Devotional Thought from The Book of Exodus

Making Bricks without Straw:“Wait on God until things get better.” Exodus 5:1-22 By Angulus Wilson Introduction: This text is very much about the opposition to the people of God when it comes to worshipping Him. Pharaoh does not want to let God’s people go that they may live lives of worship unto God! We can […]

Connecting Business and Mission

The world needs more Christian businesspeople. In fact, the world needs more Christian billionaires! Evidence of this bold assertion will be on display at 4 o’clock on Thursday afternoon, February 9, right here on the Fresno Pacific University main campus. The CEOs of two highly successful national corporations in the food industry will speak as […]

Student Spotlight: Laura Laningham

Current Student Spotlight: Laura Laningham Laura has always had a passion for serving her community. She left her volunteer job serving as a buyer for a not-for-profit in the Central Valley to pursue her dream of becoming a counselor. She is currently a third-year graduate student in the MFT program at Fresno Pacific Biblical Seminary. […]

Spiritual warfare in the early Church

  Spiritual warfare and the world have been in existence since the fall of man. The early church leaders suffered at the hands of Satan and were brutally killed because of their faith. Historians capture these events so that modernity might not forget them. According to Scripture, the followers of Jesus and early church fathers […]

“Spiritual Warfare in Ministry”

 By Rick Warren If you were to come to my office, you’d find five full-length filing cabinets, lined up one after another. Each of them is full of files: Bible studies, ideas, sermons, messages, research, and such. One of the most important files I have is a yellow one labeled, “Warnings – Lessons to be […]

The 500th Anniversary of the Reformation

On October 31, 1517 Martin Luther, Dr. of Theology, planted on the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg, in Saxony, Germany, 95 theological theses for discussion and debate. It was the standard academic procedure for announcing a debate. Soon, very soon, his words (not couched in formal academic prose and occasionally satirical and acerbic) […]