Asbury University Podcasts

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Today Rev. Greg Haseloff spoke to the student body about complaining, friendship, community, thanksgiving and gratitude.

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Today Rev. Stan Key spoke to the student body about humility, being poor in spirit, being spiritually bankrupt and being a candidate for the kingdom.

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Today Rev. Carolyn Moore spoke to the student body about hurting, addiction, pain, shame, healing, sanity and maturity.

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Today Bishop Lindsey Davis spoke to the student body about the 10 lepers, thankfulness, being appreciated, lifestyle and a grateful heart.

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Today Dr. Gary Oliver spoke to the student body about pleasure, relationships and personhood.

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Today Christopher West spoke to the student body about male and female's, personhood, identity, design and marriage.

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Today Jenna Lee Nardella spoke to the student body about the Blood Water Mission, failure, justice, sacrifice and hope.

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This morning during Student Chapel, Senior Aaron Evans spoke to fellow students about relationships, friendship, identity, being chosen by God, love, freedom, and community.

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Pastor Steve Pearson, Senior Pastor, Church of the Savior, Nicholasville, KY, spoke to the campus of Asbury about bitterness, poison in the heart, forgiveness and healing.

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To end the Great Commission Congress Week, Dr. JoAnne Lyon, General Superintendent, The Wesleyan Church, Fishers, IND, spoke about larger imagination, refugees, poverty, equality, changing systems, and church.

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