Wilmore, Ky. (February 18, 2013) No matter what your vocation, you may have experienced burnout at some time in your life. Learning not only how to cope with, but also to heal from, stress-related challenges is the subject of a new book by Dr. Donald Demaray, Professor Emeritus of Asbury Theological Seminary.
Asbury Theological Seminary will host two special visitors to the Kentucky Campus this week. Bishop Paulo de Tarso Oliveira Lockmann will be accompanied by former Asbury professor and longtime friend, Dr. Burrell Dinkins.
Asbury Theological Seminary will break ground on a community garden adjacent to Kalas Village, the seminary’s new family housing complex, on Monday, February 11, 2013, at 4:30 pm.
Dr. Zaida Maldonado Perez, and co-authors Loida Martell-Otero, Zaida Maldonado Pérez and Elizabeth Conde-Frazier, has published her latest work, Latina Evangélicas: A Theological Survey from the Margins.
As the global church continues to grow, there is a desperate need for trained church planters with skills in personal evangelism, leadership, and organizational theory.
Retired Asbury Theological Seminary Professor, Dr. Michael A. Rynkiewich, has won a Christianity Today Award of Merit for his book, Soul, Self, and Society: A Postmodern Anthropology for Mission in a Postcolonial World.
Asbury Theological Seminary New Testament Professor, Dr. Craig Keener, has won the Christianity Today Award of Merit for his book, Miracles: The Credibility of the New Testament Accounts.
Slated to begin in spring 2013, the raised bed community garden will feature 10-15 large common plots surrounded by 25 smaller individual plots that will be tended by members of the seminary community, including students, faculty and staff.
Asbury Theological Seminary announces the retirement of Dr. Steve Harper, Professor of Spiritual Formation and Wesley Studies and founding Vice President of the Florida Dunnam Campus.
Asbury Theological Seminary has been awarded a $249,741 grant by Lilly Endowment in the Endowment’s Theological School Initiative to Address Economic Challenges Facing Future Ministers.