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Making Good[s]: An Exhibit About Art & Entrepreneurship

The Office of Faith, Work and Economics (OFWE) presents the Making Good[s] art exhibit March 3-April 1 in the B.L. Fisher Library. This traveling exhibit depicts the creative connection between artists and entrepreneurs, celebrates the dignity of humanity, provides space for worship and offers hope to the community. Keith Barker, Chair of the Art Department… Read More »


Asbury Theological Seminary hosts Orlando Faith + Work Summit

Asbury Theological Seminary hosts the Orlando Faith + Work Summit on the Florida-Dunnam Campus in Orlando, Fla., March 9-10, 2017. The event is free and open to those interested in connecting their faith with the marketplace in order to affect positive social change. The event is sponsored by the Office of Faith, Work and Economics.… Read More »


Dr. Philip Meadows—New Professor of Evangelization Studies

We are delighted to welcome Rev. Dr. Philip Meadows to the community as Professor of Evangelization Studies on the Kentucky Campus. Dr. Meadows has taught as an adjunct professor at Asbury Seminary since 2010 and will join the community as a full-time faculty member on July 1, 2017. “I am delighted that Rev. Dr. Philip… Read More »


Asbury Seminary mourns the passing of Marietta Coleman

Asbury Theological Seminary extends condolences to the family of Marietta Coleman. Marietta is the wife of Robert “Clem” Coleman, Distinguished Senior Professor of Discipleship and Evangelism at Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary. Dr. Colman is a prolific author and has published many books and articles, including The Master Plan of Discipleship, The Master Plan of Evangelism… Read More »


Dr. Paul Chilcote—New Professor of Theology

We are delighted to welcome Dr. Paul Wesley Chilcote to the community as Professor of Theology on the Florida Dunnam Campus. Dr. Chilcote is recognized as a gifted and gentle teacher, with a pastoral heart. Dr. Chilcote officially joins the community July 1, 2017. “I am delighted that Paul Chilcote is joining the Asbury team,”… Read More »


Asbury Seminary renews partnership with Seoul Theological University

Asbury Theological Seminary renewed its global partnership with Seoul Theological University (STU) on December 8, 2016. The partnership seeks to equip pastors, church planters and leaders through theological education and program collaboration.  “Christians are a covenant people who believe in the power of relationships,” Dr. Tom Tumblin, Associate Provost for Global Initiatives & Academic Affairs,… Read More »


Asbury Seminary Alum Tim Johnson Named 2016 Distinguished Alumni of the Year

Asbury Theological Seminary announces Tim Johnson, M.Div. ’01, as the 2016 Distinguished Alumni of the Year. Each year, Asbury Seminary recognizes a graduate whose ministry exemplifies faithfulness, servant-leadership, sacrifice, holiness and Kingdom vision. “The nominations allow us to see the fruit of a ‘well-trained, sanctified, Spirit-filled evangelistic ministry spreading scriptural holiness throughout the world,” Tammy… Read More »


Asbury Seminary students awarded at the Asbury Project, Nov. 10-11

Asbury Seminary co-hosted the Asbury Project with Asbury University, Nov. 10-11. With keynote guest speakers, panel discussions and a student business plan competition, the Asbury Project drew a record attendance, with more than 250 registered guests.  Keynote speakers included Dwight Gibson, The Exploration Group; Chris Horst, Hope International; Lonnie Riley, Meridzo Center Ministries; and John… Read More »


New Testament Scholar Craig Keener Speaks at Korea Evangelical Theological Society & Korea New Testament Society

Dr. Craig Keener, FM and Ada Thompson Professor of Biblical Studies at Asbury Seminary recently spoke at this year’s Korea Evangelical Theological Society and at the Korea New Testament Society on October 29,2016. “It was a great honor to be invited as a plenary speaker at the Korea Evangelical Theological Society on the conference topic… Read More »


Asbury Theological Seminary hosts the Asbury Project Nov. 10-11

Asbury Theological Seminary’s Office of Faith, Work and Economics co-hosts the Asbury Project on the Kentucky Campus, Nov. 10-11, 2016, with Asbury University’s Howard Dayton School of Business. The Asbury Project encourages business and theology to come together to effect creative change in the world. As part of the Asbury Project, Rev. Lonnie Riley of… Read More »