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Eat Your Vegetables

April 26, 2016

Why is it that foods that are good for me usually taste less than appealing? As a little boy I was overwhelmed by the taste and texture of okra. I’m not saying there’s anything wrong with okra, its just that I would associate other things with that texture. It was... View Article

Present and Accounted For!

February 8, 2016

As a pastor, I recall many times leaning on the adage; “showing up is half the battle”. As the Director of Intercultural Leadership at Cedarville University I believe more than ever that showing up is often more than half the battle. When considering past and present challenges, it is too... View Article

What God Can Do!

January 27, 2016

  Music for the Master A picture is worth 1000 words. These young men spent a few years getting to know each other as students in a unique environment in Pottersville, NY. Then they both transferred to continue their education at another Christian university with almost 4,000  students in a... View Article

Conquering The Clock

January 9, 2016

The bowling alley is a fitting location to consider eternity. Everyone lives eternally, somewhere. Knowing you are going to spend eternity with the people you work with yet never really getting to know them is such a loss! In an effort to correct that challenge,  every 45 days or so... View Article

Cultural Expressions

December 19, 2015

      One of the great cultural opportunities afforded to CU faculty, staff and students can be found at area churches. All Nations Bible Fellowship is a strong Bible focused church that CU students have attended for many years. Pastor Jimmy Mann loves the mission and focus of Cedarville... View Article