This trip was a fantastic experience. It not only grew my understanding of other people groups and religions but also gave my team and I the opportunity to live out our call as Christians to minister and love them, sharing our hope in the gospel of Jesus Christ.
It took me a while to decide on a major, but International Studies ended up being the perfect fit for me. Maybe it is for you, too!
Before I got to Cedarville my freshman year, I asked my youth pastor who had graduated from Cedarville just a couple of years prior, “What’s your biggest advice for my time at Cedarville?” He took a second to think and told me that his biggest encouragement to me and any other student at Cedarville would be to purpose to get off campus and share the Gospel with people in the local communities who have never heard it.
In this post, Warner will take you through a day in the life of a Cedarville student studying abroad in Spain!
In this post, I will share about three extra classes I took at Cedarville and how they have enriched my academic experience!
Throughout my involvement in God’s Girls, five key ministry principles have proven vital for effective ministry. The Lord has led me to apply these concepts in all other areas of service. I pray that you will prayerfully consider and apply these biblical standards in your own life and ministry endeavors for the glory of God and for the good of others.
As a Cedarville student, how do we prioritize getting involved in a church when we already benefit from chapel five days a week on top of discipleship groups, hall prayer nights, worship nights, and a Bible minor?
There are many leadership roles on campus that provide fun and challenging ways to get further plugged into campus and jump-start your resume. These roles not only give you incredible experience, but they also challenge you, bring new friends into your life, and deepen your faith in Christ as you take on more responsibilities and learn from those around you.
We have 1,000 days as Cedarville students — why not take some of them and go see another part of the world?
If you are considering getting an on-campus job, here are five things to know about working on campus.