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‘From One Man He Made All the Nations’

Students serve and learn in the most diverse square mile in America by Alex Hentschel Nestled in the suburbs of Atlanta sits the small town of Clarkston — the most diverse square mile in America, according to census data. What used to be a sleepy Southern town was transformed over the last few decades into a place bursting with culture, life and color because of refugee resettlement programs. Refugees who flee their home countries from intense persecution have resettled in Clarkston from ...

Nursing Honors Society hosts missions seminars

By Mariah Hines The Nursing Honor Society is currently hosting Monday Night Missions, a ten-week mission series geared towards giving students insights from a professor’s past missionary experiences. The series began as a personal project of Abigail Patton, president of the Nursing Honor Society. Referencing a missions trip to Honduras she was apart of with her church, Patton said many people did not seem to have the right mindset. They got to spend time with the people, share with them ...

Spring Break Trips

By Kristen Farley This week, observant students have noticed the long lines of Global Outreach tables set up in the lower SSC. The recruitment process has begun for this year’s spring break mission trips, and the itinerary for this year includes locations both old and new. This is the first year that Ecuador is on the list. In fact, it is something near and dear to Cedarville’s own, junior nursing major Priscilla Gonzalez. She was born and raised in Ecuador, and through her parent’s ...

The Other Side of the Field

Missions perspectives from those who grew up overseas by Rebekah Erway and Emily Day For some students here at Cedarville, missions is more than just a concept or a future plan. These MKs, or missionary kids, and internationals have seen some of what the work of missionaries is like on the other side of the field. Growing up in the midst of missions gave them some insights about it. Some names and country names have been altered or withheld to protect those in secure locations. Abbie ...

GO Make Disciples

Learn how Global Outreach got started, how they are on mission today by Alexandria Hentschel and Paolo Carrion When Dr. Don Callan started his short-term missions program at Cedarville University 46 years ago, then called Missions Involvement Service (MIS), he was greeted with mixed responses. “I’ve had a couple pastors buy me lunch to chew me out,” Callan said. These pastors thought that the ministry was “stealing” money from full-time missionaries. What Callan knew, however, ...

Missions v. Ministry

Cedars explores the debate discussing the difference between missions and ministry by Callahan Jones It was this instruction from Jesus, “The Great Commission,” that sent Christianity out across the globe and it is the command that drives mission efforts today. Over the last several decades, there has been a shift in the church’s overall approach to missions. Partially kick-started with the coining of the term “10/40 Window” by Christian missionary strategist Luis Bush in ...

Athletes for Christ

Cedarville’s basketball team has been going to the mission field since 1971 by Josh Burris and Tim Miller The Cedarville men’s basketball team has been going on mission trips since the summer of 1971 when Dr. Don Callan was the team’s head coach. The idea for the Cedarville basketball mission trips came from Callan and retired Lt. Gen. Loren Reno, who was playing at the time. Callan went on a basketball mission trip to Taiwan when he was a player at Taylor University. Reno, Cedarvi...

Finding Joy in Guatemala

Senior Zachary Bindus and junior Marissa Smith weren't sure they wanted to go on one of Global Outreach's spring break mission trips. But through a series of events, God made it clear to both of them that they were supposed to be in Guatemala. Here is a glimpse into their experiences during their week abroad. [All photos courtesy of Marissa Smith]

Cedarville Students Serve Haiti

Two Cedarville students with hearts for Haiti went to minister to the disaster-ridden island after a massive hurricane recently struck the region. Leslie Pence and Samantha Reece had been to Haiti before on multiple missions trips. They both were upset to hear that a hurricane was headed directly for where they had ministered during the previous summer. “We follow what’s happening in Haiti because we have a heart for it,” said Reece. “We saw the course of where the hurricane was ...