Awakening Pure Worship: Cultivation A Closer Friendship with God By Jordan Aker Jeff Deyo, Worship Arts Specialist at North Central University, released his first book, “Awakening Pure Worship,” on Sept. 18, 2018. Aside from being a new author, Deyo is a worship pastor at Celebration Church in Lakeville, Minnesota. He is also a recording artist, songwriter,...
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The Northerner staff was present at the protests responding to the the decision not to charge the police officers involved with the death of Jamar Clark.
Student-led chapel is coming back to North Central University after undergoing a name change from “Entry” to “Render.” The new name is derived primarily from Matthew 22:21, when the Pharisees try trapping Jesus in disloyalty to Caesar. Jesus’ answer stuns them. He proves loyalty both to Caesar and to God.
By CURTIS WARD Online Editor The 2011-2012 Men’s Basketball season off to a commanding start. Captain Nathan Roeder sat down with us last year at the end of the 2010-2011 season to talk about the past season, the off-season, and the upcoming (2011-2012) season.
In this article, you'll find summaries of what each Ninedays 2012 team leader is doing regarding their trip. After you read each Team Leader Bio, go to our contest page to vote for two Ninedays team leaders to win a $350 scholarship to their trip!
Highlighting our very own Fall 2010 production, The Northerner Online is proud to present another in our series of Video Features. This edition shows how to create a musical in three simple steps!
The Northerner Online is proud to present another video feature, this time highlighting one of our very own North Central legends, the one and only "High-Five" Thomas!
The Northerner Online is proud to present another video feature, this time showcasing one of our very own - Emily Schaut, Editor-In-Chief of The Northerner for the 2009-2010 school year.
The Northerner Online is proud to bring you another video feature, this time presenting a look back on Ninedays 2010 and the impact it had on the city of Minneapolis; specifically, the "Reach the U" team.