All chapel services are from 11 a.m.-noon in Estes Chapel
Tuesday, February 14
Dr. Robert Smith
Professor of Christian Preaching, Beeson Divinity School
Dr. Robert Smith
Professor of Christian Preaching, Beeson Divinity School
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Social Wisdom for Social Media (part 1)
J.D. Walt, Seedbed Sower in Chief begins a series of articles entitled, Social Wisdom for Social Media.
Seedbed, the new online resourcing platform of the seminary, has launched. Go to www.asburyseedbed.com to see everything that is available. It contains everything from books, Bible studies, videos and blog posts. Be sure to like Seedbed on the Facebook page so that you can be notified when new materials and deals are offered.
Please find the MP3 audio tracks and accompanying sheet music that supplement the Asbury Reader: Sing on iTunes at this link.
Twice a month, one Monday (starting at 4 p.m.) and one Saturday (starting at 9 a.m.), Asbury’s Office of Global Community Formation welcomes students, staff, faculty, and their families to serve in the local community. Each service time begins by meeting at the student center and is followed by a free meal. Everyone is invited! Dates for the service projects are listed below, and details will be provided as each event approaches.
Monday, February 13
Meet in Student Center at 4 p.m. to serve at Confrontation Point Ministries.
Dinner begins at 5:30 p.m. in the Green Room behind the gym in the student center.
Please come to either or both events. All GCF asks is that if you come to dinner that you please bring a salad or drink if you can.
Families are invited to both events!!!
Saturday, February 25
Monday, March 12
Saturday, March 24
Monday, April 16
Saturday, April 28
Monday, May 7
Nicholasville United Methodist Church serves a weekly free meal to the community called Manna Meal every Saturday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. We are always in need of volunteers to cook, serve, greet, and clean up. Another special area that we could always use more people is in the area of visiting the guest who are being served. Many of these people have great stories to tell and sometimes they need someone just to listen. This is a great opputunity experience ministry with people up close and personal.
If you are interested please contact Adele Mckinney at email@example.com or you can contact the church office at 859.885.4481 and ask who you need to talk to about volunteering for Manna Meal.
Lexington Philharmonic Kicked-Back Classics
7:00 p.m., Downtown Arts Center, 141 East Main Street, Lexington
Kicked Back Classics offers music lovers an up-close musical conversation with Music Director Scott Terrell, LexPhil musicians, guest artists and composers. Meet Composer-In-Residence Daniel Kellogg and discuss the making of music.
Tickets can be purchased through the Downtown Arts Center Box Office by calling 859.225.0370.
UK Basketball vs. University of Mississippi
4 p.m., Rupp Arena
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Hailing from Ireland, the septet group known as Celtic Crossroads dishes out traditional Irish music set with musical sides of celtic folk rock, bluegrass and gypsy-inspired song crafts.
8 p.m., EKU Center for the Arts, Richmond
Purchase tickets online or at 859.622.7469
6 p.m. Women’s BB vs. Alice Lloyd
7 p.m. Men’s BB vs. Alice Lloyd
The dining hall is open for lunch Monday through Friday and dinner Monday through Thursday.
Lunch 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. M, W, F
Lunch 11:45 a.m.-1:15 p.m. T, Th
There is no set menu for this week, so check the signs at the entrance and watch for postings.
Asbury Inn is offering Wilmore’s very own Fitch’s IGA glazed donuts for purchase on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings during breakfast. Donuts are $.75 each or get a donut and drink (coffee, milk, or juice) for $1.
Asbury Inn is now offering Otis Spunkmeyer cookies for purchase. Chocolate Chip & Peanut Butter varieties are available and cookies are $.60 each or 2 for $1. You may also get 1/2 dozen for $3 or a dozen for $5.50. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 2-3 p.m., cookies will be available fresh-out-of-the-oven!
Each week day (except Wednesdays)
Noon in Fletcher Chapel
Monday-Dr. Kevin Kinghorn and Dr. Bob Stamps
Tuesday-Dr. Bob Stamps and Rev. Peg Hutchins
Thursday-Dr. John Cook and Dr. Bob Stamps
If you know a graduating student who has:
1. Demonstrated promise in leadership.
2. Demonstrated a servant attitude in their lifestyle and activities.
Then, nominate them to receive the Towel and Basin Award.
What is this?
The Towel and Basin Award is an award presented by the Alumni Department to a graduating student (one from both Kentucky and Florida campuses) who has a heart to serve the people around them. This award allows students, staff and faculty to recognize someone who has displayed a servant’s heart in our community and in all areas of their life. Through this person we are able to reflect upon the heart of Christ and how embodying His heart impacts our world
When is it given?
During awards chapel on Kentucky campus and generally during graduation of Florida’s campus.
Who is eligible?
Any student who is graduating.
When are nominations due?
Nominations are due no later than noon on March 30, 2012.
10 evenings designed for connection with your spouse in a relaxing, date-like atmosphere, including fellowship with other couples, dessert, the Alpha Marriage Course on DVD, and guest sharers.
Where: World Gospel Mission, Wilmore
When: Thursday nights, 6:30-8:30 p.m. (February 23- May 3)
Cost: One-time fee of $25 per couple (includes cost of books)
Scholarships are available to help out with ½ the cost of the class if needed, please email or call Christine at 859.492.2046 for more information.
Rev. Spencer Lundgaard, Executive Director of A Christian Ministry in the National Parks, will be on campus on Tuesday, February 14, recruiting students for summer 2012 positions. Please use this link to sign up for your interview time with him.
For further information, please see the ACMNP Field Education job description for seminarians and the ACMNP flier.
Mondays at 7 p.m., February 6-June 18, all are invited to a study of the book of Exodus led by Dr. John Oswalt, Visiting Distinguished Professor of Old Testament at Asbury Theological Seminary. This event is free, and the public is cordially invited.
Tuesdays at 7 p.m, February 7-April 3, women of all ages are invited to our Titus Women’s Bible study, Drawing Near. We will be studying the book of Hebrews, chapters 7-13.
Dennis F. Kinlaw Symposium for Theological Dialogue: On Thursday, February 9, from 10:30 a.m. to noon. Dr. Daniel Strait, Professor of English at Asbury University, will speak on “Prayer as Wounded Speech.” A light lunch and discussion will follow. This event is free, and the public is cordially invited. Please RSVP by Wednesday, February 8 (appreciated but not required).
All of these opportunities will take place at the FAS Ministry Center, 1580 Lexington Road, Wilmore. For more information, call 858.4222 or email email@example.com or visit www.francisasburysociety.com.
ATS Fitness will be offerring spots for personalized training in the Deep End and new cardio studios in the gym.
We at ATS Fitness can help you meet your fitness goals for 2012. If you are interested please contact Jonas Hamilton at the Asbury Fitness email address or stop by the fitness office weekdays from 8 a.m.-noon.
Don’t forget to use a QR app on your mobile device to scan the banners around campus for the Asbury Seminary QR Code Experience or visit the website listed on each banner from any computer. Scan to connect often. The QR Code Experience changes throughout the year.