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Multicultural Ministry Crosses Borders

May 15, 2017

When 13 members of the Cedarville University School of Pharmacy traveled for five days to Canada, their goal was to live out their Student National Pharmaceutical Association (SNPhA) motto: “One Mission, No Barriers.” They broke barriers by caring for underserved populations and underrepresented people groups. The team visited six towns in six days and... View Article

Let’s Talk About It – Our Many Privileges

April 8, 2017

On a recent Tuesday night, 65 members of the Cedarville University family took time to recognize that we have been blessed. Blessed with families, blessed with education, blessed with relationships, and more. No doubt about it, we are privileged. We discussed not if we were privileged, but rather, since we are privileged,... View Article

Rethinking Tomorrow

February 24, 2017

Have you ever thought about the things you believed when you were younger that you later found out were not true? Here’s my list: the earth is flat, Santa likes cookies, the Easter Bunny, falling asleep in church keeps you from heaven, and racial reconciliation is not possible. I used to believe that... View Article

Seeing Is Believing

February 13, 2017

Twenty five people from various ethnic backgrounds attended a mini health clinic hosted by students from various ethnic backgrounds. This may not sound revolutionary, but with pharmacies nationally seeking Pharmacists who can relate on several levels to their patients, this is critical for good health care. People want to relate... View Article

Connecting Students With Resources

February 7, 2017

A few times a year, we are blessed to experience powerful moments of relationship that go beyond what words can convey. A diverse group of students gathered and prayed for what they were about to do. Calling future students is not easy, but we believed that some prospective students from diverse... View Article