The road to a double-digit-sized family for Candy Woertman has been extremely challenging, incredibly rewarding, and a privilege to walk down as an expression of her faith.
PLNU's Ben Cater shares thoughts on the challenges COVID-19 poses for professors to teach, shape, and send their students.
Alums Brian Frey and Jon Runion share about the spaces they have created to bring people of all backgrounds together through coffee, church and community.
After an abrupt end to his last season of collegiate baseball, PLNU athlete Zack Noll explains how he is coping with the transition.
As the graduating class of 2020 copes with the temporary loss of their graduation ceremony, Karl Martin looks to offer some hope and wisdom.
As PLNU students transition to a semester of virtual classes, they are finding ways to maintain balance and stay connected with others, while continuing their studies.
Mike Strong ‘beautifies’ society through teaching high school students, a PLNU alum who serves his community as a teacher.
Daulton Hommes helped take the men’s basketball program to the national championship game, while earning NABC Division II Men’s Basketball Player of the Year honors. See what he is up to now.
Some people are inherently driven towards their calling in life. This is especially true of Emmy Merrill, a two-time world champion for the ISA Stand Up Paddle Board Championships.
Training for triathlons together enhances the bonds between a group of PLNU faculty members and makes the pursuit of their careers and callings more meaningful and fun.
Amber Courtney brings people a sense of home through her skills as an interior designer, furnishing houses of previously homeless families.
Amanda Hill's book, “Growing Pains: A Parent’s Guide to Child Development” is all about bridging the gap between academia and the true realities of family life.