Traveling abroad while our world entered a global pandemic inevitably caused me to redefine my experience of global empathy.
With what seemed like an overnight spread of COVID-19, Brandon Walsh and his family were faced with a series of difficult choices in their effort to serve the church and stay safe.
In these unprecedented times, our commitment to you as our students, alumni, faculty, staff, parents, supporters, and friends is unwavering.
What can each of Paul’s letters teach us that will help us better understand our faith?
Literary legend Alice Walker came to PLNU for the 25th annual Writer's Symposium by the Sea.
PLNU alum Bethany Pullen was inspired to create a YouTube channel driven by her love of reading.
Marcos Mujica was driven to start Agrarian Craft by a calling from God.
Mike Strong ‘beautifies’ society through teaching high school students, a PLNU alum who serves his community as a teacher.
Since 1951, PLNU’s School of Theology and Christian Ministry has hosted speakers giving lectures on a topic relevant to Christian life. This year we had the pleasure of welcoming Dr. Brent Strawn to campus.
Studying the sea and its inhabitants crosses many disciplines and has yielded discoveries that have improved human health. Among the scientists who are conducting ocean-related research are some of PLNU’s own.
The first time Will Allen tried surfing, he was just six years old. His dad steered him into a wave only for him to tumble face-first into the sand and nearly give up the sport altogether. But Will kept at it, eventually popped up, and has loved the sport ever since.
The ocean is under threat, read about how carelessness is destroying God's creation, and what the rest of us can do to help.