Cato McKenzie and Maris Harreld share their testimonies about God's love, and how to deal with codependency.
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Mr. Harvey Thomas speaks to Asbury about his time working for Margaret Thatcher, and about faith, tragedy, and humor.
Dr. Victor Hamilton speaks about Ash Wednesday and the importance of holidays and holy days.
Dr. Sandra Richter speaks to Asbury about the great commission, and the importance of last words.
Prof. Teresa Jenkins talks about her own personal experiences with perfectionism, procrastination, how to recognise if you have these tendencies.
Dr. Gary Oliver speaks to Asbury about ways to build relationships and love through cherishing and nourishing.
Pastor Richard Gaines talks to Asbury's students about perserverance and praise through hard times.
Mr. Joe Ehrmann speaks about the cultural definitions of masculinity, feminity, and how we can redefine the definitions.
George Lytle and Cameron Hassler give their testimonies on what it means to be students dealing with the pressures of competitive atmospheres.
Mr. Max Appel gives his testimony, and talks about the Great Commission, and indentity in Christ.