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.
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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.
Alexis Finley, a member of the Anchored class of 2017, spoke about disability, blindness, and love.
Professor Tim Crook spoke on the subjects of invitation, relationships, thankful, and gratitude.
Pastor Nathan Elliott spoke to campus about holiness, righteousness, and sin.
Mrs. Kim Meeder spoke to the campus on Wednesday morning about rescue, choice, and freedom.
Commmissioner Barry Swanson talks to Asbury about being marginalized and finding grace and love.
In the final part of our three-part Credo Series, Dr. Steve Seamands addresses the topics of the Holy Spirit, person, and helper.