Alumni e-Link, February 2013



by Dr. Ellsworth J. Kalas

We anticipate that in heaven we’ll learn about miracles we experienced that we didn’t know about when they were happening.  But sometimes we’re blessed with a foretaste of this experience while we’re still on this earth.



by Sandra McKinney

The Everly Brothers, Michael Buble and even Miley Cyrus sing for us to “dream, dream, dream” and this is just what the Alumni of Asbury Theological Seminary have been doing.



by Sandra McKinney

You have read about the beginnings of The HUB and the many features of the site, but how do you access it for the first time?



by Joy Brinkmeyer

Perhaps you are thinking, “I have Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, and Google+ so why, oh why, do I need to create a new profile on another website?” Please allow me to share our excitement with you. “The HUB” is a secure site created specifically for you and your Asbury Theological Seminary Alumni colleagues.



by Joy Brinkmeyer

Do you feel lost on or other job sites. Have you always wished your Alma mater would offer a way to search and post ministry jobs?  Have you ever wondered if there was a way to connect with other Alumni to receive and share great ministry ideas? This is it!



by Art McPhee

Fifty Scholarships

Asbury Theological Seminary has announced a major emphasis on church planting. It includes the introduction of a new MA degree in the fall, as well as church planting specializations in other degree programs.



by Jo Brosius, Director of Communications, Wilmore Campus




Seedbed Announces New Release from Maxie Dunnam. This could be his most important book since The Workbook of Living Prayer. It will work great for a spring (Lent) or Fall Church wide study. It’s called The Intercessory Life: Breaking the Impossibility Barrier.



The Englewood Review of Books is a weekly book review that recently selected Dr. Pohl’s new book, Living into Community, as their Book of the Year.



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