Despite culture’s movement away from Sabbath observance, keeping the Sabbath has real and meaningful benefits. We look here at ways we might recommit ourselves to Sabbath practice.
Explore the roots of Sabbath and how our culture has shifted away from keeping it holy.
Check out the latest PLNU news and accomplishments.
Dr. David Cummings, PLNU professor of biology, has been making quite a bit of news for his research and discovery of antibiotic-resistance bacterial DNA in Southern California wetlands. In addition to academic journals, his work has also recently been featured in the San Diego Union-Tribune and The Huffington Post. We asked him a few questions of our own.
Two PLNU alumni are among an elite group of San Diego artsits to receive grants for innovative projects.
Jared Callahan is one alum who decided to take Sabbath seriously.
“Apart from the fact that he is neither a woman nor a Catholic, Winder;’s unique life perspective adds a matchless voice as well as depth and dynamism to the genre.”
“My desires to create, act, and write came to fruition during my experience in London. Who I was and what my talents were became questions that began to blossom within me.”
See Commencement through the eyes of 2012 graduate Liz Green.
The Sea Lions say goodbye to two coaches and the NAIA.
“Achieving goals is usually a good thing – until my self-worth and identity become tied to my productivity.”
In this issue of the Viewpoint, we look at the idea of Sabbath, which is also about creating balance. Sabbath is God’s gift of rest and spiritual renewal to us.