Mr. Alan Hirsch speaks to Asbury about the basics of Christianity, refounding Christianity, and what society thinks of Christ.
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Mr. Tim Goeglein speaks on pride, character, and virtue.
Mr. John Lynch, the co-author of TrueFaced, speaks to Asbury University about grace and trust.
Professor Roy Lauter speaks to Asbury students about heroes and the bible.
Ryan Maxwell and Nathaniel Glass share their testimonies in the last student chapel of the spring semester.
Rev. Reuben Langat speaks to Asbury University about missions work, obedience to God, and his testimony.
Dr. Timothy Tennent from Asbury Theological Seminary talks about how holiness, fruitfulness, and repentence are important in the lives of Christians.
Mr. Mark Vermilion speaks to Asbury about Bill Borden, and how Bill Borden incorporated the themes of "No reserve, no retreat, no regrets" into his life.
David Johnson speaks about how to redefine poverty from the view from America, and hope and empowerment.
President Dr. Sandra Gray speaks about her insights on Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Steve Jobs, choices, and success.