year : 2019 66 results

Fit to be Tied

Cedarville equips dating and engaged couples with tools to prepare and strengthen their marriages by Madeline Mosher Over 1,000 couples in 25 years. That’s the going rate for Cedarville’s Fit to Be Tied, a year-long marital counseling program that seeks to prepare seriously dating and engaged students for marriage. Fit to Be Tied consists of three parts: personality and pre-marriage assessments, five sessions taught by CU faculty and meetings with mentor couples. Dr. Tom and Amy ...

Just Sayin’ – Poverty and the Gospel

by Alex Hentschel Hello. Nice to meet you. I am a middle-class, white American woman. Growing up, I always had something to eat, presents on Christmas morning, sweaters for the winter, and now my parents have a house in the suburbs. I’m attending college, a monstrous expense, without worrying (too much) about how it will affect my future. I have an American passport which allows me into most of the world’s countries if I can just afford the plane ticket to go. I am a native English ...

Lady Jackets Remain Undefeated At Home

by Abigail Hintz Head coach Kari Hoffman breathed a sigh of relief following Cedarville’s 80-64 victory over Alderson Broaddus on Thursday. “It's good to be home,” she said. After five weeks away, the Lady Jackets (13-3, 9-1 G-MAC) began their homestand with a G-MAC matchup against the middling yet pesky Battlers. Though such a score would usually lend itself to an easy victory, Thursday’s game was anything but. The Battlers kept sneaking their way to the Jackets’ scoreline, ...

Second Half Surge Springs Cedarville to Win

by Tim Miller A destructive opening to the second half allowed Cedarville to blow by Alderson Broaddus on Thursday night, giving the Yellow Jackets a 72-56 win. Thursday night's G-MAC games pitted six teams within two games in the standings against each other, and the Yellow Jackets were beneficiaries of movement within the conference. Cedarville (9-8, 6-3 G-MAC) is now locked in a four-way tie for third in the conference and ends its two-game skid with the dub. Senior guard Grant ...

A Baby for Christmas

by Paolo Carrion After over a year of paperwork, interviews, fundraising and dozens of rejections, Adam and Hannah Southerland finally held a baby in their arms. “I still get emotional thinking about it,” Hannah said. They sent the cute profile book of themselves to dozens of families, drove three hours on a day’s notice, spent days filling out paperwork and checked their email every hour. Families said no for months until Adam and Hannah met Deb in July of 2017. She was due in ...

Movie Review: ‘Mary Poppins Returns’

by Hunter Johnson Julie Andrews, the original Mary Poppins, has returned to theaters. She’s in Aquaman. But I’m not reviewing “Aquaman,” instead I’m taking a look at “Mary Poppins Returns,” with Emily Blunt as the titular character. From Rob Marshall, director of musicals such as “Chicago” and “Into the Woods,” “Mary Poppins Returns” revives the character that has been in the hearts of families across the world since 1964. Emily Blunt, having already worked ...