Asbury University Podcasts

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Today Pastor Sammy Tippit talks about prayer, renewal, revival, and having total commitment, no matter what it costs.

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Dr. Mike Licona, Associate Professor of Theology at Houston Baptist University, speaks to the Asbury University community about historial reliability, Gospel contradictions, and bias'.

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Today Ted Osborn talked to the student body on his journy and walk with the Lord, his topics included younger son, prodigal, negative self-talk, baptized, hunger, Holy Spirit

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On the first night of Student Renewal and Revival, Adam Burge and Melissa Wagner talk to Asbury about fear, struggle, and triumph.

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Students Chandler Vance and Caiti Maumenee kick off Renewal & Revival week with Monday morning chapel speaking about excellence, story, redemption, and adoption. 

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Pastor Richard Gaines talks to Asbury about the right doctrine, the right practice, belief, and being thoroughly equipped. 

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For the Chapel right before Valentine's Day, Greg and Jen Haseloff speak to Asbury about singleness, pursuit, sexuality, and trust.

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Today, Olive Aneno shares her story with Asbury and discusses Psalm 23, the love of Christ, healing, and release from poverty.

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Dr. Timothy Tennent, President of Asbury Theological Seminary, talks with the student body about divorce, body, unity, and procreation.

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 For the fourth friday of the Spring Semester, Chapel was lead by the Provost of Asbury University, Dr. Jon Kulaga. He spoke to the Asbury campus on themes of being compelling witnesses, being ready to give an answer, and being real in their faith journey. 

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