Tag - Video

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Homecoming Week
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Once In a Lifetime Opportunity
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Campus Center Anthem
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7×7 Challenge
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Sunday Mornin’
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antiqueing and sports
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Motivated and Rejuvenated to Finish the Final 4 Weeks
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MNU News
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Once Upon a Sunday Afternoon
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11 thoughts

Homecoming Week

Homecoming week was full of fun, excitement, and adventure! Watch this video to see many of the events that took place. (Stick around until the end for a message from a few of our past bloggers, Joey and Mario.) Enjoy! -KT

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Once In a Lifetime Opportunity

Every now and then you get to do something extraordinary. Today I, along with the rest of the MNU football team have the privileged to play in the first annual NAIA Gridiron Challenge at Arrowhead Stadium. (YES! BABY, WHERE THE CHIEFS PLAY!!!) It’s also the first “Defeat all Cancer Game.” It was inspired by our offensive coordinator, Bruce Pielstick. This is a chance to not only play football, but it is a chance to affect people’s lives. There is an article on this game:MNU’s Arrowhead game declared ‘Defeat All Cancer’ game. Every player on the MNU football team who will[…]

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7×7 Challenge

Hey Blog World! Here is a video from a cool academic event on campus called 7×7 Challenge. 7 Professors had 7 minutes to discuss an area of study that interested them, and then we in the audience voted on the most interesting or our favorite presentation. I included clips from every speaker and a few funny moments. Hope you enjoy!

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Sunday Mornin’

Bloggers- Here is a video from my church a couple weeks ago. For those just tuning in, I go to Mission Church in Overland Park. This is Rachel and Wallace Fa’agutu, they are Hawaiian musicians and also children’s ministers. They have an album called “Little Songbirds” that I would STRONGLY recommend, especially if you know kids and want some fun worship music with an island influence 🙂 They also have a few other records here: http://rachelnicolemusic.com/discography/. This particular song is by Matisyahu called “Live Like a Warrior.” I’m a HUGE fan of their cover, so I hope you enjoy it[…]

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antiqueing and sports

Hello blog readers! So if you don’t know this about me, I love to go to antique stores. I know a lot of them back home, but I haven’t had the chance to really roam around the Olathe/Kansas City area to find any within a good distance of MNU. This past weekend, I had the chance to roam. I went to an antique store called Lone Elm Antique Mall. From the outside it doesn’t look like a huge store, but on their flyer that I took after I roamed through this place, it says that have over 120 booths filled[…]

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Motivated and Rejuvenated to Finish the Final 4 Weeks

Spring Break Work & Witness Mission Trip to the Dominican Republic.   A Work and Witness Mission Trip is a no brainer great way to spend time, money, and resources. No regrets have I heard any person say they have after going and serving on one. MNU offers several every single year. And if you don’t think you’d like to do one of those, you can go with churches all around this area, Living Hope Church of the Nazarene in particular is going back to the DR next June!!   And Now, School life, assignments, pages to be read, and[…]

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Once Upon a Sunday Afternoon

Greetings Bloglings. I’d like to start by giving a shout out to Jordan Warren, member of the Pioneer Class of 2018. He asked the question, “What really goes on when class is out of session?” Answer: MNU PD. …well, maybe not after every class. Hopefully this will paint the picture: One Sunday afternoon, my friend Konner and I got this idea to make a video speculating a day in the life of our very own Campus Safety, with influences from hit TV shows The Office and Reno 911. A trip to Goodwill and a few phone calls later, this video[…]

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11 thoughts

So yeah, just 11 thoughts that I wanted to share. Here they are written out: 11. It’s always a frightening moment when you’re not sure if all that came out was just gas. 10. There is no “morning after” or regret when a person follows Christ. (Without going into any details, there have frankly been times in my life when I woke up in the morning wishing I had made different decisions the previous day.) 9. Faith, particularly faithfulness to Him, is risky. 8. Vulnerability too is risky; but I have found that the reward far outweighs the cost. 7.[…]

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