Pre-trip thoughts

On Tuesday, May 16th, a team of three faculty and several FPU students will travel to Israel/Palestine. This is not a typical “Holy Land Tour,” where the purpose is to visit religious/historical sites. This trip is designed to become better acquainted with individuals and groups involved in the various PEACE MOVEMENTS. I’ll write at the end of each day a reflection of that day’s events

From Under Our Noses to a High, High Dive

Guest column by Carlos Huerta, CCT program director for community initiatives, and Randy White, D.Min., executive director of the CCT and associate professor of community transformation at FPBS. Some call it stealth, an organization that flies below the radar, exercising a quiet ethic of influence by innovative service that keeps producing fruit. But it is […]

Ending and Beginning

In the life of Fresno Pacific University every beginning depends on an ending. Every starting point has a history. Every commencement depends on a completion. At 10 o’clock Saturday morning May 6, 2017, in Selland Arena the Symphonic Band and organ broke into the rousing fanfare and processional music written by Professor Walter Saul that […]

Round Robin Group

Snail mail wins! Round robin letters circulate for 50 years

Susan Knight Birge (former student) Gloria Prieb Enns (former student) Lorena Quenzer Fast (BA ’68) Dorothy Regier Harper (former student) Sharon Toews Klassen (BA ’68) Phyllis Olson Manke (former student) Sandy VanFossen Penner (BA ’67) Letha Reimer Sellars (former student) Who would have thought that young ladies beginning their freshman year in September 1964 would […]

Marvin Steinert Lives On

Marvin Steinert was an extraordinarily faithful and generous friend and supporter of Fresno Pacific University. He was also a faithful and loving personal friend, a wise counselor and guide, an inspiring encourager when things got tough and a kind but firm pillar of accountability. His earthly life ended on April 22, 2017, but because of […]