For God alone my soul waits in silence; from him comes my salvation.
He alone is my rock and my salvation, my fortress; I shall not be greatly shaken. (Psalm 62:1-2)
Today’s updates include Senior Celebration save the date, senior post, new life in Christ, and Dr. White concludes his Faithful series on Monday.
Senior Celebration – Graduates, parents, faculty, staff, and friends, save the date — Saturday, May 2, at 10 a.m. EDT — for our online Senior Celebration! We are excited to come together virtually to honor, and celebrate the Class of 2020. Watch for viewing information coming soon.
Celebrating Our Seniors – We’re continuing to share some of our seniors’ memories as they conclude their final semester online and post their thoughts on social media. Today, we’d like to share a recent post from Kris Gibboney as he reflects on his time at Cedarville.
I remember the first day of Getting Started Weekend as if it were just yesterday. Somehow, nearly four years have passed, and here we are at the end of this portion of each of our journeys.
These 1,000 days have been a wild ride. Difficult course loads, fun campus and bro-sis events, field experience upon field experience, and more. It was life – complete with struggles and hurt, of course, but also fruitful discipleship and genuine, close friendships. Cedarville has truly been a greenhouse for spiritual, emotional, and relational growth. There have been hard times, but God has always been there, and there has always been a light on the other end.
In the end, as the semester strangely winds down to an end, and as I look to filling out job applications, considering future places of residence, and praying for guidance, I’m left with three fantastic, consistent things:
1. God is faithful and He can be trusted.
2. The friends I have made here – the close brothers I know and who know me deeply – are friends … family for life.
3. That which unites us – the blood of Jesus Christ – is stronger than anything that could divide us.
He Who Has the Son Has Life – Today we were blessed by a message from SGA Chaplain Isaac Dye, reminding us from John 5:11-13 that the Triune God gives life to those who believe in Jesus’ name. If you missed it, watch it now.
And as we close this work week and look forward to a time of rest this weekend, enjoy another photo from campus.