Asbury University Podcasts

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The speaker addressed chapel and talked about the connection between art and theology. He also talked about Jesus as our brother, incarnation, apartheid, and otherness. 

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Dr. Gray speaks to Asbury about cultural warring, religious divisions, Christian witness, sacrificing, and embracing truth.

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Helen Musick speaks to Asbury about goals, people, integrity, and complete surrender. 

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Sara Henderson and Caleb Mootispaw talked to to students about serving, the mission field, justice, expectations, God in the city, transformation, and revial in the world and in ourselves.

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After readings by Asbury students and faculty members, Steve Stratton speaks to Asbury about mental health, community, and emotional health. 

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Kay Warren talked about the importance of the Circle of Hope when addressing mental health.

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Rev. Smith talked about the Holy Spirit and how loving through the hurt and forgiveness we can know Him better.

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Members from the Alumni Board spoke to the student body about their personal experinces at Asbury which touched on the topics of God's will, light, and missionaries.

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Dr. Tennent addresses chapel about overcoming the trials, anxieties, and tribulations in our lives by allowing God to hear our laments. 

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Prof. Margaret Park-Smith demonstrated with clay, how God is like a potter shaping and forming us into the vessels He would like us to be.

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