Spiritual Care for Vocational Growth
SoulQuest is the spiritual care ministry of Azusa Pacific University’s graduate and professional students. We are here to help students integrate their spiritual journey with their vocational growth.
SoulQuest conveys the importance APU places upon the life of every person in the graduate and professional programs, and our understanding that the journey toward growth and wholeness is a quest that integrates intellectual and spiritual dimensions in the transformation of the soul. Goals include:
- To make available to every student a personal point of encounter with Jesus Christ and His call to them.
- To provide intentional times and resources that allow students to engage in considering their spiritual journey in an integrated way with their vocational growth.
- To convey with clarity the Christ-centered nature of the university’s commitment to education from a Christian perspective with particular concern for transformation of the soul.
Contact the program or regional center staff for specific details regarding SoulQuest meetings and events. Learn more about SoulQuest.
General Roger A. Brady (Ret.), former commander of U.S. Air Forces in Europe, will become the first four-star general in history to speak at Azusa Pacific University Wednesday, Oct. 22, at 2:45 p.m. in Munson Chapel.
Students, staff, and faculty look for ways to incorporate this year's university Scripture passage throughout campus.
Azusa Pacific University’s Gospel Choir, under the direction of Letitia Ugwueke, hosts its 5th annual Gospel Music Heritage Month Concert with a night of music by Grammy Award winning musician Fred Hammond.