Today Dr. Gary Oliver spoke to the student body about pleasure, relationships and personhood.
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Today Christopher West spoke to the student body about male and female's, personhood, identity, design and marriage.
Today Jenna Lee Nardella spoke to the student body about the Blood Water Mission, failure, justice, sacrifice and hope.
This morning during Student Chapel, Senior Aaron Evans spoke to fellow students about relationships, friendship, identity, being chosen by God, love, freedom, and community.
Pastor Steve Pearson, Senior Pastor, Church of the Savior, Nicholasville, KY, spoke to the campus of Asbury about bitterness, poison in the heart, forgiveness and healing.
To end the Great Commission Congress Week, Dr. JoAnne Lyon, General Superintendent, The Wesleyan Church, Fishers, IND, spoke about larger imagination, refugees, poverty, equality, changing systems, and church.
Dr. Doug Carter, Senior Vice President of EQUIP, Atlanta, GA, spoke to Asbury during the second service of Great Commission Congress Week on themes of investors, difference makers, and influence.
To start off Great Commission Congress week at Asbury University, Shawn Casselberry, Executive Director of Mission Year, Chicago, ILL, spoke to the student body about cities, injustice, homelessness, brokeness, and grace.
This morning during Chapel, Rev. Esther Jadhav, Director of Intercultural Programs at Asbury University, spoke about not giving up being faithful, good and true, and good news.
Micah Bournes, a Musician/Spoken Word Poet, spoke during Chapel to the student body about white privilege, uniformity, unity, diversity, and the image of God.