God Revealed Conference Available on Livestream

On March 27, Dr. R. Albert Mohler will be the featured speaker for our “God Revealed” apologetics conference. Not a stranger to the Cedarville family, Dr. Mohler serves as president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. His presentations will focus on how God revealed Himself in Creation and in the Scriptures. If you are unable to make it to campus, please join us via livestream video for his 10 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. keynote addresses and the 6 p.m. “Ask Anything” session.

Limited Time Only: Yellow Jacket Online Store

Cedarville is partnering with Under Armour this spring so our alumni and friends can purchase Cedarville University-branded apparel in time for March Madness and the spring sports season. Official Yellow Jacket men’s and women’s short-sleeved, sleeveless, and long-sleeved shirts; men’s and women’s shorts; shoes; and other select gear are available in the online store through March 31.

Cedarville Is Homeschool-Friendly

If you’re a homeschooling parent, you probably have specific concerns when considering where to send your son or daughter to college.

I know. I’m a homeschooling dad.

I recently recorded a video in which I highlight what makes Cedarville University homeschool-friendly. Watch it and you’ll discover how at Cedarville, your student will join many other homeschool students on a vibrant Christian campus. He or she will be challenged with rigorous academics and encouraged through daily chapel, Bible minor courses, and intentional discipleship to grow deeper in their faith.

I invite you to visit us and see for yourself what makes Cedarville a homeschool-friendly university.

ID: We Are the Mysterious Bride in Christ

Today we were honored to welcome more than 200 members of next year’s incoming freshman class and their families to chapel as part of their All-Access orientation visit.

We continued in our ID: in Christ series, coming to Ephesians 5:22-33 where we discover God’s perfect design for marriage. This is a difficult passage for some, and it’s no coincidence that it follows one about being filled with the Spirit. It is only through the Spirit that we can live out God’s plan for a Christian marriage. Ultimately, our earthly marriages should reflect the greatest love story ever written — the love that Jesus Christ has for His bride, the Church.

Join us as we explore how marriage represents the beautiful mystery of the Gospel.

Andrew Peterson Makes Powerful Impact in Chapel

Dove Award-nominated singer and songwriter Andrew Peterson blessed us with two days of inspiring messages and music on February 12-13, which reminded us that our brokenness is the place where God pours out His grace. Andrew’s rendition of Is He Worthy?, which is based on the throne room vision of Revelation 5, was a powerful reminder that Jesus alone is worthy to rule and rescue His people. We are very grateful for Andrew’s ministry to Cedarville University. To watch both of his messages in full, visit the chapel archive.

 

Cedarville Gets High Marks in Student Engagement Survey

Cedarville regularly participates in the National Survey of Student Engagement as an objective measure of our success in effective teaching and providing a supportive campus atmosphere. This year’s results continue to affirm the exceptional work of our faculty and the positive experiences our students are enjoying at Cedarville. Among the findings, Cedarville scored in the top 10 percent of nearly 1,000 colleges for effective teaching practices of faculty and a supportive campus atmosphere for first year students. Read more about Cedarville’s high marks for student engagement in recent campus news release.

Soles and Souls: School of Nursing Makes a Difference

Last fall, our School of Nursing students began partnering with a local ministry called Shoes for the Shoeless, an organization that provides shoes to kids who are in need. Our nursing students worked with the Springfield, Ohio public schools to identify children who would benefit from this ministry and then visited those schools to fit needy children with a new pair of shoes. This partnership has been a powerful reminder of how the Gospel compels Cedarville students to meet physical needs while sharing the hope they have found in Jesus. Watch a moving video showing our nursing students as the hands and feet of Jesus.

Dr. Al Mohler Coming for “God Revealed” Apologetics Conference

The Cedarville Center for Biblical Apologetics and Public Christianity will host its annual apologetics conference, this year on March 27, and feature the president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Dr. R. Albert Mohler. The “God Revealed” conference will challenge you to think biblically about issues Christians face in today’s society. No registration is required, but a limited number of backstage passes are available. If you’re in the area, please plan to join us!

CedarMania: Lots of Fun Plus Gospel Impact

It can be a little crazy and definitely a lot of fun. But more than that, CedarMania is our chance to share the Gospel with the next generation. This year’s CedarMania takes places March 23, and registration is underway now through March 15. Our current students, who serve as counselors for the day, do an amazing job investing in these young people with Christ’s love and God’s Word. Encourage middle school and high school students you know to sign up today for this tremendously powerful event where they have a chance to hear the Gospel and experience the community Cedarville offers.

Celebrating 2018 With Our School of Pharmacy

The Cedarville School of Pharmacy had an outstanding 2018, which is outlined in the School of Pharmacy annual report. Our pharmacy students passed the North American Pharmacist Licensure Examination, or NAPLEX, at nearly a 97 percent rate, exceeding the national average. Add to this the creation of the Center for Pharmacy Innovation and 100 percent participation by our pharmacy students in cross-cultural service opportunities, it was a year to celebrate.

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