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The value of relationships

2014 graduates reflect on the single most transformative aspect of their NNU education.
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Restorative hope within community

Jared and Stephanie Trygg find space for emotional and spiritual healing after a two-year battle with cancer.
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Relationships matter in the church

Dr. Mike Kipp addresses the alarming issue of youth leaving the church and how building integrated relationships with others can help.
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Plan Ahead

Make plans now to attend Homecoming & Family Weekend 2014, Nov 6-8.
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Crusaders experience China (#GoNNUCrusaders)

September 15, 2014

The Crusader women’s volleyball team took their game around the globe on a cultural exchange trip to China. They saw the sites, upped their game, and learned that choosing Division 2 means having an unrivaled student-athlete experience.

Spiritual transformation within the classroom

July 28, 2014

Organic chemistry class. It’s not a scene that evokes thoughts of spiritual transformation or religious encounters. But amidst lab coats, goggles and beakers full of chemicals, NNU Nursing student Brandi Johnson has discovered what it means to have a real relationship with Jesus Christ.

NNU on a mission: Ghana

July 2, 2014

NNU values relationships—relationships fostered through community that run deep enough to cross oceans. Dr. Joe Gorman, NNU professor of pastoral theology, and Frank Mills, a district superintendent of the Nazarene Church in Ghana, Africa, have been friends for years encouraging and supporting one another through ministry.

Ten ways to make friends in college

July 2, 2014

​Feeling both excited and terrified about starting over when you go off to college in the fall? Navigating a new social atmosphere after leaving the comfort (or discomfort) of your high school scene can be unnerving, but breaking into a new group is important to getting the most out of your college experience.

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Highlight: Dr. Dale S. Kuehne

Dr. Dale S. Kuehne is a professor of politics and founding director of the New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College and also serves as interim pastor of Christ's Church of Amherst, N.H. He guest lectured on campus in February on the topic of restoring relational hope in an age of individualism.

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