Session on Biblical Manhood Encourages Men to Pursue God in Everything
by Madeleine Mosher
On Saturday December 2, over one hundred men from all over Cedarville’s campus gathered in Stingers to gain wisdom from assistant professor of theology Dr. Jeremy Kimble. He spoke on the relationship between biblical manhood and lust.
The Manhood events are a series of lecture and Q&A sessions geared toward the men on Cedarville’s campus. Saturday’s event was the third and last for the fall semester, and Dan Tedone, senior biblical studies major who came up ...
New RD Finds a Home Among the Cornfields
by Emma Waywood
Willets Dorm welcomed Charlotte Burcham into their hall family this year as the brand-new Resident Director (RD). She accepted the position in August 2018 and has much to offer the Cedarville community.
A former coffee barista and church planter in Chattanooga, Tennessee, Burcham heard about the job from Johnson RD Michelle Davis, who is her first cousin. Davis approached Burcham with the offer, despite the fact that Burcham was comfortable where she was in Chattanooga. ...
CU wins Brigade Ranger Challenge, Advances to Nationals
Though they were the smallest school in the competition, that didn’t stop the Cedarville Army ROTC Rangers team from taking first place at the Brigade Ranger Challenge held at Fort Knox, Kentucky, on November 4.
The team was led by junior co-commanders Andy Arreguin and Dani Lesko. Other members of the team were seniors Nate Mason and Scott Grimes, junior Victoria Collett, sophomores James Barber, Zach Ashley, Jacob Schlichtmann, and freshmen Ethan McCall, Jake Williamson, and Daniel ...
Cedarville Student Serves in Israel
By Bryson Durst
Imagine a place where you can serve others in a foreign context and visit famed historical locations. Sara Freeland, a recent Cedarville graduate, got this chance when she traveled to Israel this past summer as part of the Origins 2018 service trip. She spoke about her trip to a group of current Cedarville students on Tuesday, November 13 in the BTS.
The team members stayed in the city of Rehovot, a mid-size town in central Israel. Sara described the primary purpose of their ...
Men’s Glee Club to Perform Concert Thursday
by Hannah Deane
The musical athletes of Cedarville University’s Men’s Glee Club are working hard to prepare for their upcoming concert.
The Men’s Glee Club, consisting of 15 men with varying vocal ranges, has been an important element of Cedarville’s musical ensembles since it was formed in 1992.
“This is of course a university-level singing ensemble and so it is primarily, aside from the obvious, to glorify God in the stewardship of people’s gifts vocally to present the ...
Campus Encourages Discipleship through 9Marks Pastors Conference
By Zach Krauss
This year, Cedarville and 9Marks Ministries worked together to host a Pastors Conference with the theme of discipleship and growth. On November 6th and 7th, students, pastors, and other ministry leaders heard from pastors such as Mark Dever, Garrett Kell, and Brian Davis.
The mission statement for this year’s conference is that “through biblical teaching and fellowship, the Cedarville University Pastors Conference with 9Marks will challenge, strengthen and encourage ...
Old Testament Professor Publishes Book on Minor Prophets
by Zachary Krauss
In the summer of 2018, Associate Professor of Biblical Studies Michael Shepherd published his latest book, A Commentary on the Book of the Twelve. This book takes a look at the last 12 books of the Old Testament, the Minor Prophets, and presents them as one composition rather than 12 unconnected books.
Shepherd said that the first thought of writing a manuscript like this began about 15 years ago when he was at graduate school and he became interested in reading through ...
Too Close for Comfort
Students from Cincinnati respond to the recent downtown shooting that took three lives
by Jacob Oedy
“There was a shooting today in…” This headline is all too common in American media. In the 17 years that have passed since 9/11, senseless shootings and bombings have become a frighteningly routine occurrence — until it happens on your doorstep.
Many Cedarville students experienced this kind of shock after the shooting in downtown Cincinnati on Sept. 6. Freshman and Cincinnati ...