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.
Today's chapel is led by the Student Government Association at Cedarville University. Chaplain Justin Schlabach teaches that the true and only gospel promotes pleasing God, and eliminates people-pleasing. His text is Galatians 1:1-10.
Today's speaker is Dr. Chris Miller, Senior Professor of Biblical Studies at Cedarville University. Dr. Miller continues the "Believe: The Gospel of John" series, speaking from John 2, and looks at the beginning of the signs of Jesus.
Today's chapel speaker is Dr. Trent Rogers, Dean of the School of Biblical & Theological Studies and Assistant Professor for New Testament and Greek at Cedarville University. Dr. Rogers begins a series from the Gospel of John, entitled "Believe". Dr. Rogers shows that John chapter 1 urges the reader to believe in and follow Jesus, the Christ, the Son of God.
Today's devotional speaker is Dr. Michael McKay, Assistant Professor of Biblical Theology at Cedarville University. Dr. McKay encourages us with the reality of the believer's enjoyment of the presence of God. His text is Romans 5:1-11.
Today's devotional speaker is Dr. Billy Marsh, Director of M.Div. Programs and Assistant Professor of Theology at Cedarville University. Speaking from 2 Peter, Dr. Marsh exhorts us never to forget our God, His works, or His words.
Today's devotional speaker is Dr. Chris Miller, Senior Professor of Biblical Studies at Cedarville University. Dr. Miller reminds us that whenever a crisis hits where we're tempted to complain or despair, there is no better medicine to take than a healthy dose of the sovereignty of God.
Today's devotional speaker is Dr. Trent Rogers, Dean of the School of Biblical & Theological Studies at Cedarville University. Dr. Rogers reminds us from James 1:1-12 that Christians have joy in hardships and suffering, because they have faith and hope in God.
Today's chapel devotional is led by Dr. Thomas White, President of Cedarville University. Dr. White walks through Proverbs 1:1-7, encouraging us to cultivate wisdom skillfully, displaying God's character in the decisions of daily life.
Listen as Paul Davis illustrates Jesus' heart for the harassed and hurting of our world to come to Him and be saved from their sins. His text is Matthew 9:35-38. Mr. Davis serves as President of the Association of Baptists for World Evangelism (ABWE).