Biblical Wisdom as Well as Knowledge

I regularly am asked how biblical studies are included in FPU’s degree completion bachelor’s-level programs. I am also asked how professional programs integrate the liberal arts and sciences into the curriculum. It’s all about the creative construction of each program and how topics are blended to appeal to the professional needs of students, to prepare […]

The Land Between

Derek Kliewer The rich history of Jerusalem is apparent on every single side of the city, the outskirts, and within the city itself.  Our group spent a large portion of the day traveling around different outlying areas of Jerusalem, taking in breathtaking views, sacred sites, and archaeological remains.  The history of every site was detailed […]

Study Abroad Israel 2016 Day 2

By Reilly Reis It is only our second day in Israel, but I am quickly falling in love with the rich culture and history of God’s Holy Land. It seems that everywhere you turn there is something of religious or historical significance. Today we walked into Old City Jerusalem, which was truly a remarkable experience. […]

The Long and the Short of It

Last Friday’s Spring 2016 Commencement ceremony again filled Selland Arena with 7,000 people celebrating the successful conclusion of the long and demanding process of earning a degree from Fresno Pacific University. Our fiscal year ends on April 30, so it synchronizes with our academic cycle (and gives the auditors a head start on having a […]

Chris Cumiford

Encouraging the Unconventional

Chris Cumiford 2012 MA in World History History Teacher for Visalia Technical Early College (VTEC) High School In 2015, Chris was named Tulare County Teacher of the Year, and in 2016, he is one of the top 10 teachers in California. His approach to teaching history is interesting, creative and different than most of the […]