Rainbows can symbolize diverse ideas in various cultures and in peoples’ individual lives like hope, luck and wealth. However, rainbows hold a far more important place in first-year Lexington Russell’s daily life.
faith and religion
Five students recount their mental illness journey and how it ties in with their faith.
Members of the Pepperdine community search for faith connections in their hometown congregations. As worship communities adjust, religious officials look to the future role of virtual worship.
Photo courtesy of Diego Perez They say let the music speak. Music allows sophomore Diego Perez to express his emotions and surrender them to God. For the past two years, Perez has grown as a musician, learned about music production and developed his skills as a singer, guitarist, pianist and drummer. “Writing my own music […]
Photo courtesy of Taylor Begert Taylor Begert, worship director of The Well, originally moved to Los Angeles to pursue singing and songwriting. Over time, he said his faith began to compliment his love for music. “I love the Lord and I love music, and getting to participate in the interaction of that in a communal […]
When Justin Chai lost his father in 2017, he began a journey to rediscover the meaning of his faith and how to honor God through his father’s life.
Following God’s plan for one Pepperdine alum meant taking a year off of school to pursue music and ministry.
A 3-way conversation about the effects of COVID-19 in the wake of Pepperdine shutting down
Senior Christian Battin reflects on his faith, interest in film and the culinary skills that inspired him to start his own on-campus bakery.