Why Is It Called
Pneukleus?

You may wonder what the name of the gap year is about: PNEUKLEUS.

The word: Pneu comes from the Greek work Pneuma.  And that means “breath or spirit of a person.”  And in the Christian sense: the Spirit of God.  Then we merged that with the word: Nucleus – to give you Pneukleus.   The nucleus of something is the central and most important part.  So this leaves us with the implication of Pneukleus: “the breath of God at the centre of us.” 

And then that leads us to the scripture

“Above all else, guard your heart for it is the wellspring of life.”
(Proverbs 4: 23)

All of our lives begin from the centre of our being, where God is. And thus all that we do throughout the gap year stems from that solid foundation.

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