During this first evening service of Holiness Emphasis week, Dr. Sandra Richter challenges Christians to think of agriculture, a redeemed community, and excess in a Biblical perspective.
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Dr. Sandra Richter starts off the 2014 Holiness Emphasis Week with a message on stewardship, rebellion, and redemption.
On this first Student Chapel of the semester, students Brooke Denke and Will Summay challenge the campus to gap the bridges in the conflicts between the church and the world. They spoke on themes of aloneness, depression, and surrenderding to Christ in relation to homosexuality.
Dr. Robert Stamps talks to the Asbury community on sanctification, all things God, and the post-Christian world.
Mr. Marc Wilson speaks to the Asbury community on sanctification, how God provides, and how to be salt and light.
Mr. David Peterka speaks on purity, love, and freedom.
For the acknowledgement of Martin Luther King Jr. day, Dr. Medine Keener speaks on reconciliation in the church over the astonding presence of racism. She also speaks on holiness and the call of Christ for his church to become a united body.
Dr. Michael Kane, head of the soon to be opened school of business at Asbury University, speaks on the the ethics of the business world today. He speaks on themes of greed, surrender, and stewardship and how they relate to the Christian in business.
Asbury University's President Dr. Sandra Gray starts the year off with a message about character, ordinary roads, and grace.
President Sandra Gray speaks in the final Chapel of the semester on hope, expectation, and prayer in this Christmas season.