It was great to be back in chapel today after being away on the Cedarville Friends for Life Cruise — even though it’s 60 degrees colder than what we experienced last week!
Today we came to Ephesians 5:3-14 in our ID: in Christ series. Martin Luther King, Jr., once said, “Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that.” As followers of Jesus Christ, we are to be that light. That’s our identity in Christ.
And light cannot associate with darkness. We are called to shine our light into the darkness and then — through the power of the Holy Spirit — expose and drive out the darkness.
Join us as we continue our study in Ephesians and discover how as children of light, we are called to avoid, expose, and transform darkness into light.
Dove Award-nominated recording artist, songwriter, filmmaker, and award-winning author Andrew Peterson will perform at Cedarville on February 12. He will also speak in chapel February 12 and 13. Andrew’s music focuses on the gravity of the crucifixion and the power of the resurrection. We look forward to having this gifted and inspiring musician and writer on campus next week. The concert is free and open to the public.
Connor Hart, a Cedarville freshman mechanical engineering major from Loveland, Ohio, founded The Hands of Hope Foundation while in high school. With the help of the School of Engineering, he is continuing the work while attending Cedarville. The Hands of Hope Foundation is a nonprofit that provides children with free 3D-printed prosthetics.
Criminal justice professor Dr. Patrick Oliver has developed a biblical mentoring program for minorities aspiring to law enforcement leadership. His program has had a remarkable success rate, with all but two of 26 graduates promoted or appointed to a higher rank after entering the program, and 15 of them named CEOs of law enforcement agencies. His program was recently featured in an international publication for police chiefs