Asbury University Podcasts

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Dr. Penner talks to the Asbury Community about faith through literature and language.

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Today for Compassion International chapel, Annie Downs talks to Asbury about whispers of fear, the question of 'what if', being courageous, the big difference, and the end of the story.

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Tommy Otley and Nesbert Valval talk about how God took their hard cicumstances and lead them on a journey of trusting God through those hard times. God used their sports, swimming and tennis, to lead them to Asbury to deepen their relationship with Him.

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Dr. J.P. Rader speaks to the students about humbleness, a heart for God, being a light in a dark place, servant leaders, and the future that we all have a part in.

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Anita Keagy inspires Asbury to seek God intentionally by reading His letter to us through the 21 Day Challenge.

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On the first day of February, Deanna Lindberg speaks to Asbury about her expereince with sexual exploitation, image, transformation, and freedom. 

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For the final chapel of Holiness Emphasis Week, Reverend Dr. Dave Ward spoke to Asbury about happiness, human feeling, divine, and residual blame.

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On the final night of Holiness Emphasis week, Reverend Dr. Dave Ward speaks to Asbury about common lies, father of lies, good gifts, and grace.

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On the third evening of Holiness Emphasis Week, Reverend Dr. Dave Ward speaks about pain, suffering, loss, testing, and character.

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Reverend Dr. Dave Ward address Asbury during Holiness Emphasis Week by illustrating an understanding of full salvation with the 10 Chairs of Grace: foreknowledge, prevenient grace, convicting grace, justifying grace, repentance, growth, complete consecration, growth again, and entire sanctification.

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