Today the Asbury faculty gives recognition and awards for the ahievemnts that Asbury students have done.
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Today Dr. Malinda Stull gave her testimony and spoke about pain, death, wounds, hard times, life, and hope.
Today during the Engaging Culture Chapel, Erik Lokkesmoe, founder of A Different Drummer, speaks to Asbury about media and engaging in culture.
Today the Salvation Army General Andre Cox spoke about missions, holiness, and the Salvation Army
Today Mr. Doug DeVos talks to Asbury about foundations, values, and being equipped.
Today in chapel, Dr. Sarah Baldwin talks to Asbury about the lost, the rescued, identity, and becoming a beloved child of God.
Today during the Spring Missions Chapel, Prof. Roy Lauter, David Spencer and Mike Spencer spoke to Asbury about drugs, alcohol, gambling, being saved, God’s help and church growth in Eastern Kentucky.
Today during the Staff Testimony Chapel, Dr. Fiskeaux spoke to Asbury about personal call, commitment, sanctification, pure heart, being cleansed, and holiness.
Today in Chapel, for the Restoring Human Dignity Conference, Greg Darley spoke to Asbury about Justice and our calling to rescue and protect.
Cedric Peerman, player for the Cincinatti Bengals, talks to Asbury about salvation, sin, idols, and the issues of domestic violence.