Asbury University Podcasts

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Rev. Steve DeNeff challenges students to change the operating systems that are occupied within our minds.  

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Dan and Martha Hutchens share that seeking God and being theologically stretched can help us work through fear to share the Gospel.

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In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Dr. Michelle Wells speaks about recognizing the signs of needed change. She challenges students to seek equality, justice, and inner transformation through bold actions.

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In this special service in reverence of the Lord's supper, Asbury students and staff are edified in confession, repentance, and commitment.

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Rev. Greg Haseloff encourages students to approach life with courage, boldness, personality, and a sound mind.

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Dr. Gray welcomes back students for a new spring semester. She spoke from the book of John about Jesus' call for all to be fishers of men. Sinful souls will be won from our willingness to traverse the "deep waters" of life.

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The President's Advisory Panel closes out the Fall semester of 2017 by speaking about gratitude, and boldness as an antidote to anxiety. God defeats these things by allow us to have a spirit of power.

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Colonel Janet Munn speaks on when it's important to say no, say yes, or to say nothing at all.

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Rev. Dr. Sam Kamaleson speaks on having complete surrender towards God, and how He gets our attention.

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Speaker Jessica Harris talks about the lack of healing after the tolls of shame prevent us from understanding God's grace. Jessica addresses that struggling with sexual sin can create an identity crisis, but with the Living Water of Jesus Christ we are called to freedom.

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