Monday, October 13, 2003

Cedarville's new leader embraces challenge: "Brown, 49, served as president of Bryan College in Tennessee for 10 years before making the difficult decision — reached after much prayer, he said — to leave a school where he had worked for 18 years and accept the Cedarville presidency."

Albert Stevens, chairman of Cedarville’s board of trustees, said Brown received the unanimous support of the board and is "on the threshold of taking this university to new heights."

Brown’s voice choked with emotion as he thanked his parents, wife and two teen-age children, and then, opening his arms to the audience, he said, "To the family of Cedarville, we are in for a great ride."

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