Each year members of the PLNU community travel to the U.S.-Mexico border to join hundreds of others for “La Posada Sin Fronteras" or "The Inn Without Borders."
When music professor Dan Nelson was diagnosed with terminal ALS, he decided to spend his final months doing what he lived for: investing in students.
Amber Courtney brings people a sense of home through her skills as an interior designer, furnishing houses of previously homeless families.
At Passion Planner, Ben Maiava is able to combine his creative and problem-solving skills to help people plan for the future, reflect on the past, and act on the present.
Today, we have greater access to other people than perhaps any time in history. Yet the access and constant connection has not diminished loneliness. In fact, today many people are deeply lonely.
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.
What is a sacred space? What does it look like? And where can you find these glimpses of heaven on earth? I am wholeheartedly convinced that the border between the United States and Mexico is a sacred space.
“Does everyone at your company feel like a failure because all of your patients die?” My eighteen-year-old son genuinely wanted to know. I explained to him that for people in the hospice industry, death isn’t failure; it’s the completion of life.
PLNU has its own longstanding Christmas tradition in the form of the annual performance of “Handel's Messiah,” an event celebrating Christ through music.
Nathan Kemalyan is developing safe cookstove technology to prevent common burn injuries in Zambia that occur due to cooking over an open flame.
Having to deal with a number of crushing injuries growing up, Isaiah Yoder's struggle set the path for his vocation as the Head Athletic Trainer at Point Loma High School.
Veterans coming back later in life to pursue a secondary education have many additional challenges that they overcome through faith and strength.