The Summit Series: 2016 Presidential Election & Current Events


The never ending commentary on this ‘historic election’ is playing out in real-time on every cable news channel and newspaper headline. The rhetoric is getting louder and more vicious on both sides and Tuesday, November 8th, cannot come soon enough. The anxiety and fear is palpable. Both Clinton and Trump are plagued by personal rumors, scandals and have some of the most unfavorable ratings in campagn history.

All the World's a Stage


It’s that moment. When the murmuring of the audience and soft rustling of the programs fade as the house lights dim. When a room, filled with strangers, friends and family, young and old, cease to be visible. Backstage, cast and crew hold their breath in a united hush. Each performer is consumed with excitement, fear and anticipation, nerves reveal themselves. . .

Good and Honest Soccer


Defeating Bethesda 6-3, The Master’s University Soccer Team, under the leadership of Coach Jim Rickard, has won their 300th game. 300 wins. 300 games in which they have dominated the field. This number not only represents a history of success and dedication from of our players throughout the years, but most especially the dedication of our coach.

Confronting the Postmodern Lie


There is an insidious weed slowly and deceptively poisoning the worldview of the present-day Christian and weakening the foundation of many. It is a lie that, according to culture, is presented as truth. It is a motto preached from almost every social media outlet, car radio, television screen, schools both secular and, remorsefully, some claiming the name of Christ. . .

What Binds Us Together


It’s a new semester, new year, and new era for The Master’s University! Each alumnus vividly remembers these first few days of new beginnings; fresh notebooks, new pens, the dread of general education courses or the exuberance of having your favorite professor again, the syllabus shock, the late nights talking with your roommate and catching up about the summer. You’ve experienced it all and your influence, love, and education . . .

Convocation Chapel


Beginning in 1927, on the foundation of an uncompromising commitment to the inerrancy of Scripture and the God who wrote it, The Master’s University has been unshakeable in a century of turbulence. Celebrating our ninetieth year as an institution and our first year as a university, the entire student body and faculty gathered together for the annual convocation chapel. We looked upon our history. Founded on the eve . . .

Alumni Focus: Ryan Zamroz


A map of Europe prominently hangs on the wall behind Ryan Zamroz’s desk, flanked by photos of the French Riviera, Spain, and Portugal. These photos are only a small representation of the six years Zamroz, athlete and alum of The Master’s University, played pro-basketball internationally. “Traveling the world on someone else’s dime and using basketball as a means of sharing the gospel with others” said Zamroz . . .

The Master's Cup


Painted black, head to toe, with scowls plastered on their faces, Hotchkiss entered Bross gym in their traditional manner, silent. C-dub, baring the marks of Greek warriors and rulers, glittered with gold, chanting back and forth as they took to their corner. The women’s 2015 Master’s Cup champions, Dixon and their brother dorm, Waldock, went straight to the center of the room to perform the “haka”, while dressed in green and painted for war. Slight, the defending men’s champion, and Sweazy took their time to enter but when they did they beat the floor with their fists causing the building to shake . . .

Hope of Gold


The premier stage of the world, where the preeminent in the world compete; the Olympics. With the longevity and progression of these games, the standard to reach that ancient stage, let alone win, is set high. Only few make it . . .

The Greatest Era


Little did the founders of Los Angeles Baptist College know in 1927 that their class of 24 students would be the beginning of a longer and greater legacy. Deeply rooted in a foundation that transcends time itself . . .

Best in Business


Ranked No. 1 in the state of California by the NASBA surpassing other universities like USC, Stanford, Berkeley, and UCLA in their CPA exam scores, The Master’s University now offers an online MBA program. . .

President John MacArthur on SB 1146


Tolerate: verb. Allow the existence, occurrence, or practice of (something that one does not necessarily like or agree with) without interference. This word no longer holds true to its definition, especially when it comes to this culture’s interaction with Christians. To be tolerant one must now support and affirm something going against their beliefs so as to not offend or persecute. This is seen plainly in California’s SB 1146 bill. . .