It is easy to forget to appreciate the small joys of life, and it’s even harder to find moments to be completely present. Pixel Editor Liza Esquibias shares how arranging flowers for her apartment brightens her days.
A student reacts to the recent “Rethink Pepperdine’s Religious Framework” Perspectives piece, which encouraged Pepperdine to consider altering the academic religion requirements to make for a better discussion of faith on campus.
Image Courtesy of Karina Valenzuela One of Pepperdine’s longest-running traditions, Songfest, will debut its 47th annual spring performance Wednesday through Saturday in Smothers Theatre. This year’s Songfest theme is “California Calling,” referring to the different cultural aspects and history of California. First-time Songfest performer junior and Maya McDowell wrote in an email that this year’s […]
Photo courtesy of Jodi Vongvanij One world, many religions. And worship looks different for each one of them Religions are complex. They have traditions, symbols, narratives and sacred histories that give them meaning. They shape ethics, values and lifestyles. They divide and unite us. “All the major traditions have resources that call us to treat […]
Infographic by Krystal Yu What if worship didn’t need a god? Worship often comes with a religious connotation. Merriam-Webster defines worship as “to honor a divine being or supernatural power” or “to regard with great or extravagant respect, honor, or devotion.” The synonyms listed under worship include honor and adore, actions subconsciously practiced in our […]
Word Up offers students a haven for worship.
Sharita and Eric Wilson celebrate God’s faithfulness in their 25 years of marriage
People across Pepperdine’s campus discuss the unique ways they worship, using their passions and interests.
It is easy to fear something we don’t necessarily understand, but in these modern times, it is even easier to grasp opportunities for understanding.
Worship service in Malibu meets to equip women for leadership in the Churches of Christ.