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.
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This morning in Chapel, both Dr. Paul Nesselroade & Dr. Corrie Merricks spoke to the student body about an unmerciful servant, pay, merit, grace, mercy, acceptance, freedom and God's mission in the world.
Today Donnita Travis, Founder & Executive Director of By the Hand Club for Kids of Chicago, Ill, spoke to the student body about under resourced neighborhoods, inner-city, every life matters, and loving like God.
Today Dr. Ben Witherington, the Jean R. Amos Professor of New Testament for Doctoral Studies at Asbury Theological Seminary, spoke to the student body of Asbury University about the universe, books of nature, science, biblical religion, human dignity, exploring, and the cosmos.
This morning in Chapel, Rev. Tafue Lusama spoke on issues of social justice, care for creation, and Jesus' Mission.
Today Dr. Sarah Baldwin, Vice President of Student Development & Dean of Students at Asbury University, spoke to the student body about familiar places, being in an honest community, naming, and spiritual friendships.
During chapel at Asbury University, Pastor Matt LeRoy spoke to Asbury about Wesleyan holiness, mission, firebrand hearts, gospel, and culture.
Former Asbury president, Dr. David Gyertson, spoke to the student body about a renewed mind, great commandment, great commission, serving sacrificially, and recklessly abandoned.
Today Dr. John Wigger spoke about the history and life of Francis Asbury to the student body, and through this he addressed the topics of being a Christian Leader, piety, prayer and campmeetings.
Jeannie Banter, Assistant Director of Campus Ministries and Assistant Chaplain, addresses Asbury on topics of surrender, flesh and blood, and kneeling Christianity.