Prof. Margaret Park-Smith demonstrated with clay, how God is like a potter shaping and forming us into the vessels He would like us to be.
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Rev. Haseloff shared with the Asbury community his story of how his experience with community brought hope to darkness in his life.
Skye Jethani addresses the Asbury community to say that when we see the world with imagination, we see past the brokenness to His Amazing Grace, and see that God is with us.
Pastor Peter Tsukahira urges the Asbury community to follow the will of God as a society that is a kingdom of priests and a holy nation.
Students addressed campus in chapel today and said you don't have to be worthy to be hungry for the word of God, and sometimes it takes endurance to follow through with the will of God.
Hannah Ramsey and Quentin Carter encouraged the Asbury Community to live the fullest lives possible and to serve others.
Dr. Sarah Baldwin talked about a sense of call, a suffering world, being alert, and a relational God that loves us supremely.
Joe Kelly shared about an event in his life where he had an aortic aneurysm. In spite of feeling like he had been thrown a curve ball, he felt God telling him not to fear and was given peace through the power of prayer.
Rev. Matthew Smyzer talks to Asbury about black history, the black church, dignity, a hand up, and neighbors.
Dr. Penner talks to the Asbury Community about faith through literature and language.