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Today in Chapel, Acts of Renewal performed and taught the student body about misconceptions of a forgiving God, forgiving us as we are, prisoners, the prodigal son, and acts of will.

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To close the Fall Revival week, Pastor Mark Van Valin spoke to the student body on image, influence, jobs, vocation, calling, home, and heart.

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Pastor Mark Van Valin spoke to the student body about the Holy Spirit, the Word of God, revival, the church, exile, and the hope of Heaven.

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Pastor Mark Van Valin spoke to the student body about power, being on top, the cross, and suffering.

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Pastor Mark Van Valin addressed the student body about marriage, physical attraction, emotional ease, character, and trust.

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Pastor Mark Van Valin spoke to the student body on sin, visible harm, deadens, conscience, obedience and freedom.

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Pastor Mark Van Valin spoke to the student body about self-promotion, self-protection, self-indulgence, self-sufficiency, fear, the trinity, love and joy.

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To begin Fall Revival week at Asbury, Mark Van Valin, pastor of Spring Arbor Free Methodist Church, spoke about beginnings, Noah, and grace.

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Rev. Dr. David Leeder spoke to the student body of Asbury on God's will, direction, call, and availability.

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The Traveling Team's, Andrew Broeckelman spoke to Asbury about the Haystack meeting, the student volunteer movement, the Cambridge Seven, and being pioneers of all nations.

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