Children are not born grateful.
Some people say an avocado from the farmer’s market is better for the palate, the conscience, and the planet
It’s in the mundane moments that the big picture becomes visible.
“La Posada” is a tradition that has been celebrated in Mexico going back as far as 400 years, where people go from door to...
Kids ask a lot of questions. If you don’t believe me, just talk to my little brother for five minutes.
Anne-Elizabeth Powell, associate professor of library science, has had to deal with a lot of assumptions over the years.
The moment finally arrived.
As I write this, it is almost Daniel’s homecoming day.
They sit side-by-side, a palpable warmth between them.
Humor me, for a moment. Let’s imagine we have run into each other at, say, a PLNU Homecoming event.
It must have been terrifying—being a 19-year-old sophomore at a conservative college in Oklahoma, a state away from family, and pregnant.
I once volunteered for a presidential election campaign. Given a long list of names and phone numbers and a script, I called dozens of...