Cedarville students sense a spiritual awakening
Story by Alan Brads and Maggie FippsPhotos by Logan Howard
At 8 p.m. sharp Monday, President Dr. Thomas White takes the stage in front of over 1,000 students curious to see how the night would take shape.
“We have no idea what we’re doing tonight,” White said. “That’s a good thing because otherwise nothing would happen. It’s up to the Lord tonight.”
Ten hours before this moment, White took the same stage to open Cedarville University's Monday morning chapel, a typical ...
Welcome Home: Chapel Through The Pandemic
by Abigail Hintz
Walking into the Jeremiah Chapel after over a year away was one of the coolest experiences of my life. I entered the doors to the familiar dim light, but the hum of the students was life giving. Everyone felt so much joy to be back, myself included.
We watched as a video played reminiscing on how we had made it through the last year by God’s grace, and how after one whole year, we were home.
As we were invited to worship with the band, tears were already in my eyes. ...
Veteran’s Day Chapel 2016
PHOTO GALLERY: Cedarville University hosted its annual Veteran's Day chapel to honor veterans on campus and in the community. This year, U.S. Air Force Chaplain Major General Dondi Costin delivered a message on how the best way to honor veterans is to serve God and the community wherever one is called.
Hear voices of some of the 200 plus veterans who attended Cedarville University's annual Veteran's Day chapel on Nov. 11.