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