Brenna Abraham and Jacob Brummett received the Cliff Hamlow Champions of Character Award in January in recognition of academic achievement, community involvement and distinguishable character.
LPC sophomore Maggie Mejia is talking a lot about the solar-power tents she helped create for homeless people. Her upcoming TEDx is already making an impact from coast to coast.
Life Pacific Sophomore Maggie Mejia grew up in a low-income community of Southern California where she attends Lighthouse of San Fernando Foursquare Church.
As a high school student, she regularly passed homeless people on her way to school and dreamed about ways to improve their lives. God stirred something inside Maggie and ideas started flowing about how she might make a difference.
Meet Aman Kahsai, a junior from Northern California, in the Transformational Ministry program at Life Pacific College. The Transformational Ministry program is designed for students interested in doing ministry inside and outside of the local church. When choosing which college to attend, Aman knew he wanted to attend a Christian college with a strong sense of community.
Meet Jonathan Jones, a junior in the Human Development and Psychology program at Life Pacific College and the Vice President of Events for the Associated Student Body. Jonathan transferred to Life Pacific College from a community college. Jonathan always knew he wanted to attend a small Christian school with a tight-knit community, but he had a lot of fears to overcome on his road to LPC.
Meet Elizabeth Yerkes, a junior in the Business Administration program at Life Pacific College and an athlete on the cross country and track teams. Elizabeth transferred to LPC from another Christian university she had been attending. Elizabeth had first learned about LPC from alumni who were pastoring a church she visited. Although she loved the college she was attending, Elizabeth says she felt the Lord calling her to Life Pacific.
Meet Marta Shura, a senior in the Human Development and Psychology program at Life Pacific College. Marta transferred to Life Pacific because she was seeking an experience that would integrate her faith and provide her with a supportive, engaging community. She is still in awe of what she found.
Meet Priscilla Mercado, a junior in the Human Development and Psychology program at Life Pacific College and an athlete on the women’s volleyball team. The Human Development and Psychology program is designed for students interested in a career within the helping professions and who see this field as a form of ministry. Volleyball is what introduced Priscilla to LPC, but the community is what sealed the deal. When Priscilla first visited campus, she immediately felt welcomed by the faculty, staff, students, and coaches.