Chapel has long been considered the heartbeat of Cedarville’s campus. Every weekday at 10 a.m., students, faculty, and staff come together for a time of dynamic worship and powerful preaching. Lives are transformed as we spur one another toward Christ. It’s no wonder chapel is consistently rated as students’ favorite part of their Cedarville experience.
Mindy May, Director for Student Development and Dean of Women at Cedarville University, gives her personal testimony. She shares that there is nothing about one's circumstance that changes the nature and character of God.
Today's chapel is a Diversity Panel Discussion led by Dr. Thomas White, Dr. Anthony Moore, and Dr. Josh Kira of Cedarville University, and William Branch, Assistant Professor of Preaching and Bible at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Today's speaker is Micah Fries, Senior Pastor of Brainerd Baptist Church in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Pastor Fries uses Jeremiah 29:4-14 to draw a parallel from the nation of Israel living in exile in Babylon, to how we ought to live and behave in our culture today.
Today's speaker is Dr. Jedidiah Coppenger, Lead Pastor of Redemption City Church in Franklin, Tennessee. Dr. Coppenger encourages us from Matthew 6:9-13 to come in humility to God in prayer, trusting in His power to make a difference.
Dr. Thomas White continues his series in the Book of Nehemiah, exhorting us to be doers of the Word, and not hearers only. His text is Nehemiah 8:13 - 9:5. Dr. White serves as President of Cedarville University.
Today's chapel is led by Cedarville University's Student Government Association. Chaplain Isaac Dye teaches from 1 John 4:7-21 that when we love one another, we are more complete images of our God Who is love.