As evidenced by NNU’s people both then and now, the heritage of teaching Christian truths with a global perspective that defined NNU’s inception still defines its future.
Dr. Ben Earwicker is passionate about preparing students to engage an increasingly interconnected world. His example as an academian, world traveler and cultural expert is inspiring students to be positive agents of social change wherever they are, whatever their vocation.
A team of senior engineering students creates a 10-year master plan for the Kudjip Hospital and Mission Station in PNG; they learn that God uses willing servants from every discipline to continue HIs redeeming work.
Founding Project C.U.R.E. to supply medical equipment to clinics in developing countries proved to alumni Jim and Anna Marie Jackson that “seeking first the kingdom” is the only path to true fulfillment.
NNU Professor of Theology Dr. George Lyons retires from his prolific career in Nazarene higher education but not from teaching, training and touching lives around the world.