How do we meaningfully engage in the work of racial justice and antiracism as individuals and as the church?
Throughout her career, Christina Kelley, DNP, RN, CNS (MSN 15, DNP 19) has always stepped up to meet challenges.
Alesia Wright and Sam Kwapong hosted a virtual conversation on racial injustice, life at Loma, and what being part of MOSAIC clubs on campus means to them.
On May 29, 1964, Martin Luther King Jr. spent 11 hours in San Diego and journeyed to PLNU to give his speech titled “Remaining Awake through a Great Revolution.”
Nearly 450,000 San Diego residents deal with food insecurity on a daily basis.
PLNU's Kim Berry Jones had the opportunity to sit down with the Rock Church's Miles McPherson to talk about her ongoing journey to unpack internalized racism.
If you feel like you’ve lost hope, know you are not alone. But also please remember that there is still hope today. It’s crying out from the streets. It’s calling out to us all from the inside.
Michelle Murphy (B.A. 89, M.A. 90) received the Alumnus of Point Loma (APL) award at PLNU’s 2019 Homecoming.
How five PLNU students sprung into action to make sure Wear Justice still took place virtually this year and helped us rethink consumerism through community.
It might feel counter-intuitive, but self-isolating is perhaps the most compassionate way Christians can love our neighbors right now.
Traveling abroad while our world entered a global pandemic inevitably caused me to redefine my experience of global empathy.
In these unprecedented times, our commitment to you as our students, alumni, faculty, staff, parents, supporters, and friends is unwavering.