The message from Exodus 28 and I Peter 1.16 ascribed holiness as the color of God. A river within the river is present across the story of Scripture, where you jump in the stream of God’s holiness.
Continue to be part of the Asbury community even after you’ve left campus.
This chapel message is a personal testimony of overcoming hate, encountering forgiveness, receiving a new name, and becoming a witness for Jesus.
Bishop Linda Adams speaks to the Asbury student body.
Through music and scripture, this Ash Wednesday time of worship creates entry into a season of confession, penitence, Repentance, and preparation for the celebration of Easter in 40 days.
During Black History Month, this message spoke to God’s heart for diversity, the shortcomings of colorblindness, celebration of Diversity, and our ultimate identity in Christ.
Life in the Spirit is a life full of freedom and holiness, blessed by the Spirit.
During this Compassion Chapel we are reminded of how people are wonderfully made, beautiful, and a blessing.
This message explores the idea of how God created, God ordained, and what happens when you surrender.
This Student Panel answers questions submitted to them by the Asbury Student body. They talk about conversation and honesty with your fellow students, and how the kingdom of God is multi-cultural.
Dr. Brian Hull talks about how to make space to answer your call to be a disciple by surrendering unto Him.