Ken and Apple Johnson came to NNU to study Christian Ministry online after experiencing personal transformation through the love of Christ.
Taylor VanValey defines success on and off the court. She is just one of NNU's outstanding players tearing up the court this season.
Chaplains Dustin and Olivia Metcalf used this special time of spiritual focus to challenge the campus community to live up to the name of Christian. Continuing their series from the Sermon on the Mount, they unfolded difficult passages on persecution and being salt and light.
Jeremiah "Bear" Woods tells his inspirational story of finding motivation and success despite great loss on national television show "The Real Winning Edge."
Senior Reagan Keeler put his technical skills to work meeting a ministry need by developing the popular app Youth Ministry Tracker that is changing the way youth pastors manage the logistics of their ministries.
Hope comes in many different ways and forms, often surprising us with its arrival. For a small rural community in Uganda, hope came this summer in the shape of a basketball court built by a team of NNU athletes.
Despite busy school schedules and dedicated athletic preparation, NNU’s NCAA Division 2 student-athletes make time to build community with one another and serve the community around them.
Jonathan Hawkins pursues opportunities to play professional basketball around the world in Latvia, Israel and now in Australia.
NNU engineering students create a senior project designed to help a childhood friend fulfill her dream of walking again.
One of every two of the students who were celebrated at your church’s graduation service will not be involved in any church in the coming year; in short, high school graduates are leaving the church at an alarming rate. What the church can—and must—do about it.