Vol 19 Issue 1

Growing Programs Means Growing Staff

Northwest is growing! The rapid growth of our Immerse and Korean Language programs, and the resulting global opportunities has required Northwest to build its team. We have recognized God’s providence as He has brought several wonderful new people to our ministry team. Many of these new team members have a history with Northwest and Fellowship […]

Kent Anderson, Integrative Preaching

Northwest News: Congratulations on the publication of your new book. What led to you writting this particular book? Kent: I have been teaching this integrated preaching approach for 25 years and I felt it was time to put it into print. I wanted to produce a full comprehensive statement on this particular approach to preaching […]

Korean Language Programs Provide Opportunity

Canada is one of several countries that welcomes international students. However, for the most part these students must take their education in a second language. Northwest has followed a different approach – we offer our Canadian graduate degree programs in the Korean language. Few institutions in Canada do this. Several reasons have guided this decision. […]

Northwest Continuing to Step Into New Opportunities

If I have learned anything over the last few years, it is that the world of higher education is changing. The classroom paradigms that trained you and I have changed dramatically and nowhere is that more evident than here at Northwest. Our move to establish the Immerse program a number of years ago has put […]

Immerse Students Making a Difference

Connecting With Kids Mission Hill School is near Emmanuel Baptist and has many multicultural families. The school sends 45-50 children to Emmanuel’s Kidz Klub, an after-school program held each week. Many of the children are from non-churched homes. Christine would love to see even more kids involved in this program. Christine also leads and teaches […]