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Resident Directors Use Food and Music to Aid Important Conversation

July 26, 2018

On July 8-12, the Baptist Fellowship Association (BFA), formally the Fundamental Baptist Fellowship Association, held its annual conference at Cedarville University. The theme was “Crossing the Bridge of the Ethnic Divide.” Attendees from BFA-affiliated churches from around the country, as well as local churches, enjoyed five days of preaching, teaching, workshops,... View Article

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

Cooking For Cultural Connections

March 15, 2018

What do you get when you have an Ecuadorian, a Peruvian, and a Canadian in the kitchen? A really, really good meal, with lots of conversation and lots of great fellowship! Two nursing students, Priscila Gonzales and Hannah First, while putting their cooking skills together and borrowing the kitchen of... 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

The Invitation-Civil Rights Tour-part 3 of 7

November 10, 2017

In Birmingham, Alabama, 1963 was a complicated year. There were marches, protests, violence, and deaths. Children took part in the marches, and water cannons were used to disperse the crowds. Now, in the space where much of that activity occurred, there is a quiet and reflective park. The Kelly Ingram... View Article