One Thousand Days Transformed - The Campaign for Cedarville

Cedarville University would love to assist your church or organization by providing an expert speaker at your next event. We have faculty and staff members available to speak on topics as broad as theology and apologetics to geology and political science.

Our speakers are available to a church, school or organization by providing the speaker with whatever is their usual and customary honorarium for such an occasion. Travel within a two-hour driving radius will be covered by the university. Travel beyond a 2-hour driving radius will be the responsibility of the requestor.

Speaker requests that involve an overnight stay or flight arrangements will be at the expense of the requestor. Here are some of the occasions that are ideal for our speakers:

  • School Assemblies
  • Teacher In-service
  • Convocations
  • Classroom Presentations
  • STEM Classes or Clubs
  • Christian School Chapels
  • Adult or Student Ministries
  • Professional Associations
  • Homeschool Gatherings
  • Pulpit Supply

Arrangements for speakers may be coordinated through Church and School Relations.

Email: Send an email
Phone: 937-766-7607

Jeremy Kimble

Jeremy Kimble, PhD

Assistant Professor of Theology
Expert Topics:

  • That His Spirit May Be Saved: The Importance of Church Membership and Discipline
  • The Supremacy of Scripture: Meditating on God’s Word Day and Night
  • Worldview Formation: How the Bible Transforms Our Practices in Church, Work, and Home Life

Tom Mach

Tom Mach, PhD

Vice President for Academics; Professor of History
Expert Topics:

  • Christians and Politics
  • U.S. History
  • Worldview

William Marsh

Billy Marsh, PhD

Assistant Professor of Theology
Expert Topics:

  • A Pilgrim Life: Christian Living as Faith Longing for a Better Country
  • Christ in All the Scriptures
  • Christian Worldview

Jeff Reep

Jeff Reep, MEd

Director of Career Services
Expert Topics:

  • Boys to Men – The Goal: Not Well Behaved Boys but Godly Men
  • Choosing a Major/College/Career
  • Priority Management
  • Survive or Thrive? Being a Leader in the Workplace

Mark Caleb Smith

Mark Caleb Smith, PhD

Chair, Department of History and Government; Professor of Political Science; Director, Center for Political Studies
Expert Topics:

  • Evangelicals and Cultural Engagement
  • God and Government
  • The Cost of Discipleship

John Whitmore

John Whitmore, PhD

Professor of Geology
Expert Topics:

  • Age of the Earth
  • Dinosaurs and the Bible
  • Geology of the Grand Canyon
  • Noah’s Flood
  • The Nature of the Fossil Record