The last chapel of the semester, or Senior Chapel, is filled with the topics of freedom, leave, and God being faithful as Asbury bids farewell to the Ransomed class of 2016.
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Asbury Honors students during Student Honors Convocation.
Doug Jones talks about how you can find life fulfillment in being a child of God and how the Bible should be used as a moral compass.
Steve Offutt addresses the Asbury community during Asbury's South Africa Campus Forum Week.
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.
Dr. Gray speaks to Asbury about cultural warring, religious divisions, Christian witness, sacrificing, and embracing truth.
Helen Musick speaks to Asbury about goals, people, integrity, and complete surrender.
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.
After readings by Asbury students and faculty members, Steve Stratton speaks to Asbury about mental health, community, and emotional health.
Kay Warren talked about the importance of the Circle of Hope when addressing mental health.