Dr. Brown spoke on the differences in cultures in America and how as children of the kingdom we are called to ask and understand all cultures and races.
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Asbury Students joined together for a time of renewal and confession, ending by taking the Lord's supper together.
Dr. Kulaga speaks on decision making by using truth, commandments, and influences to make praiseworthy decisions.
Asbury University President, Dr. Gray, introduces the spring 2017 semester by talking about the 2016 word of the year "Post-Truth" and its applications to culture, feelings, facts, and reality.
Dr. Sandra Gray closes chapel for fall of 2016 by talking about hope in the Christmas season.
A pannel of Asbury students spoke on how their faith effects their life.
Rev. Haseloff brings Asbury into thanksgiving week by showing us how our salvation has blessed us with the opporituity to be generous to those in challenging circumstances.
Kaylan Moran concludes Asbury's Human Sexuality Symposium by talking about being single and how it gives opportunity for stewardship, celibacy, and spirituality.
Continuing Asbury's Human Sexuality Symposium, Dr. Kiesling talks about attachment, trust, and a one-flesh union.
Starting of Asbury's Human Sexuality Symposium, Helen Musick talks about boundaries in relationships and how they bring freedom, clarity, obediance, and blessing.