Enrollment Success Requires Diversified Investment

When you’re serious about investing for your long-term future, typically the first step you take is to schedule an appointment with an investment professional. And one of the first things they’ll tell you is to diversify your portfolio. You wouldn’t want to put all of your money in one type of investment, like stocks in […]

In My Garden Grows a Melody—and Too Many Metaphors

When our children are small we send them to a place called “kindergarten” or “children’s garden.” There they learn the beginning skills. And usually after a dozen years or so of preparation they come to us here in another garden where we refine their growth, encourage them to think and help them to find and […]

Times of Transition

Connecting Points readers, During this time of transition as Fresno Pacific University welcomes Joseph Jones, Ph.D., as president, along with the Independence Day holiday, there will be no Connecting Points this week. Look for the series to resume weekly starting July 12, 2017 with contributions from President Jones and other members of the FPU community. […]

#StayStrongFresno

Forest Benedict is a local therapist who specializes in sexual addiction treatment and teaches at Fresno Pacific Biblical Seminary. In his compelling and timely article, Forest calls the Fresno community to stand against the new Hustler store that may come to Fresno later this year. He shares valuable information about the harms of pornography and […]

Young Woman Seeks to Inspire Youth

Dina Villanueva, age 20, a student studying Criminal Justice and Sociology at Fresno Pacific University (FPU) often dreamed about traveling internationally.  She now has a story to tell…   Villanueva, was one of the 40 young adults who participated this summer in the Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) Summer Service Program.  This short-term program is a […]