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.
On the third evening of Holiness Emphasis Week, Reverend Dr. Dave Ward speaks about pain, suffering, loss, testing, and character.
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.
Rev. Dave Ward continued his series for Holiness Emphasis Week by speaking on topics such as listening, risking, begggin, and the will of God.
During the first evening event of Holiness Emphasis Week, Reverend Dr. Dave Ward talks to Asbury about tempations, sin, cheating, consequences, pleasure, and punishment.
To start off Holiness Emphasis Week, Reverend Dr. Dave Ward speaks to Asbury about human power, performance, duty, holiness as a gift, human weakness, and delight.
On the chapel after Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Clint Baldwin inspires Asbury with words of non-violent protest, suffering, justice, and love.
Dr. Kulaga addresses Asbury's student body about being controlled by the Spirit instead of the flesh and to let go of the carnal desires and secrets.
During the first chapel of the new year, and new semester, Dr. Grey talks to Asbury about a unique calling, prayer, truth, and the power of example.