January 2013

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

Post-Modernism and Its Influence in the Church

by Rev. Dr. Isaias Catorce For two hundred years (200 yrs.), Christianity has been interpreted and understood in Western context using the modern lenses of science, philosophy and communication theory. Current revolutions however changed the course of modern history. The three (3) current revolutions are as follows: 1) Revolution in Science, a perplexed theory of […]

Asbury Seminary Alumni in the Fastest Growing Churches in North America

by Sandra McKinney, Asbury Theological Seminary, Wilmore Campus, Alumni Office Outreach magazine’s 2012 edition of the largest and fastest growing churches in America revealed several Asbury Theological Seminary alumni.  Four Asbury Seminary alumni made the list. Dr. Benji Kelley received his doctoral degree in Christian Leadership and Preaching in 2001 from the Beeson Pastor Program.  […]

2012 Distinguished Alumni Award Winners

by Jo Brosius, Director of Communications, Wilmore Campus Wilmore, KY (November 8, 2012) Asbury Theological Seminary has just announced the 2012 winners of the Distinguished Alumni Award.  Dr. Steve Harper, a 1973 graduate of the Masters of Divinity program, and Dr. Richard James Waugh, 2010 recipient of the Doctor of Ministry degree, were selected to […]

The World is In My Parish

by Heidi E. Heater Richard Waugh lives in Auckland, New Zealand, the country’s largest and most cosmopolitan city with 1.3 million residents. “John Wesley may have said, ‘The world is my parish’ but I can say, ‘The world is in my parish,’” Waugh said of Auckland, an ethnically diverse city. As the national superintendent of […]

Haiti Missions

My name is Berteau Eliassaint. I was born and grew up in Haiti. I have always wanted to help the less fortunate ones in Haiti. During my first semester at Asbury Theological Seminary, one of the three classes that I was taking “Kingdom Church and World,” reminded me that God has called me to share His love to those who cannot provide for themselves or to those who have been forgotten by their own governments.

The HUB: Asbury Theological Seminary Alumni Network

You asked for it… It is coming in February! Imagine a one-stop network to connect with other alumni, search and post jobs, and find career support through networking.  Through The Hub you will reach thousands of fellow alumni across the globe. Send us your feedback at thehub@asburyseminary.edu Follow us on twitter (atsalumni) and like us […]

Alumni Updates, January 2013

Aaron Baldridge (2004, MACL) Christmas greetings! I wanted to let the seminary know that I graduated with my D.Min. in Christian Preaching Wednesday from Samford University. Brad Kirk (2009, MDiv/MA) In May I became an Elder in Full Connection in the Kansas West Conference of the United Methodist Church.  I am continuing in ministry at […]

Alumni Publications, January 2013

G. Roger Schoenhals (1964, BD) G. Roger Schoenhals has discovered something to do in his retirement. This summer he published nine eBooks on Amazon, found here. Other books are in process. Pastors with barrels of past sermons might consider dusting off some of these gems and placing them into eBook collections. The world can truly […]

Dr. Art McPhee

Dr. Art McPhee Publishes a New Book

This book is a biography of Bishop J. Waskom Pickett and contains thorough documentation and extensive photographs. Bishop Pickett embodied the last generation of the missionaries of the great nineteenth and twentieth-century missionary movement from the West. This monumental biography highlights his conversion movement studies, his service to the poor and sick, relief work, interventions […]

“Are We There Yet?”

by Dr. Charles Killian “Are we there yet?”  It seems that every child asks that question.  And they keep asking, “Are we there yet, Daddy?”  They ask it so persistently that you wish you’d never started the journey in the first place. We live in an instant world, feeling the pressures for the immediate. We […]