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Remembering Martin

May 2, 2018

  Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., was murdered on April 4, 1968. On April 4, 2018, a handful of pastors, community leaders, and members of the Cedarville University family traveled to Memphis, Tennessee, spending a few days digging deeper into the life of Dr. King and building on cross-cultural, multiethnic... View Article

Fabulous February! Special Opportunities at Cedarville University

January 24, 2018

One month … four weeks … three great opportunities each week. Join Intercultural Leadership for the following special events during the month of February: Listen, Lunch, and Learn – Each Thursday from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. in the SSC dining hall, we will host an opportunity for students, staff, and faculty to enjoy lunch together and discuss issues... View Article

Studying a Community’s Shame – Civil Rights Tour Part 6 of 7

December 4, 2017

  “We are on our way to see a city’s shame.” Dr. Murdoch gave us these grave words so we would not go into Selma, Alabama, as merely sightseers on a casual visit, but rather explorers seeking to understand truth. We were sojourners, time travelers, seeking to understand – and not repeat –... View Article

A Foot Soldier Still On Duty- Civil Rights Tour- Part 5 of 7

November 29, 2017

Mr. Lawrence Huggins is the kind of man who doesn’t know a stranger. His demeanor is gentle and welcoming. As we toured the Brown Chapel in Selma, he heard of our arrival and went out of his way to meet with us for more than 40 minutes and share his story about his... View Article

Leading With Wisdom & Humility- Civil Rights Tour Part 4 of 7

November 17, 2017

Dr. Murray Murdoch teaches the next generation at Cedarville University. He is passionate about history and even more passionate about Jesus. When he started working at Cedarville, he was completing his doctoral dissertation and his wife, Ruth, was expecting, so it was not possible for him to go to Selma and... View Article