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Rev. Dr. Randy Woodley, Ph.D., is a farmer, activist/scholar, distinguished speaker, teacher and wisdom keeper who addresses a variety of issues concerning American culture, faith/spirituality, justice, race/diversity, regenerative farming, our relationship with the earth and Indigenous realities. He graduated from Asbury Seminary with a Ph.D. in I…
 
Today on the podcast, I’m joined by Dr. Winfield Bevins, an internationally recognized author, teacher, and coach. He is Director of Church Planting at Asbury Seminary and co-founder of Healthy Rhythms Coaching , which is a global online coaching and training platform to help leaders thrive. He has helped train leaders in over twenty nations and si…
 
Today on the podcast, we kick off our centennial celebration with a conversation with Dr. Ron Smith, President of the Francis Asbury Society in Wilmore, Ky. Dr. Smith has a longtime relationship with FAS, first serving as a fellow and later an evangelist before becoming president. He has desired to live his whole life being “wholly devoted to God.”…
 
Today on the podcast, I got to talk to Dr. Mike Voigts, Professor of Spiritual Formation at Asbury Seminary. Dr. Voigts’ academic interests lie in personal and community spiritual direction and in drawing connections between spiritual traditions in the global church. In addition to several articles, he is the author of The Fourth Degree of Prayer (…
 
Today on the podcast, I got to talk to Rev. Jessica LaGrone, Asbury Seminary alum and dean of chapel at the Seminary. Jessica enjoys mentoring and multiplying as she serves as pastor to a vibrant seminary community. She is an acclaimed pastor, teacher, speaker, and writer whose engaging communication style endears her to groups throughout the Unite…
 
Today on the podcast, I welcomed Dr. Timothy C. Tennent, President of Asbury Seminary, back to the podcast for the third time. So grateful that he could join us today to talk about his new book Foundations of the Christian Faith: A Resource for Catechesis and Disciple-Making. In addition to his book, we talk a little bit about his own faith story, …
 
Today on the podcast, I got to talk to Dr. Alan Meenan, founder and president of The Word Is Out. He is the author of numerous articles, books and study guides. He teaches extensively throughout Asia, Africa and America. Besides being born in Belfast Northern Ireland, he has lived in Scotland and East Africa and the U.S. He has served the Church in…
 
Dr. Michael Matlock joined the podcast today. The Rev’d Prof. Michael Matlock is Professor of Inductive Biblical Studies, Old Testament, & Early Judaism & Co-director of Anglican Studies and Formation at Asbury Seminary. Prof. Matlock has served in the School of Biblical Interpretation since 1998, as the department chair of Inductive Biblical Studi…
 
Today on the podcast, I got to talk to Bishop Keith Cowart and Bishop Linda Adams. Both are bishops of the Free Methodist Church USA. Both oversee portions of the US with Bishop Cowart overseeing Europe and the Middle East, while Bishop Adams oversees the northern US and Latin America. Bishop Cowart is a graduate of Georgia Southern University and …
 
Today on the podcast, I had the real privilege of getting to talk to Tish Harrison Warren. She’s a priest in the Anglican Church in North America as well as an author. She’s written Liturgy of the Ordinary: Sacred Practices in Everyday Life, which won Christianity Today’s 2018 Book of the Year and Prayer in the Night: For Those Who Work, or Watch, …
 
Today on the podcast, I got to talk to Major Andrew Murray, current Asbury Seminary student and officer in the Salvation Army. Andrew has been a Salvation Army pastor since ordination in 1985. For 37 years, he has served as a congregational pastor both in the US and in Southern Africa. He started a Masters in Pastoral Counseling at Asbury Seminary …
 
Today on the podcast, I got to talk to my friend Dr. Stacy Minger. Dr. Minger is the Associate Professor of Preaching at Asbury Seminary and has been teaching here since 2004. In 2007 she received the Faculty Mentoring Award. Dr. Minger was ordained in the West Michigan Conference of the United Methodist Church as a deacon in 1988 and as an elder i…
 
Today on the podcast, I got to talk to Dr. Jackie Perry. She is a North Carolina Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor and Supervisor and is currently an Assistant Professor of Counseling at Asbury Theological Seminary. Since 1991, she’s had the privilege of counseling hundreds of children, adolescents and families as they cope with anxiety, de…
 
Today on the podcast, I had the real privilege of getting to talk to Dr. Joseph Okello, Professor of Christian Religion in Orlando. Dr. Okello graduated from the University of Kentucky with an M.A. and Ph.D. both in philosophy. He also holds an M.A. and an M.Div. from Asbury Seminary, as well as a bachelor’s in theology from Scott Theological Colle…
 
Today on the podcast, I got to talk to Rev. Khristi Lauren Adams. She is a speaker, author, youth advocate and ordained Baptist minister. She authored Parable of the Brown Girl that released in February 2020. The book highlights the cultural and spiritual truths that emerge from the lives of young black girls. Parable of the Brown Girl has received…
 
Overview Dr. Ken Collins, Professor of Historical Theology and Wesley Studies, joined the podcast today. He joined the Asbury Seminary faculty in 1995 and received the Professor of the Year Award for Excellence in Teaching and Learning in 2008. Prior to coming to the Seminary, he was recognized for exemplary teaching in a national competition among…
 
Overview Today on the podcast, we’re joined by Dr. Craig Keener, FM and Ada Thompson Professor of Biblical Studies at Asbury Seminary. Dr. Keener joined the Seminary faculty in 2011. He’s a prolific author, writing 34 books, six of which have won awards in "Christianity Today." Altogether he has more than one million copies in circulation. In today…
 
Overview Today on the podcast, I had the privilege of talking to Dr. Brad Johnson. He serves as an affiliate professor at Asbury Seminary and as the pastor of Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church. He holds two master of arts degrees, one in biblical studies and one in theological studies and also a Ph.D. in biblical studies, all from Asbury Semina…
 
Overview Today on the podcast, I got to talk to Rev. Valarie Grimes. She is a coach, pastor, church planter at Radiant Church, international speaker and kingdom builder and soon to be an Asbury Seminary student. She will also be speaking in chapel on November 9, so be sure to give that a listen as well. Her passion is inspiring believers to reach t…
 
Overview Today, Bishop Emilio Alvarez joins the podcast. Currently, he is an adjunct professor at Asbury Seminary and serves as the Primate of the Union of Charismatic Orthodox Churches. He is also the founder and Rector of The Cathedral at Gathering Place in the city of Rochester, New York, as well as The Institute for Paleo-Orthodox Christian Stu…
 
Overview Donna Burske, Senior Chaplain for AdventHealth Medical Group, M.Div. grad, and current D.Min. student, joins the Thrive with Asbury Seminary Podcast today. She provides pastoral care to a 4,000 person congregation composed of doctors, nurses, physician assistants and staff. As she integrates her faith with her work, she provides a listenin…
 
Overview Today on the podcast, Dr. Brian Russell, award-winning professor of biblical studies and former dean at Asbury Theological Seminary, as well as a transformation coach for pastors and spiritually-minded professionals, joined the podcast. He is the author of several books, with his most recent being “Centering Prayer: Sitting Quietly in God’…
 
Overview Today on the podcast, we’re joined by Dr. Luther Oconer, Associate Professor of Global Wesleyan Theology on the Florida Dunnam Campus. Dr. Oconer teachers in the area of United Methodist studies, the Holiness Movement, Pentecostal/Charismatic Movement, and church renewal. He has written several book chapters and journal articles on the his…
 
Overview Today Bud Simon, current Ph.D. student at Asbury Seminary and consultant with TMS Global, and Dr. Jay Moon, Professor of Church Planting and Evangelism at the Seminary, join the podcast. Bud and his family served for 20 years as church planters in Brazil and Dr. Moon spent 13 years in Ghana, Africa. In today’s conversation we talk about th…
 
Overview Drs. Craig and Médine Keener join the podcast today. Médine holds a Ph.D. from University of Paris 7 and is Community Formation and Pastoral Care Coordinator at Asbury Seminary. Craig is the F.M. and Ada Thompson Professor of Biblical Studies, also at the Seminary. He has authored more than 30 books, several of which have won awards and al…
 
Overview Dr. Russell Hall, Associate Professor of Counselor Education in the Department of Counseling and Pastoral Care at Asbury Seminary, joins the Thrive with Asbury Podcast this week. He is a licensed psychologist who specializes in trauma treatment, internalizing disorders, and developmental psychopathology. Dr. Hall began his clinical career …
 
Overview Today on the podcast, we’re joined by Callie and Rosario Picardo. Roz is an M.Div. alum of Asbury Seminary and a church planter. He currently serves as Director of Houses of Study at United Theological Seminary and co-pastor of Mosaic Church, a multiethnic church he started in 2017. He also teaches in the masters and doctoral programs at U…
 
Overview Today on the podcast, I’m joined by Deanna Lynn and Kristina Osborn. Together they authored and ghost-wrote Integrated: Living Beyond the Sex Trade. In a previous episode of Thrive, Deanna shares her story of how she overcame her traumatic upbringing that eventually led to her escaping a 10-year career in the sex industry. Upon exiting the…
 
Overview Today on the podcast, I got to talk to John Carroll. John is an Asbury Seminary alum and has served in the local church for over ten years in many areas including youth ministry, spiritual formation and teaching pastor. Currently, John is the Director of the School of Kingdom Living for Dallas Willard Ministries. His heartbeat includes the…
 
Overview Dr. Winfield Bevins and Dr. Mark Dunwoody, co-founders of Missional Formation Coaching, joined the podcast today. Together, they have more than four decades of experience training and coaching leaders from around the world. They’ve crafted online courses, personal coaching and innovative resources that connect spiritual practices with miss…
 
Overview Today on the podcast, I got to talk to Rev. Teddy Ray, Asbury Seminary alum, co-owner of North Lime Coffee and Donuts and lead pastor of the Offerings Community of First United Methodist Church in Lexington, Ky. You may recall that Teddy Ray joined the podcast for Episode 7 to talk about finding calling within community and gave us ways to…
 
Overview Today on the podcast, I had the privilege of talking to Rev. Dr. Cynthia Davis, Mississippi River District Superintendent. Dr. Davis served as a nurse for 24 years and later as a nursing instructor. For almost half of her nursing career, she also served as a bi-vocational pastor. She is a lifelong learner and in 2005, she received her Doct…
 
Overview Today on the podcast, I got to talk to Dr. Sue Russell, Professor of Mission and Contextual Studies at Asbury Seminary. Prior to coming to the Seminary, Dr. Russell was the Associate Professor of Anthropology and the Chair of the Department of Anthropology at Biola University. And before that, she spent 17 years in cross-cultural ministry …
 
Overview Today on the podcast, I got to talk to Dr. Matthew Sleeth. Dr. Sleeth is a former ER physician and chief of the hospital medical staff. He resigned from that position to teach, preach and write about faith and stewardship issues. Dr. Sleeth is a widely sought after speaker and was recognized by "Newsweek" as one of the nation’s most influe…
 
Overview Today on the podcast, I had the true delight of getting to talk to Dr. Barbara L. Peacock. Dr. Peacock is a D.Min. graduate of Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary. She’s a spiritual director, author, teacher and preacher. She is the founder of Barbara L. Peacock Ministries, a ministry committed to developing disciples through prayer, spiri…
 
Overview Hey Everyone just popping into your podcast feed for just a minute to let you know that will not be releasing a podcast today. We are taking a break to celebrate Holy Week and Easter and to give our team a chance to rest from that so that we can continue to bring you really great conversations with authors, thought leaders and people just …
 
Overview Today on the podcast I got to talk to three of the counseling faculty at Asbury Seminary, Dr. Toddy Holeman, Dr. Steve Stratton and Dr. Laklieshia Izzard. We talked about the ways that 2020 has affected all of our mental health, ways we can practice self-care and God care, how we can incorporate that into our daily lives and some signs and…
 
Overview Ranjo Clements, associate pastor and worship leader at Great Commission Fellowship in Wilmore, Ky., joins the Thrive with Asbury Seminary Podcast today. Ranjo is from Mumbai, India, is an Asbury Seminary alum and is currently enrolled in a Ph.D. program at the Seminary. In today’s conversation, we talk about Ranjo’s story of calling, his h…
 
Overview Sandra McCracken, singer-songwriter and hymn writer from Nashville, Tennessee, joins the podcast today. She is a prolific recording artist and has produced 14 solo albums over two decades. Her best-selling release, Psalms (2015) received critical acclaim, followed by God’s Highway (2017) which made the top 50 on Billboard Heatseekers chart…
 
Overview Today on the podcast, I talked to Dr. Gregg Okesson, Dean of the E. Stanley Jones School of World Mission and Evangelism at Asbury Seminary. Dr. Okesson is a church planter and served as a faculty member at Scott Christian University in Kenya. All told, he spent 13 years serving and working alongside the people of East Africa. He also rece…
 
Overview Today on the podcast, I had the real joy of talking to Tracy Balzer. Tracy is an author, speaker and guide. She’s written Thin Places, A Listening Life, and Permission to Ponder, and releasing this June A Journey of Sea and Stone. It’s available for pre-order now, so if you’d like, go ahead and order a copy from your favorite book store. I…
 
Overview Today on the podcast, I had the privilege of talking to Dr. Winfield Bevins, Director of the Church Planting Initiative at Asbury Seminary. Dr. Bevins recently released a book this month called Living Room Liturgy, a book of worship for the home. This book is just that--a compilation of guided prayer, scripture reading and prompts for refl…
 
Overview Today on the podcast, I had the real privilege of getting to talk to Lo Alaman. Lo is an artist, speaker and minister. He works as Director of Community Life at the Harvest Campus of the Woodlands UMC the Woodlands, Texas. He is also a husband, a father, and a son of the Most High God. Whether preaching, spitting poetry, or just chilling w…
 
Overview Today on the podcast, I had the real privilege of talking to Rev. Dr. Girma Bishaw. Dr. Bishaw is a 2019 Asbury Seminary alum and presently serves as the director of The Gratitude Initiative in Great Britain. The Gratitude Initiative is a charity that exists to promote the sharing of gratitude to change the social imagination that leads to…
 
Overview Today on the podcast, I talked to Rev. Dr. Iosmar Alvarez. Dr. Alvarez is an Asbury Seminary alum and the Global Executive Director of Disciple 21, a church planting and re-missioning network that the Seminary has partnered with. He is also a pastor, church planter and district superintendent for the United Methodist Church in Lexington. I…
 
Overview Mr. Shane Claiborne, best-selling author, speaker and activist, joined the Thrive with Asbury Seminary Podcast today. Shane worked with Mother Teresa in Calcutta, and founded The Simple Way in Philadelphia. He heads up Red Letter Christians, a movement of folks who are committed to living "as if Jesus meant the things he said." Shane is a …
 
Overview Welcome to this episode of the Thrive with Asbury Seminary Podcast! Today on the podcast, we’re continuing the conversation with Dr. Christine Pohl, Professor Emeritus of Christian Ethics at Asbury Seminary where she taught for 29 years. Today we’re talking about community and her book Living into Community. We learn what a healthy communi…
 
Overview Welcome to this episode of the Thrive with Asbury Seminary Podcast! Today on the podcast, I got to talk to Dr. Christine Pohl, Professor Emeritus of Christian Ethics at Asbury Seminary where she taught for 29 years. This is the first of a two-part series on hospitality and community. Today on the podcast we talked about the origins of hosp…
 
Overview Today on the podcast, we have a great conversation with Rev. Donna Covington, Vice President of Formation at Asbury Seminary. We talk about racism, justice and reconciliation. She shares her personal story of her son Daniel who was killed in a racially motivated incident on September 16, 2010. As she shares her story, we talk about the hop…
 
Overview Today on the podcast, I had the privilege of talking to Dr. Timothy C. Tennent, President of Asbury Theological Seminary. We talked about his new book that releases on November 17 called For the Body: Recovering a Theology of Gender, Sexuality, and the Human Body. We talk about what it means to have a theology of the body, the building blo…
 
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