"Love" may be the most widely used and least understood word in our culture—and even our own lives. Christine Spicer begins to unravel the meaning, power, and importance of the love of Christ.
2014 was reported to be the worst year in history for persecution worldwide. Read astounding stories from PLNU members working on the front lines—powerful testimonies of Christ's love shattering darkness.
Dr. Karl Martin, chair of the Department of Literature, Journalism & Modern Languages, shares how his time as an undergraduate student at PLNU transformed his approach to reading.
While the world beckons busy, the Bible suggests something different. This article looks at what we can learn from the life of Christ to refocus our time and our hearts.
Are we really as busy as we claim to be? And if so, why? Christine Spicer outlines a few sources of our stress.
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...
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...
PLNU was founded by P.F. Breesee and is affiliated with the Church of the Nazarene, a holiness denomination birthed out of Wesleyan Methodism. PLNU’s...
Without effort, feelings of gratitude are often fleeting, passing as quickly as they come.
It was a joke or an impromptu skit—I’m not sure what you’d call it—but at most it received a polite chuckle or two.
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.