What Me, Worry?

Pandemic. Hurricanes. Racial and political unrest. There’s a lot to worry us right now and it’s not easy to lay our anxieties aside, as Jesus tell us to do in Matthew 6. Yet it’s possible when we break it down

Why Should We Wear Masks?

What should our response be when it comes to wearing a mask during this pandemic? In this week’s eVideo, Rev. Dr. Kip Laxson says we must uphold our Christian responsibility to think of others and care for our neighbors. On

Coming Back to Church

Can you be a Christian but not attend church? Jesus answers this in the gospel of Matthew (16:13) and Rev. Dr. Kip Laxson adds important context.Speaking of attending church, we really want to reopen. Really. But we won’t do that until

Why Do We Doubt?

Today, in the first of a new series where he answers frequently asked questions about God, faith, and the church, Pastor Kip talks about doubt and uses a beloved story from Matthew 14:22 to remind us of God’s constant presence.

What Does the Bible Say About Predestination?

What does the Bible say about predestination? The Summer Institute of Religious Studies going on now talks about this very topic. Join Pastor Kip each Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. to be a part of this live seminar. Miss a topic

We Miss You, You Miss Us

We invite you to review Asbury’s reopening plan available at asburyonline.org/next. We are still targeting a mid-August opening, says Rev. Dr. Kip Laxson, although that is subject to change if COVID-19 cases continue to rise. Pastor Kip offers more in

Wesley’s Principles for Scripture

What are you doing with the extra time the pandemic has given you? Hopefully reading scripture has been, or has become part of, your daily routine. Pastor Kip offers John Wesley’s principles on how to approach scripture and how to

When Is Asbury Reopening?

It’s not an easy decision and one we’re not taking lightly, says Rev. Dr. Kip Laxson. But there’s good news on the horizon. Hear the latest on Asbury’s reopening plan and then follow along with today’s scripture reading from Philippians

Love, Joy, Grace, Mercy

God has begun good work in us, says Pastor Kip referencing Philippians 1:1-7. We are all instruments of hope and change in a world that so desperately needs it. Don’t forget to be that positive voice. Confirmation Registration for the

The Power of Pentecost

Spirit of the Living God, Fall Afresh on Me… Jesus promised his disciples that the Holy Spirit would fill them, lead them, guide them and use them to carry on his work–and that promise was fulfilled on Pentecost. This Sunday,