Asbury University Podcasts

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Rev. Stan Key talks about the truth of suffering regarding bitterness, mystery, happiness, and the cross.

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Reverend Stan Key talks about the truth of the body of Christ being a living sacrifice, resurrected, and our bodies are temples, and we are servants to Him.

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Rev. Stan Key speaks about the truth about Jesus, who He is, and why He came.

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Rev. Stan Key starts off Fall Revival with the truth about truth involving listening, Scripture, the way, and personal freedom.

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Rev. Stan Key continues Fall Revival with the truth about sin being like leprosy. It is egocentric, contagious, hideous, and it kills.

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Asbury professor Dr. Brian Hull shares the importance of our boldness in evangelism, transformation, relationship, and freedom.

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Pamala Lau teaches Asbury about courageous faith in God, risk in following Him, and the kindness He shows. She focuses on passages in Joshua 2 & Ephesians 2:4.

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Pastor Jason Duncan from GCF Vineyard speaks to Asbury about Naaman in 2 Kings, addictive personality, arrogance, sick, mercy, and confession.

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Dr. Kimberly Majeski from Anderson University shares her story of ministering through her organization "Stripped Love" to girls exposed to sex trafficking.

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Student Body President, Tim Shell, and Vice President of Spiritual Life, Josh Becht, speak of this year's vision for student government: "discovering the unknown."

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