2014 was reported to be the worst year in history for persecution worldwide. Read astounding stories from PLNU members working on the front lines—powerful testimonies of Christ's love shattering darkness.
Bob Goff has a special revelation of the transformational love of God, a love that compels him to wash the feet of witch doctors and bring education and justice into their lives.
"Love" may be the most widely used and least understood word in our culture—and even our own lives. Christine Spicer begins to unravel the meaning, power, and importance of the love of Christ.
Dr. Karl Martin, chair of the Department of Literature, Journalism & Modern Languages, shares how his time as an undergraduate student at PLNU transformed his approach to reading.
Prepare your children for literacy success with advice from PLNU's Drs. Conni Campbell and Susan Rogers.
Reading fiction provides more than entertainment. Learn some of the helpful (and perhaps surprising) benefits of reading literature.
Meet 16 math and science alumni who represent why we do what we do.
The PLNU math and science faculty invested not only time but also themselves in developing programs of excellence.
Why is PLNU engaging in a Campaign for the Sciences? Learn the answer and why a new science center is absolutely vital to the university’s future.
All over the world, every day of the year, millions people buy and read magazines. You can find tons magazines on the waiting room of your doctor or dentist and even at the restaurant. So, why is reading magazines so important for people? Basically, we can divide magazines according to...
Are we really as busy as we claim to be? And if so, why? Christine Spicer outlines a few sources of our stress.
While the world beckons busy, the Bible suggests something different. This article looks at what we can learn from the life of Christ to refocus our time and our hearts.
Sometimes busy bites back. Brian Becker discusses some of the psychological and behavioral effects of living in a hurry.
Dr. Linda Beail, political science professor and director of PLNU’s Margaret Stevenson Center for Women’s Studies, addresses the highly-disputed question: Can women really have it all?
Our culture's messages and our own fears can contribute to stereotypes about aging that are quite contrary to a biblical view of growing older.
Experienced caregiver Allyson Ledsam wants people to know the difference their friendships and time can make.
Family caregivers face physical, psychological, and emotional challenges and many difficult decisions as they assist their loved ones. But there are also opportunities for deep joy and gratitude.
The Rev. Dr. Jim Jackson Sr. breaks the mold when it comes to aging. He shares his advice on growing older while maintaining a strong life purpose.
It is abundantly clear that gratitude is more than just the set of good feelings.
Joy Evans Peterson (60) teaches couples how to use gratitude to strengthen their relationships.