Student Josh Kelly speaks to Asbury on real tragedy, comfortable life, and being crucified with Christ.
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During the Tuesday night service of Student Renewal & Revival Week, Emily Puckett and Stephen Mitchell both speak on the parabel of the prodigal son while emphasizing the themes of anger, the mess of bad choices, and the Father's love.
Rachel Hodge speaks to us about basketball, being a people-pleaser, and sin.
On the first day of Student Renewal and Revival Week,Chris Israel speaks to the Asbury community about our dreams, taking up our cross, and deciding.
Lipscomb University Assitant Soccer Coach, Chris Klotz, speaks to the campus on the topics of calling, deperation, and flying.
Retired Vice President of World Vision, Dr. Samuel Kamalason, speaks to Asbury of God's love for us, the faith he developed, and challenged Asbury to listen to God.
Hudson Smith speaks to our campus about God's will and going to the unreached nations.
On this Valentine's day chapel, several members of the Asbury Outreach Coalition spoke on their various ministries that all share the common themes of volunteering, serving with joy, and the love that they share and receive through their ministries.
Shaun Groves speaks on being hard pressed, compassion, and equality.
Shaun Groves ministered during our service with original songs and stories about perseverance, generosity, and grace.