Resources

Did you know that you can still audit classes at the Seminary for free?

That your library card still works?

Are you looking for soul care, renewal retreats or spiritual direction?

Once you come to Asbury Seminary, you’re always part of our community. We’re here to offer you resources for life. Whether you’re coming back to campus or visiting online, we have lots of options to help you continue to grow in your personal and professional life.


Academic

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Certificate Programs—Our certificate programs in Christian Studies, Leadership, Latino/a Studies, Aging and Spirituality, Youth Ministry, Hispanic  Ministry Formation and Pastoral Care allow you to test your call to ministry by experiencing one year of seminary education. Certificate programs also fulfill the continuing education requirements and provide academic credits for those who desire to pursue a degree.

Email admissions@asburyseminary.edu to learn more.

Audit Classes—Learn from world-renowned experts without the obligation of homework. By auditing a class, you’ll be able to continue learning for life.

Email admissions@asburyseminary.edu to learn more.

Library Resources—The B.L. Fisher Library supports the Seminary and its students by providing resources and services to enhance research, teaching and learning whether you’re a current student or alumni.

D.Min..— The Doctor of Ministry program is designed for Christian leaders desiring to expand their knowledge and develop their leadership abilities.


Soul Care

Spiritual Renewal Retreats–Renewal Retreats are individual, personalized retreats tailored around your chosen intention (need/longing) for getting away.  For each retreat we thoughtfully draw from the formation-rich environment of the Asbury Seminary community and craft personalized days to move you slowly through formative experiences aimed toward your intention for the retreat. 

Contact Peg Hutchins, Director of Community Formation, at 859.858.2242 or peg.hutchins@asburyseminary.edu or Tammy Cessna, Director of Alumni and Church Relations, at 859.858.2306  or tammy.cessna@asburyseminary.edu for more information.

Equipping Lydia– Equipping Lydia works in partnership with Asbury Theological Seminary to provide opportunities for those interested in spiritually renewing experiences.  We create settings for you to hear the voice of God through our retreats and through the practice of Spiritual Direction.  You can connect with a spiritual director online, as well as attend retreats from the comfort of your home.  If you desire a safe space to receive restoration and refreshment on your journey, consider Equipping Lydia’s gentle guidance.

Email: Erin Benjamin, Executive Director, at ebenjamin77@gmail.com for more information.

Spiritual Direction—The ministry of spiritual direction provides space for a person or group of people to deepen their relationship with God. It provides Christians with a safe place to talk about their journey of faith. It is a process of guiding people as they find their center in God.

To request an appointment, please email peg.hutchins@asburyseminary.edu.

Lay Mobilization—The Lay Mobilization Institute is not just a conference—it is a congregational transformation process to mobilize the entire people of God as disciple-making disciples in ministry & mission within each congregation in order to transform the world around them.

Live Stream Chapel—Whether you’re near or far, you can still experience Asbury Seminary’s chapel through our online streaming. Chapel services are held Tuesday through Thursday at 11. If you miss it live, check it out in our chapel archives.

Grace RetreatsGrace Retreats are personal retreats in a small group setting, designed to lead people into grace-filled freedom and deepening love. These healing prayer retreats aid in shaping the culture of healing and wholeness of students and alumni. Retreat experiences include healing prayer, spiritual direction, rest and communion. 


Print & Online Resources

SeedbedSeedbed is a twenty-first century movement and media platform whose mission is to gather, connect, and resource the people of God to sow for a great awakening.

Asbury Herald— The Asbury Herald, the official magazine of Asbury Seminary, is published three times per year. The Herald is available in print or electronic format.

Link–The Alumni Link is a monthly e-publication provided to the alumni of Asbury Theological Seminary.

First FruitsFirst Fruits Press is an open access academic publishing arm of Asbury Theological Seminary situated in the B.L. Fisher Library. This material is free in a digital format.

Campus Store—The Campus Store provides quality, affordable branded merchandise to our students, alumni, faculty and staff.


Keep in Touch!

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