NNU News

Crusader Choir & Orchestra tour Korea

May 4, 2016

Made possible by Korea Nazarene University and other NNU connections, the tour is planned to be very interactive with the people and culture there. Besides music—mission work and exposure to the Korean culture will be other focuses of this multifaceted trip.

Making a difference in Idaho, the nation, the world

February 17, 2016

The impact that the NNU Doceō Center is having on primary, secondary and postsecondary education stretches far beyond the campus to Idaho and even around the world. Dr. Eric Kellerer, Doceō Center director, shares the four primary areas in which the work of the center has taken place since its establishment in 2013.

Opportunities for change: summer mission trips

January 27, 2016

Each summer, Northwest Nazarene University sends out faculty and students to make a difference in people’s lives around the globe. This summer five mission teams will be sent to serve in Poland, Liberia, Colombia, Haiti, and Kenya.

Crusaders travel to Kenya to deliver Christmas gifts

January 19, 2016

Inspired by their coaches, Jake and Jenny Perry, seven current student-athletes and Northwest Nazarene alumnus Ashley Puga, volunteered their time this Christmas season to help Sean and Meredith Stewart with One 5 Ministries, and Andy and Jamie Fehr with Wordsower International.

Students serve the campus and local communities

October 26, 2015

During SGA's semi-annual Serve Day, 250 students participated in 14 separate events throughout the Treasure Valley. Volunteers helped multiple churches, non-profit organizations, schools and individuals with projects that varied from painting to gardening, yard work to building a jungle gym, litter collection to visiting people.

For the love of the game

October 20, 2015

After returning from a mission trip to Masaya, three baseball players discover a love for missional service and the country of Nicaragua.

SOLD Experience brings awareness to human trafficking

September 16, 2015

“SOLD: The Human Trafficking Experience” is coming to the NNU campus and College Church of the Nazarene to educate the community on human trafficking. Visitors to the SOLD Experience will have the opportunity to walk in the shoes of a modern-day slave.

Mangum Mission Series coming Sept. 23 & 25

September 16, 2015

The community is invited to attend the Mangum Mission Series where Pastor Greg Arthur, president of the board of directors for “Free the Girls,” will discuss human trafficking and offer a way we can partner with women rescued from sex-trafficking.

Engineering student named 2016 Miss Rodeo Idaho

July 22, 2015

On July 15, Heather Skovgard was named the 2016 Miss Rodeo Idaho at the centennial celebration of the Snake River Stampede. While being Miss Rodeo Idaho will be an intense task in and of itself, Heather is also entering her fourth and final year at NNU. She plans to graduate with a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering in May 2016.

NNU students make waves to bring awareness to global clean-water crisis

April 8, 2015

“Do for one what you wish you could do for all” has become the motto for four NNU students who have dedicated their time and energy to a fundraising and awareness campaign, dubbed “Rippleffect.”

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