Over the past two months, a group of nine Cedarville students teamed up with other students all across America to plant seeds of Gospel truth in an area where the vast majority of people have never before heard the good news. In an effort to come alongside and help the... View Article
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Since I was a little girl, I have always dreamt of being an international missionary. I have always loved meeting new people and learning about new cultures. Even now, as I am entering my senior year of the social work program, I feel that the Lord may intertwine international missions... View Article
Italy was my first missions trip, and my first international flight. To say I was nervous was an understatement, and to say I was excited was an understatement as well. My stomach was doing cartwheels days before leaving. I knew missions trips were growing experiences, but I had no clue... View Article
At Cedarville, one of the biggest ministries for students to be a part of is Global Outreach. Cedarville’s President, Dr. White, encourages students go on at least one GO trip, saying that it will be life-changing and that it will redefine their faith and the way they see the world.... View Article
Serving the Isolated and Undeserved in the Heart of Eswatini: The Luke Commission If you are one of the few people who are fortunate enough to know where Eswatini is, you are in the minority. I was not one of those people before this trip, so for those of you... View Article
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.
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.
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.
The chapel was an encouraging time, featuring interviews with a few students who went on short- and long-term trips through Cedarville’s Global Outreach.
Read this excerpt about a rough start that ended right. The Eleuthera team didn’t have the best luck at first, but that changed and they were finally able to come together and spread God’s message! Our trip started out stressful as Kim had some challenges with her ticket and ultimately... View Article