when you went to seminary in the United States, your classmates would likely be white, male and American. While that’s still true in many places, it’s not true when you pursue an online theological graduate degree from Northwest Nazarene University’s School of Theology & Christian Ministries. You’ll literally learn with people […]

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Online Info Session April 11

“What will it be like?” That’s at the top of your mind as you consider earning your Master of Divinity or Master of Arts degree online through Northwest Nazarene University’s School of Theology & Christian Ministries. RSVP for our next Online Information Session and you’ll be on your way to getting answers to all of […]

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Introducing NNU’s newest blog: Lead with Love

Everybody’s blogging, it seems—including Northwest Nazarene University (NNU). So why is NNU adding one more blog to the already crowded blogosphere that is rich with blogs for Nazarenes? Because we have something to say—but more importantly, we think we have something you want to hear. That’s why we’re introducing “Lead with Love,” a blog for […]

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