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Asbury Seminary Celebrates 100 Years of The Whole Bible for the Whole World; Launches Global Alumni Center

Asbury Seminary celebrates 100 years of equipping students to serve around the world by celebrating our more than 13,000 alumni. We have alumni serving in every time zone, in every state, and on every continent. Together they are reaching the world through churches, mission fields, trash dumps, inner cities, national parks, universities, coffee houses, businesses, […]


Advent Vespers 2022

Watch the Livestream Asbury Theological Seminary extends an invitation to our annual Advent Vespers service, which will be held in Estes Chapel on Sunday, December 4th, 2022 at 6:30 p.m. This year’s program, “Celebrate!” features the Seminary Singers accompanied by an orchestra, under the direction of Rev. Danny Key. As Asbury Seminary celebrates its 100th […]


Asbury Seminary Mourns the Passing of Bishop Sundo Kim

Asbury Theological Seminary announces with great sadness the passing of Bishop Sundo Kim in Seoul, Korea, on Friday, November 25th, 2022, shortly before his 92nd birthday. Bishop Kim originally trained as a medical surgeon in the army of North Korea. During the Korean conflict, he made his way to South Korea and served for some […]


Rev. Sam Zulu — 2022 Asbury Seminary Distinguished Alumnus

As the Field Director for the Zambia Center for Biblical Understanding with The Word Is Out, Rev. Sam Lael Mwase Zulu dreams of reaching the continent of Africa with the truth of Jesus Christ. Using the Inductive Bible Study (IBS) method, Rev. Zulu trains pastors and church leaders to observe, interpret and apply Scripture so […]


Asbury Theological Seminary Welcomes N. T. Wright November 15-17, 2022

WILMORE, KY—Asbury Theological Seminary welcomes world renowned Bible scholar N. T. Wright to their Wilmore campus November 15-17, 2022. Wright is coming as part of the Seminary’s series of centennial celebration events that began in September 2022 and will continue through December 2023. He will be giving the chapel address each day in Estes Chapel […]


Asbury Seminary Celebrates 100 Years of Resilience

Asbury Seminary marks the completion of its first 100 years by thanking God for the past and looking forward to the future. As the Seminary reflects on its history, we remember God’s faithfulness and have highlighted a few historic milestones. We also celebrate God’s provision for the future with the Hundredfold Campaign that will continue […]


Asbury Seminary Welcomes New Director of Communications

Asbury Seminary welcomes Christine Senak as the new Director of Communications. Christine comes to her new position with experience in marketing, media, and communications, as well as service in the Salvation Army as a Corps Officer and worship development coordinator. Her varied skills include brand and social media management, creative writing, and transmedia storytelling. “I […]


We Are Celebrating

We are celebrating 100 Years and the second highest enrollment in our history! Asbury Seminary is observing its 100th birthday! Under our Centennial theme of “Thanking God for the past; Trusting God for the Future,” we have planned a series of events on campus and literally around the world to mark a century of service […]


Asbury Seminary Expands Asbury Seminary Global; New Locations in Florida

Asbury Theological Seminary expands Asbury Seminary Global with new locations in Tampa and Orlando to allow students to learn where they live and work, while receiving contextual education related to their personal and professional goals. Asbury Seminary Global creatively combines online and short residential experiences at convenient, church-based locations into a new hybrid educational platform. […]


Dr. Michael Peterson Releases “Monotheism, Suffering, and Evil”

Asbury Seminary congratulates Dr. Michael Peterson, Professor of Philosophy and Religion, on the release of his new book Monotheism, Suffering, and Evil. In this Cambridge University Press book, Dr. Peterson explores the problem of evil and how the three monotheisms of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam respond to the problem of suffering. This work culminates in […]