On the first night of Holiness Emphasis Week, Rev. Dr. David Smith speaks on the Father's love, being restored, and the good news.
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To start off Holiness Emphaisis Week, Rev. Dr. David Smith speaks to Asbury about how the book of Mark needs to be heard and experienced in an incarnate and communal way.
During Asbury's Winter Access Weekend, Dr. Jeremy Corbett, President of the Alumni Board, speaks to current and prospective students about appreciation, regret, success, and character transformation when writing our own "stories."
On the first chapel after Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Dr. David Swartz speaks to Asbury about civil rights, social holiness, and the Christian community.
On the second day of Chapel for Spring 2015, Kendall Kauffeldt of Samaritan's Purse speaks on his journey of service for Christ. His testimony of his life in Africa touches on themes of surrender and fulfillment. Kendall also gives an account of Christ's faithfulness throughout the recent Ebola epidemic.
In the first chapel of the Spring 2015 semester, President Sandra Gray addresses the Asbury community with a message on resolutions, representatives, and behavior of the agents of Christ.
Dr. Gray speaks to Asbury on the last chapel of the semester about a broken world, Christmas, and being a child of God.
Asbury University students Nick Grounds & Joey Johnson speak during the final student chapel of the semester about obedience, tools to break walls, consistency, and how "God is good."
Today Rev. Greg Haseloff speaks in Chapel about stumbling blocks, simple obedience, and crying out for the kingdom.
Mr. Christopher Yuan address Asbury students about identity, repentance, hope, and grace.