Origins of Overload

Are we really as busy as we claim to be? And if so, why? Christine Spicer outlines a few sources of our stress.

Caring for Creation

Tie-dye? Jello? Whiteboard markers? Snorkel mask? Nametags? Watercolor paper? My mind ran through the needed supplies for the following day, just hours away, as...

Created Space

Each semester, PLNU’s discipleship ministries puts on Created Space, a large prayer and worship event that provides space for the student body to outwardly...

Behind the Lens: Destin Daniel Cretton

Storytelling and introspection is at the heart of everything that Destin Daniel Cretton (01) does. Whether it’s detailing the inner workings of a short-term foster-care...
Jeff Sullivan

Faculty Spotlight: Jeff Sullivan, Ph.D.

When students ask PLNU professor and chair of the Department of Kinesiology Dr. Jeff Sullivan for career advice, he tells them to find what they’re...

Talking Point: Q&A with George Williamson

We sat down with PLNU’s director of worship ministries to discuss his views on effective worship and what he hopes students take away from...

Athletics: Spring 2014

Sea Lions Win in OT to Thrill Sold-out Homecoming Crowd Hayden Lescault catches the ball at the top of the key. He fakes right and...

The Dangerous Consequences of Excessive Speed

Sometimes busy bites back. Brian Becker discusses some of the psychological and behavioral effects of living in a hurry.

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