The No Name Fellowship came to Fresno Pacific's Ashley Auditorium October 17 to share breakfast, and celebrate its 20-year anniversary. The No Name Fellowship exposes Fresno leaders to key city issues, promoting an exchange of information and a call for action. The fellowship chose to hold the event on the main campus in anticipation of the launch of the Center for Community Transformation.
Aradhna creates Christian worship music in the traditional bhajan style of India, written in the Hindi language. The band performed two shows on the FPU main campus in the SCC lounge for students and staff Tuesday, October 16. If you missed the concert, or want to hear more, you can visit their website at: aradhnamusic.com.
Fresno Pacific hosted its first Worldview Forum on Tuesday, October 16. Speakers Steve Varvis, Ph.D, FPU provost, and Bret Kincaid, Ph.D., associate professor of political science, offered different perspectives on Christians and politics. The Worldview Forum will happen once every semester, with the next one set for February 26.
Over the last several years, Fresno Pacific has sponsored the Christian concerts held at The Big Fresno Fair. This year, on Tuesday, October 9, members from FPU hosted a booth set up by the Paul Paul stadium. University Pastor Angulus Wilson - along with our Sunny the Sunbird - introduced the night’s concert event: Jamie Grace and TobyMac.
Jonathan Maher, director of systems analysis, co-presented a session titled “Extending the Platform Across the Campus” September 21 as part of Dreamforce, the world’s largest vendor technology conference. His co-presenter was Robert Lamb of the Salesforce Foundation. FPU uses Salesforce as a customer relationship management platform for a variety of offices.
Cory Seibel, Ph.D., assistant professor of pastoral ministries, has had a busy summer:
He presented two workshops at the Christian Community Development Association national convention in Minneapolis September 28-29: “On Common Ground: Nurturing a Cooperative Spirit in a Competitive Space” and “It’s All About Me: Narcissism, Leadership, and Christian Community Development.”
In August, he joined the board of Hands On Central California, an organization that fosters volunteerism in the Fresno, Kings, Tulare and Madera counties.
Senior Day, a collaboration of the Career Services Center, Registrar’s Office, FPU Alumni Association and Pacific Bookshop, was held Wednesday, October 3. Students graduating in December received a free t-shirt, signed up for raffles and, most important, got excited for the end of their college journey. If you are graduating at the end of this semester and missed out on Senior Day, contact email@example.com for information.