Steve Shoemaker is a 1993 PLNU alumnus who worked for Cal Fire for 31 fire seasons before his retirement.
Worship leaders, pastors, teachers, missionaries, lawyers, and 3 current PLNU faculty came together for this virtual choir.
PLNU students, alumni, faculty, and staff share thoughts on how we can combat racism, promote diversity, and honor each other.
Why we should work to process, listen, and speak to the traumatic moments that have unfolded in our lives or those of the people around us.
Law librarian Renate Chancellor explores the ways libraries play in a role in social justice and diversity.
At this significant moment in PLNU’s history, we need you to play an important role in helping the university thrive during these challenging times brought on by COVID-19.
As we mourn the tremendous loss of Dr. Ryan Botts let us never forget that he made us all better with his kindness, generosity, selflessness, and love.
As PLNU chapel intern, Olivia Misouria combines her studies in psych and heart for ministry to help fellow students connect with God and one another.
Lindsey Lupo, PhD, shares the importance of voting and how everyone who is able to do so should find a way to cast their ballot.
Gen Z deserves to have their voices heard more. And what they say will surprise you, educate you, and maybe even give you hope for the future.
PLNU alumna Callie Stevens shares about the work of NCM, and how COVID-19 is affecting communities worldwide.
Elaine Giles passion for justice work has led her into a career of using art as an agent for change.