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Hub for Spiritual Life - Ministry

What We're About 




Reaching students with the life-changing, good news about Jesus Christ.


Building committed disciples of Jesus Christ.


Training gospel workers.


Sending out and supporting gospel partners.


We long to see a student body of disciple-making disciples who know and love the Lord, see their lives through the lens of the gospel, and find ultimate fulfillment and purpose in God’s mission.



The Spiritual Leadership Cohort (SLC) provides distinguished student leaders with an opportunity to participate in a cohort-based spiritual formation program where they grow in their understanding of Christlikeness, leadership, worship, pastoral care, and community engagement through transformational rhythms and practices. These students are awarded scholarships and serve in various leadership positions in the Hub for Spiritual Life and its ministries on campus.


The Spiritual Mentoring program seeks to deepen Pepperdine students' college experience by walking alongside them over the course of their four years here. Mentorship helps students reflect on how their decisions, thoughts, emotions, and relationships are forming them into the people they will be for the rest of their lives, and the Hub for Spiritual Life is honored to help students form meaningful relationships with staff and faculty. 

  Bible Studies

The Hub for Spiritual Life offers weekly bible studies for students hoping to grow in their faith through the study of Scripture. These small group gatherings provide a valuable opportunity for students not only to expand their knowledge of Christ and life in the Kingdom of God, but also to navigate life's challenges in a community firmly rooted in God's word. 

  Pastoral Care

Our staff provides a safe environment for any and all Pepperdine students to talk, pray, and receive guidance through Pastoral care. We hope to care for students wrestling with the questions and challenges of faith and college life.