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Hidden In Plain Sight

October 19, 2016

This years Civil Rights Tour included the uniting of communities, the connecting of students and the intersecting of cities. We started the tour on the campus of Cedarville University. Participating in a chapel service that ended  with prayer as the 34 attendees stood in front of the student body and... View Article

Servant Leaders Impact Our Community

October 8, 2016

Organizations on the campus of Cedarville University are providing outlets for student leaders to serve today while preparing for even more service tomorrow! Very exciting to hear the dreams, aspirations and hopes of these young leaders. They attend class,  do homework and provide an image of what a godly leader... View Article

Going Into All The World

October 3, 2016

Pastor’s Legacy Ministries held their annual conference recently at St. John Missionary Baptist Church in Springfield, OH. In addition to several Cedarville students in attendance, several hundred church leaders from 15+ local churches attended a day of workshops and general sessions focused around the topic of reaching the lost through... View Article

It’s Time To Pray

September 29, 2016

The reason I look at a clock is so I can calculate how much time has passed and how much time is left in a particular period. I also love electronic calendars. They help me keep track without me even looking up from my computer! The buzzes, bells and blips... View Article

Learning Together

September 23, 2016

This years Civil Rights Tour “Learning and Living 2016” has some great allies. As I reflected with Dr. Murdoch on last years tour, we recognized that while we were learning about culture, ethnicity and human rights, it would have been great to have experienced the trip with others from the community. This... View Article