A Prayer for the Country by Pastor Gaines “Heavenly Father, I lift up to You the United States of America. I humbly ask You to open the windows of heaven and come down (Isaiah 64:1). Send revival to Christians in America so that our nation will turn back to You. I pray that You […]
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 […]
Guest column by Mark D. Baker, Ph.D., professor of mission and theology, Fresno Pacific Biblical Seminary
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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 […]
Josh 14:11-12 6 Then the children of Judah came to Joshua in Gilgal. And Caleb the son of Jephunneh the Kenizzite said to him: “You know the word which the Lord said to Moses the man of God concerning you and me in Kadesh Barnea. 7 I was forty years old when Moses the […]
Ray Nickson was born in Adelaide, South Australia. Ray completed his undergraduate work at Flinders University (South Australia) where he received the Bachelor of Arts (honors) degree in English Literature and Criminology and the Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice (honors) degree. While completing his law degree, Ray was sent to the Legal Service Commission […]
Three words serve as the foundation of the mission, vision and description of the Center for Peacemaking & Conflict Studies (CPACS): shalom, eiréné and teleios. The importance of these words, therefore, necessitates a deeper look at their meanings and concepts. Most Christians know that the primary meaning of the Hebrew word shalom is “peace.” But […]