Around my house we don’t leave home without saying that phrase. What with Mom, Dad, two boys and often a grandma or two cramming into the Caravan for trips to school, church and—Oh happy day—the beach, those are the last words on our lips as our glance lingers to see if we left behind anything we’ll need down the road.
The spiritual and the intellectual are both necessary to life, graduates were told during commencement ceremonies May 7 at Fresno Pacific University. "It will always be important to analyze data carefully, to evaluate critically where information comes from, to rely on original sources and to compare one's understandings with friends and colleagues — and to do all this with Christian humility, with intellectual hospitality," speaker Rod Janzen told 299 graduates, their families and friends.
Music with a Moldovan flavor is next on the list for the Pacific Artist Series at Fresno Pacific University.
Patmos will perform at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, February 17, 2005, in the McDonald Hall Atrium on the campus, 1717 S. Chestnut Ave, south of the Butler-Chestnut intersection.
This chamber-style instrumental ensemble from Moldova was formed in 1992 to minister around the world through music. The group has performed in Europe, Canada, the United States and at the Feast of the Tabernacles in Jerusalem.
Once students at the institution that would be Fresno Pacific University all ate together, and anyone who didn’t show could expect friends to swing by the dorm to see what was up.
That’s what they called community—a force that’s a lot more than good feeling at FPU. It’s the heart of our academic, professional and ethical development. Community is the faculty member who guides a student to graduate school.
Mennonite Brethren Biblical Seminary has been selected to receive a
grant of $1.6 million from the Indianapolis-based Lilly Endowment Inc.
to participate in a national program to provide opportunities for
high-school-age young people to engage in theological study and inquiry.
Seminaries and divinity schools were invited to create new programs
that provide opportunities for young people to have a serious
intellectual encounter with the theological resources of the Christian
faith and to explore in depth its significance for their own lives and
Time For Action! Featuring Tom and Christine Sine
April 5th, 2002
8am - 4pm
About the Conference
AIDS has killed at least 22 million people worldwide, and another 36
million are living with AIDS or HIV. Never before in history have death
rates of this magnitude been seen among adults of both sexes and from
all walks of life.
The pandemic is worst in Africa. 17 million have died. 26 million are infected. 12 million children are orphaned.
October 25th, November 3rd, and November 8th
New Covenant Community Church, Fresno, CA
MB Seminary professor and Fresno Leadership Foundation Founder Jim
Westgate will present a series of lectures entitled, Jesus and Islam,
Which One is Right? This is a part of the "BrainPower" discussion
series hosted by the college group at New Covenant Community Church in