During the first evening service of the Great Commission Congress, Dr. Dan Lewis speaks about our hearts, abilities, personalities, and experiences.
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For the opening of Great Commission Congress Week, Dr. Dan Lewis talks to Asbury during chapel about jars of clay, evangelism, Christ in you, and daily surrendering your life to Christ.
During the Board of Trustees Chapel, Dr. Deneese Jones talks to Asbury about being called out of our comfort zones and being united in Christ by using the metaphor of a ship outside its harbor.
J. Warner Wallace, a detective who used to be a vocal and conscientious atheist, speaks to the student body about loving God, a powerful God, and free agency.
Today Cole Richards talks about the Voice of the Martyrs, suffering with our borthers and sisters, and prayer.
Miller Jarrell, a Junior at Asbury University, shares his testimony with the student body, and he focuses on the topics of guilt and shame, secret place, and Lord and Savior.
Today Rev. Daryl Diddle talks about growth, trust, and how God works for good.
Pat Day speaks on fulfillment, patience, abilities, and talent.
Today Dr. Ted Yamamori talks about his calling, buisness, and missions.
During this semester's faculty chapel, Prof. Jill Campbell and Dr. David Riel both share their testimonies. They speak on themes of trust, patience, and God's faithfulness.