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Parents, Staff and Students Bond on College Campus

July 27, 2017

Everyone remembers being dropped off at college for the first time. When my mom took me to college, she was determined that I would have the opportunity to follow God’s call for my life. I didn’t want her to drive me to school, but looking back, I’m so very glad... View Article

Multicultural Team Assists In A Multicultural World

July 5, 2017

Cedarville pharmacy students, with the help of Cedarville’s Global Outreach office, recently served with an amazing teamin the Dominican Republic. The future pharmacists partnered with Del Rey Ministries for a powerful time of medical ministry. They supported the work that God is doing in the sugarcane villages through the Del Rey team... View Article

Lifetime Influencers

June 21, 2017

It may be time to look over your shoulder and consider those who have influenced your life. How are those folks doing? What is the “next” thing in their lives? What are their dreams for their tomorrows? What, if any, are their regrets? If they had to do it all over again,... View Article

Young Leaders Impact Cedarville University

June 11, 2017

Cedarville University has a growing partnership with the Fundamental Baptist Fellowship Association (FBFA). This modest group of churches from all over America has organized themselves as an affiliation committed to the truths found in the Word of God. Several years ago, the Rev. James D. Parker Sr. Young Leader Scholarship was created... View Article

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