Jeff Youngren

Talking Point: Q&A with Jeff Youngren

Jeff Youngren graduated with a biology degree. Now, he and his wife, Erin, own photography businesses. Nevertheless, Jeff serves on the Research Associates board...

Athletics: Summer 2014

PLNU Wins the NCCAA Men’s Basketball Title At the end of every basketball season, there are only a handful of teams throughout the country that...

If Walls Could Talk

In 2008, PLNU partnered with Carrier Johnson + CULTURE, a San Diego-based architecture and interior design firm, to facilitate design of what would be...
Jessica Womack

Our Raison D’être

Meet 16 math and science alumni who represent why we do what we do.

Building a Legacy

The PLNU math and science faculty invested not only time but also themselves in developing programs of excellence.

Women’s Elusive Quest for Balance

Dr. Linda Beail, political science professor and director of PLNU’s Margaret Stevenson Center for Women’s Studies, addresses the highly-disputed question: Can women really have it all?

Making Busy Matter

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.

Origins of Overload

Are we really as busy as we claim to be? And if so, why? Christine Spicer outlines a few sources of our stress.

Caring for Creation

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...

Created Space

Each semester, PLNU’s discipleship ministries puts on Created Space, a large prayer and worship event that provides space for the student body to outwardly...