Dr. Sarah Baldwin talked about a sense of call, a suffering world, being alert, and a relational God that loves us supremely.
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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.
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.
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.
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.
Anita Keagy inspires Asbury to seek God intentionally by reading His letter to us through the 21 Day Challenge.
On the first day of February, Deanna Lindberg speaks to Asbury about her expereince with sexual exploitation, image, transformation, and freedom.
For the final chapel of Holiness Emphasis Week, Reverend Dr. Dave Ward spoke to Asbury about happiness, human feeling, divine, and residual blame.