Reflections On Charleston

The tragedy in Charleston forces us to agonize again over the question of why. Perhaps, a better question would be, "What should we do next as followers of Jesus Christ"? Read more

A Picture of Affirmation

Sam Louie, M.A. '09, a Seattle-based psychotherapist specializes in multicultural issues and addictions using PhotoTherapy, a therapeutic technique where photography is self-initiated as a means toward personal growth. Read more

A New Read on Children’s Literature in APU Exhibit

Beloved children’s stories are the focus of a new APU Special Collections exhibit that reveals the educational importance of children’s stories while inviting visitors to return to their own childhood memories of literary classics. Read more

APU’s Ed.D. Program Prepares K-12 Leaders

Answering the call to assist educators in navigating while developing as professionals, Azusa Pacific’s School of Education recently introduced its redesigned Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) in Educational Leadership Program. Read more

Living His Dream

Once a wide receiver at Azusa Pacific, Jesse Merrick's '12 big break arrived in August 2014, when he became a full-time sports anchor/reporter at News Channel 5 in Grand Junction, Colorado. Read more

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