Adopted Into a New Hope
Melissa Brown, assistant professor of social work at Cedarville University, doesn’t just teach caring for others, she lives it. This September, she and her husband, Tom, adopted a boy from China. The Browns have four children between the ages of 7 and 13, the oldest of whom is Joey, the newest addition to their family.
Faith: The Foundation of Law Enforcement
Not all biblical studies students become pastors. Some become police officers.
Israel Trip: From Bucket List to Spiritual Revival
On this enlightening episode, lace up your basketball shoes or hiking boots, as we delve into the incredible journey of Cedarville’s men’s basketball team during their 80-mile, 12-day missions trip to Israel.
Cedarville Continues to meet Nursing Needs
Is there a healthcare crisis because of a shortage of nurses entering the profession? What is behind the lower number of students pursuing a college degree in nursing?
Worshipping the Creator at the Ark Encounter
One of the leading Christian college expos for middle and high school students—the Creation College Expo — will take place Thursday, Nov. 2, at the Ark Encounter in Williamstown, Kentucky.
COVE's Sizer Earns President's Award
Deidre Sizer, assistant director and tutoring coordinator of The Cove, was presented with the President’s Award from the National Tutoring Association (NTA)
From the Confusion of Babel to the Language of the Great Commission
Ever since Jesus commanded His followers to make disciples of all nations, Christians have traversed the globe, seeking to fulfill the Great Commission despite numerous challenges.
A Call for Integrity and Gospel Influence
Elections. Even the mere mention of the word may fill you with a set of perspiration-inducing emotions, perhaps ranging from excitement and opportunity, intransigence and helplessness, or dread and foreboding.
Overcoming Darkness With Light: New Academic Center Will Equip Graduates to Boldly Engage at the Crossroads of Culture
We are praying and planning for a new academic center that will potentially house five disciplines that stand at the crossroads of a post-Christian culture and a commitment to biblical truth.
Culture Clashes in the Classroom
In a recent article by The Washington Post, the alarm was sounded for the mental health crisis in our public schools. There is a nationwide shortage of mental health workers in middle schools, high schools, and universities alike. The article states that our schools are 100,000 people short of mental health workers.
Psychology Through a Biblical Worldview
When I first came to Cedarville University 22 years ago, I was struck by the motto that hung on the wall of the Department of Psychology: “Psychology Through a Biblical Worldview.”
A Gospel Connection: "The Holy Sexuality Project”
One year ago, Cedarville University associate professor of communication Jeff Simon was presented with an opportunity to consult on a multi-million dollar media ministry project that could make a difference worldwide and have an immediate impact on his college students.