Introducing Faithlift

Inspiration for your week. Instead of a weekly eVideo, Pastor Kip presents Faithlift each Monday, beginning today. His scripture reference comes from Philippians 4:13. We’re sorry for the Traditions livestream interruptions these last two Sundays. We were battling some internet connectivity

April 11, 2021: “Dreaming Great Dreams for God”

John Wesley described “providence” as “God’s Invisible Hand.” Throughout April, we’ll explore whether God chooses (predetermines) our path or whether life is a road we walk together. Join me at 11:00 a.m. either in person or online! Rev. Dr. Kip

April 4, 2021: Easter Sunday – “The Reality of the Resurrection”

Jesus crossed paths with several people as he moved towards the City of Jerusalem, where he was arrested, crucified and later rose from the dead. As we look at the lives of those Christ encountered and how they were changed,

April 1, 2021: Maundy Thursday

Thank you for joining us for Maundy Thursday worship. Tonight we remember Jesus’ last supper with his disciples, just before he made his ultimate sacrifice–his life. To follow along in worship with the hymns and responses, visit asburyonline.org/bulletin. To learn

March 31, 2021: Holy Wednesday Noonday Devotional

Today’s scripture comes from Matthew 26:14-16 (NRSV). You can find more Lenten devotionals with Adult Ministry Director Robyn White, as well as Asbury’s Holy Week and Easter schedule, online at asburyonline.org/easter. We hope you’ll join us on Thursday, April 1

March 30, 2021: Holy Tuesday Noonday Devotional

Today’s scripture comes from Matthew 21:18-22 (NKJ). You can find more Lenten devotionals with Adult Ministry Director Robyn White, as well as Asbury’s Holy Week and Easter schedule, online at asburyonline.org/easter.

The Invisible Hand: New April 2021 Series

On April 11, Rev. Dr. Kip Laxson will introduce a new sermon series entitled, The Invisible Hand: Understanding the Providence of God. John Wesley described “providence” as “God’s Invisible Hand” and we’ll explore whether God chooses or predetermines our path

March 28, 2021: “Blind Bartimaeus”

Jesus crossed paths with several people as he moved towards the City of Jerusalem, where he was arrested, crucified and later rose from the dead. As we look at the lives of those Christ encountered and how they were changed,