Asbury University Podcasts

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Dr. Campbell speaks on lifting our voices to God in congregational singing to connect to God. Prof. Miller concludes the chapel talking about singing a new song with our heavenly community.

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Jeannie Banter spoke on gettting right with God, seeking his will in prayer, asking for restoration, and reflecting on one Devine moment. 

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Julie Spaulding talks about her testimony of brokeness and tragedy, living in secret, and finding hope and faith in Jesus Christ. 

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Captain Andy Miller, III spoke on receiving meaning and nourishment from the Holy Spirit to have a transformation and to live in thanksgiving. 

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Pastor Matt LeRoy closes out Holiness Week by talking about being counter-cultural and striving towards true holiness and not leading questionable lives but instead living as a missionary in discipleship. 

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Pastor LeRoy talks on our freedom and how it transforms us, allowing us to find holiness in God.

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Pastor LeRoy speaks on the seventh miracle in the Gospel of John, the resurrection of Lazarus and how this shows us being a new creation through Christ.

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Pastor LeRoy talks on the Church and culture; how the Church should be counter-cultural as a disruption with a counter-story. 

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Pastor LeRoy speaks on doubts, the path of least resistance, guilt, grace, mercy, and freedom. 

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Pastor LeRoy speaks on confession and how it is not about hurt and sin so much as grace and forgiveness leading to resurrection life. 

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