After readings by Asbury students and faculty members, Steve Stratton speaks to Asbury about mental health, community, and emotional health.
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Kay Warren talked about the importance of the Circle of Hope when addressing mental health.
Rev. Smith talked about the Holy Spirit and how loving through the hurt and forgiveness we can know Him better.
Members from the Alumni Board spoke to the student body about their personal experinces at Asbury which touched on the topics of God's will, light, and missionaries.
Dr. Tennent addresses chapel about overcoming the trials, anxieties, and tribulations in our lives by allowing God to hear our laments.
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.
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.