Before he became Lonnie Melashenko, Global Evangelist, he was a shy boy from the prairies of Saskatchewan. Today, he is a world-renowned orator with a new project: “Hope Talks.”
La Sierra University’s alumni laughed, exchanged memories and updates, congratulated honorees, and even shared dinner during Virtual Homecoming 2021.
La Sierra grad Sergio Florian (Health Science, ’02) broke the record for running the 135-mile perimeter of Oahu on February 28.
As alumni of La Sierra University, you are spread across the globe—and through La Sierra University Magazine, we hope to not only stay in touch with you, but to convey your passion, your impact, and your story to our wide readership.
“I’ve been a poet all my life.” These are the first words alumna Brenda Delfino shares when asked about her passion for writing and poetry. “I think we all are,” she insists. “I’m a poet when I question my reality…when I tap into that fearlessness…”
In the almost 100 years since its founding in 1922, La Sierra has expanded from a small academy into a 150-acre campus, offering more than 120 degree programs.