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					    THIS WEEK AT ASBURY SEMINARY
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                            October 26, 2009

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                 THIS WEEK IN WORSHIP

TUESDAY
Morning Eucharist & Prayer.
8:30-9a.m. in the Richard Allen Chapel (Room BC114, Beeson International
Center ground floor).
Dr. Joseph Onyango Okello celebrating.
Sponsored by Order of St. Luke.

Chapel.
11-11:50a.m. in Estes Chapel.
Dr. Sam Kamaleson, visiting International Beeson scholar. Dr. Sam
Kamaleson is Vice-President-at-large for World Vision International. He also
pastors a church in Madras, India. The author of several books and many
magazine articles, he is widely known also through his radio and preaching
ministry. He participated in the International Congress on World
Evangelization at Lausanne (1974).

WEDNESDAY
Mid-week Eucharist Chapel.
11-11:50a.m. in Estes Chapel
Peg Hutchins. Peg Hutchins serves as Administrative Assistant to J. D. Walt.
In her role she wears many hats, including helping provide coordination and
leadership to the Asbury Healing Academy. Having served for 13 years as the
pastor of a church, Peg is now appointed as a United Methodist Local
Minister serving beyond the local congregation. In addition to her work at the
seminary, Peg owns and directs a retreat center here in Wilmore where she
regularly leads spiritual direction retreats for groups of men and women. She
is also the proud grandmother of Sydney.
THURSDAY
Morning Eucharist & Prayer.
8:30-9a.m. in the Richard Allen Chapel (Room BC114, Beeson International
Center ground floor).
Sharing morning prayers for Africa.
Sponsored by Order of St. Luke.

Chapel.
11-11:50a.m. in Estes Chapel
All Saints Celebration.
Dr. Ellsworth Kalas, professor of Preaching. After 38 years as a pastor in four
churches in Wisconsin and Ohio, and five years as an associate in evangelism
with the World Methodist Council, Dr. Kalas came to Asbury in 1993 with
the opening of the Beeson program. He came to teach preaching and to serve
as mentor to the Beeson pastors. He joined Asbury Seminary’s School of
Theology preaching faculty in July 2000.

Regular Chapel Updates
www.twitter.com/atschapel
@atschapel
Find chapels in iTunes U
Follow chapel in pictures on Flickr.
chapel@asburyseminary.edu


                   COMMUNITY NOTICES
THE ONE TON FOOD CHALLENGE
Following this year's Kingdom Conference theme of Integral Worship, we are
still trying to collect one ton of food for local food pantries. This is an
opportunity to worship God through giving to those in need. There are
collection bins in the library, near the SPO, and in the lobby of the student
center. Thanks so much!

POETRY WORKSHOPS
Poets, Prophets & Visionaries: Cultivating the Creativity of Pastoral
Imagination.
6-8p.m., Mondays Oct. 26 and Nov. 2 in AD303 (Administration Building 3rd
floor preaching lab).
Join in this seminar-workshop that is exploring poets, poetry and the work of
pastoral ministry. David Harrity, published local poet and teacher of creative
writing, is leading the sessions. You don't have to be a poet or know anything
about poetry to participate. This is a friendly orientation for beginners, yet
points the way to some of the deepest wells of verse for more established
poets. FREE.

FORMATION IN COMMON: Heart Reflection
Thursday, 7–8:30p.m. Richard Allen Chapel
Come for spiritual reflection on the formation of your Samaritan heart

SOCIAL MEDIA AND THE KINGDOM OF GOD: Why It Matters
6–7:30p.m. Oct. 28 at the Wesley Seminary Foundation
1p.m. Oct. 29 in MC205/206
Free meal and seminar on the hows and whys of social media in a ministry
context.
Supper (free!), seminar and Q&A period from 6-7:30pm on Oct. 28 at the
Wesleyan Seminary Foundation, 215 E. College Street.
Lunch (free!) and seminar from noon- 1:00pm on Oct. 29 in MC205/206.

EVENING HEALING SERVICE*
8–9p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 28 in Estes Chapel
Rev. Tommy Hays, guest preacher. Open to the Public.

Rev. Tommy Hays is a prayer revivalist, spiritual director and ordained
United Methodist evangelist. He founded and leads Messiah Ministries,
focusing on inner healing and deliverance prayer ministry throughout diverse
streams of Christian faith. Called as a trial lawyer, he now ministers with
the compassion of the Father's heart, intimacy with Jesus, and the power of
the Holy Spirit. His latest book, Free to Be Like Jesus—Transforming Power
of Healing & Deliverance, is an expression of Biblical spiritual principles of
the ministry of Jesus, through the Body of Christ, to bind up the
brokenhearted and set the captives free. His book Morning by Morning is a
collection of contemplative prayers he sends each morning from his personal
journey to start the day centered on Jesus, embraced by the Father, and filled
with the Holy Spirit. He and his ministry team lead The Fountain School of
Spiritual Ministry. This school conducts intensive week-long courses for
equipping and empowering spiritual leaders in prayer ministry. For
devotional or ministry engagements: www.messiah-ministries.org

*The evening Healing Service is held in conjunction with Dr. Steve Seamands
DO635 - Theology and Practice of Healing

The next Evening Healing Service is Dec. 2 with Rev. JD Walt, Jr,, Dean of
the Chapel and VP for Community Life.

NEW BOOK CLUB FOR WOMEN
Beginning 7p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 4 in the Student Center
Interested in reading, making friends, developing relationships and helping
others? I (Stephanie Ramsay) am starting a women's book club in Wilmore.
The first meeting will be at 7p.m, on Wednesday, Nov. 4 at the seminary
Student Center. From there we will decide if that time works, etc. At the
first meeting we choose a book and getting to know each other. I intend for
this club to not only be a social gathering--which it definitely will be--but also
an outreach/ministry. I am interested in doing service projects and fund-
raising through out the year. Hopefully the books we will read will relate to
the outreaches that we do.

If interested, please come to the first meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 4, and feel
free to call or write me at 434.996.7181, or steph.ramsay.13@gmail.com

NEW ART SHOW OPENING: windbreathspirit
A new art show is opening in the lobby of the Sherman Thomas Student
Center. Sarah Jane Gray graduated from Asbury College in 2004, and went
on to complete her MFA at the University of Kentucky. Her work has been
exhibited in Indiana, Minnesota, and Washington State, as well as numerous
venues in the Lexington area. She currently teaches part-time at Asbury
College. Sarah Jane and her husband, Silas, live near Louisville, KY. Her
show is called wingbreathspirit. Read this excerpt from her artist’s
statement:

The linguistic relationship between spirit and breath predates recorded
Scripture. In Hebrew, the feminine noun ruach is variously interpreted as
spirit, breath, or wind; a similar homonym is found in the Greek word
pneuma. Multiple meanings can be frustrating to translators, and also to
readers looking for concrete answers. But the same subtle layers of metaphor
and meaning can also invite us to approach the divine with an attitude of
mystery, imagination, and wonder. Read the entire statement here.

INVISIBLE CHILDREN EVENT
7-9p.m. Nov. 12 in Cordelia A & B
Students of Asbury Seminary are teaming up with students of Asbury
College for Invisible Children’s The Rescue. This event will teach awareness
on the atrocities of war-torn northern Uganda and surrounding areas, and
what the people of Invisible Children are doing to change it all. Come for a
time of worship, lead by the college’s worship band, and a showing of the
informative documentary The Rescue. Afterward we will have a time of
prayer and information on what we in Wilmore can do to help.

ATS BOOKSTORE NEWS
Follow Asbury Seminary Bookstore on Twitter @atsbstore to keep up on sales
and to get sales exclusively for our Twitter followers.
   Parents and children come to the bookstore at 10a.m. each Wednesday
    morning for story time. Sing songs, read books, and enjoy a snack with
    friends!
   Children come by the bookstore in costume on Friday, Oct. 30, to receive a
    treat and 25% off a children's book.
   New Asbury Seminary pewter ornaments just arrived featuring the
    Wesley Square Statue. Each comes in a presentation box for $13.99.
   Save 20% on custom clergy robes or 15% on in stock clergy robes now thru
    Nov. 15!
   The New Interpreters Bible Dictionary complete set is now 40% off thru
    Oct. 31!
   Select NRSV gift Bibles are only $3 each!
   Christmas boxed cards are buy 2, get 1 free through Nov. 15!

ASBURY HOUSE OF PRAYER: Prayer Series
4–4:45p.m., Wednesdays in AHOP
―What I Am Learning About Prayer‖ series. This is an informal come-and-go
series on learning about prayer. From 4–4:45p.m. each Wednesday in AHOP,
various faces of the Asbury community will be sharing on prayer. A time of
prayer together will follow.
Those sharing are:
Oct. 28 - Doris Khalaf
Nov. 4 - Dr. Marilyn Elliott
Nov. 11 - Peg Hutchins
Join us this Wednesday, with student chaplain Doris Khalaf, as she shares
about prayer.

A HOMEMADE CHRISTMAS: 13th Annual Craft Fair
Be a part of the fun and merriment this Christmas season. If you want to
sell your crafts, obtain a form from Kim Workman, fill it out and send it in,
Spouses and students get $10 off the rental fee. Act now! Tables are going
fast and you want to be apart of this Asbury tradition! Sample jobs to fill if
you’re not so crafty are: setting up and taking down, providing hospitality,
putting signs around town, running a creative kids craft table, painting kids’
faces and playing music! Email Kimberly Workman at
kimer.workman@gmail.com to find out how to be involved.

Another way to make money at the Craft Fair is by selling FOOD. Suggested
food items include - national and international cuisine, desserts and baked
goods, cheeses and finger foods...anything that you make and people love to
eat! Tables will be provided for $25. Electricity and advertisement is
included. You keep the proceeds from your sales! If you want to sell food
items, please contact Kim Workman at kimer.workman@gmail.com. Spouse
and Family Ministries will be selling chili and "fixins." If you would like to
volunteer at the chili table, please contact spouse@asburyseminary.edu.

ASBURY FITNESS
Check out the Asbury Seminary fitness website for classes, help, and other
information on Asbury health and fitness.

THIS WEEK AT ASBURY BLOG
Check out the new "This Month at Asbury" podcast on iTunes U. The podcast
is a fun, fast moving 23 minute review of happenings on campus in the month
of September.

PREPARING FOR MARRIAGE
Feb. 12-14 and 26-27, 2010.
Asbury College and Asbury Theological Seminary is once again glad to
sponsor ―Preparing for Marriage: A Two Weekend Experience Designed for
Engaged Couples!‖ This event will be held February 12-14, and 26-27 at the
Kinlaw Library on the college campus. Jennifer & Greg Haseloff, Suzan &
Chris Kiesling, and Carol & Steve Stratton will be co-hosting. The criterion
for attending these weekends are: the couple needs to be engaged, and the
couple must be able to attend both weekends. The cost is $145, which
includes the PREPARE and FIRO-B inventories, enrollment fee, processing,
and printing costs. This will need to be paid in full before the first weekend’s
events. Registration is handled through the Center for Counseling at Asbury
College. For more information please call 859.858.3511, x2323, or email
Susan Thimons at susan.thimons@asbury.edu.

COX’S GARAGE
2-4p.m. every Thursday
Cox’s Garage aims to provide intercultural exposure and spiritual formation
through community service. Asbury Seminary’s storage unit for student
goods is open every Thursday. Embrace this opportunity to interact with
fellow Christian brothers and sisters from nations around the globe, and to
allow your Samaritan heart to be formed as you engage in service and
ministry together.

Ways to get involved:
Help keep the garage maintained by:
·    Distributing donations
·    Collecting donations
·    Sweeping the garage floor
·    Sorting items
·    Organizing items
Engage in relationships with friends from other cultures! This is also a good
way to fulfill your Christian Formation Program (CFP) requirements for
intercultural exposure. We hope to see you there! Contact Trisha at
multicultural.ministries@asburyseminary.edu or 859.858.2378 if you have
questions.

LUNCH MENU
Subject to change

Week 4
Rotation Station Theme for the Week:
Monday            Tuesday        Wednesday           Thursday          Friday
Turkey            BBQ Beef       Grilled Pork        Southwestern
Tetrazzini        Brisket        Chops               Chicken           Carved Beef
                                                     Casserole
Grilled Chicken   Sliced Ham                                           Tomato Basil
                                 New Potatoes        Salisbury Steak
Breast                                                                 Tilapia
Fried Potatoes                                       Mashed
                  Wild Rice                          Potatoes &        Rice Pilaf
                                                     Gravy
Vegetable Du      Vegetable Du                       Vegetable Du      Vegetable Du
                                 Vegetable Du jour
Jour              jour                               jour              jour
Vegetable Blend   Vegetable                                            Vegetable
                                 Vegetable Blend     Vegetable Blend
of the Day        Blend of the                                         Blend of the
                                 of the Day          of the Day
                  Day                                                  Day
Rolls             Rolls          Rolls               Rolls             Rolls


Pizza Bar available every day.

                      SPECIAL FEATURES
Take a look at the This Week at Asbury blog site where you can find chapel
information, photos, and numerous other features! You can also comment on
the things we’re saying and posting.

An Open Letter From Student Chaplain Doris Khalaf
No tears in Heaven?
I once heard a speaker give a devotional (not necessarily theologically sound,
he warned!) about crying in heaven. He believed that once we get to heaven
we will realize the full extent of the extreme goodness and love of God. We
will be shocked to see the many opportunities we had missed in trusting His
goodness and willingness to do the impossible for us and through us on the
earth. Read more here.

Community Life Comic—Snack Foods
By Matt Stout

Heard on Campus/Tweet of the Week
―I tell myself and others that I'll just throw something together for class and
then my inner perfectionist comes out making me a liar.‖ @johnleek

Twittorial of the Week
Twitter and your blog. You can show your Tweets on your blog. Follow the
link here to find out how. Put a Twitter widget on your blog, website,
MySpace... anything that accepts Javascript or HTML. You can even
customize your Twitter badge to match!

ASBURY TWITTERS AND FACEBOOK

NOW you can follow This Week at Asbury on Twitter @twaawilmore!
@atsbstore
@asburyseminary
@timtennent
@atschapel
@ahop427
Follow @Twiturgy for twice daily text posts.
Asbury Theological Seminary fan page

Photo of the Week. A picture from Kentucky’s backroads.

Check out the blogs of some of Asbury’s familiar faces and names.

President Dr. Tim Tennent at Global Talk.

Dean of Chapel J.D. Walt at FARMstrong.

Chaplain to students and families Dr. Marilyn Elliott at Amma Talk.

This Week at Asbury content editor Krissi Carson at You Me and the Whole
World.

Keep updated on what Spouse and Family Ministries is doing on the SFM
blog.
ACROSS THE STREET @ ASBURY COLLEGE
Attend an Asbury College chapel, offered at 10a.m. Mondays,
Wednesdays, and Fridays in Hughes Memorial Auditorium.
Monday, Oct. 26—Faculty testimonies.
Wednesday, Oct. 28—Mr. Mitch Barnhart, University of Kentucky Athletic
Director.
Friday, Oct. 30—Board chapel.

Fine and Performing arts:
7:30p.m. Oct. 26 in Hughes Memorial Auditorium, Choral invitational.

7p.m., Oct. 30 in Hughes Memorial Auditorium, Homecoming concert.

9:30p.m., Oct. 30 at the Grille, Jazz Ensemble concert.

11:00a.m., Oct. 31 in Akers, Family Ensemble concert.

Sept. 21-Oct. 31 in the Kinlaw Library Lobby —Jesta Bell Matherly and
Elizabeth Campbell watercolor exhibit. Reception at 9p.m., Friday, Sept. 25.

Oct. 9-Nov. 23 in the ZT Johnson Gallery. —Patrick Adams, ―Heaven on
Earth‖ painting exhibit.

Sept. 18-Dec. 20 in the Reasoner Hallway Gallery —Keith Barker. ―Sacred
Spaces‖ photography show.

Sports
http://www.asbury.edu/athletics
Women’s Soccer home games.
12:30p.m. Oct. 31 vs Covenant College.

Men’s Soccer home games.
7p.m. Oct. 31 vs Campbellsville University.

Women’s Tennis home matches.
TBA. Oct. 30 KIAC Tournament.
TBA. Oct. 31 KIAC Tournament.

Women’s Volleyball home games.
7p.m. Oct. 30 vs Mountain State University.


                    LOCAL HAPPENINGS
Wilmore: Please visit the website for events and other Wilmore
info, www.wilmore.org.

Treats in Wilmore
6-7:30p.m. Saturday, Oct. 31. Main Street
Bring out the family for another fun-filled family event in Wilmore! Main
Street in Wilmore will be blocked off, and businesses/organizations will be
open and distributing candy. There will be carnival-type games and prizes
also. Candy distribution and games will take place from 6-7:30p.m. and the
costume contest will take place at 7:30p.m. in the Pavilion at the Downtown
Green (located behind Jessamine Christian Healthcare).
Local organizations, groups and individuals are invited to bring their chairs
to Main Street and hand out candy during this event. Please contact Wilmore
Parks & Recreation to sign up: parks@gmail.com.

Plan to spend your Halloween evening having a safe, fun and happy
experience in downtown Wilmore!

Nicholasville

Trouble at the Tropicabana
7p.m. and Sunday matinee, 2p.m.
Oct. 23, 24, 25, 30, 31 and Nov. 1
Take a walk down memory lane with Lucy, Ricky, Fred and Ethel. That’s
right, all of your favorite characters from ―I Love Lucy.‖ Fine food, tropical
drinks, Latin music and dancing at Ricky’ club. Will Lucy and Ethel ruin
Ricky’s big chance with another of their hair-brained schemes to get into
show-biz? What’s the notorious gangster ―Mr. Big‖ doing at Ricky’s club? And
who committed the murder?

That’ right, the murder! See website for cost and location. Please call for
reservations.

859.881.8247
susanpowers@blugrassarts.org
http://www.bluegrassarts.org/events/tropicabana.htm

Lexington: Please visit the website for details and more events,
www.visitlex.com.

Exploring the American West
Sunday, Oct. 11 – Sunday, Dec. 20
Between 1839 and 1844, the artists George Catlin and Karl Bodmer
independently set out to explore the American frontier, departing from St.
Louis, Missouri, and heading west. The pair documented the land and the
Native Americans who populated it. Scenes of the West were eagerly received
by the American public and the work of these artists was widely distributed
through the printmaking processes of engraving, etching, aquatint, and
lithography. Admission: $8 general public/$5 senior citizens. The exhibition
is also open for free from 5 -8 p.m on Friday nights.. Rose Street and Euclid
Avenue.

859.257.5716
www.uky.edu/artmuseum
Location: The Art Museum at the University of Kentucky

An Evening with Guitar Master Leo Kottke
Thursday, Oct. 29
Leo Kottke is best known for his 12-string slide instrumentals and five-finger
picking technique. In 24 years, Kottke has composed scores for film
soundtracks, children's shows, and a symphony. 7 p.m. Tickets: $24.50 plus
tax.

859.231.7924
www.kentuckytheater.com/
Location: Kentucky Theatre

Master Gardens & Friends of the Arboretum Presents: Galen
Gates
Thursday, Oct. 29
Galen Gates, Director of Plant Collections at the Chicago Botanic Garden,
will speak on "New Perennial Plant Introductions". Time: 7p.m. Admission
at the door - No pre-registration. General Public: $12. Students with ID:
$5.. 1140 Red Mile Road.

859.257.5582
www.ca.uky.edu/arboretum
Location: Fayette County Extension Office

Phantom of the Opera
Friday, Oct. 30 – Saturday, Oct. 31
The Phantom of the Opera is one of the most famous stories in the world, and
is celebrated on stage as an eerie, romantic mystery of a man/ghost with a
musical mission and a woman with the voice of an angel. Ticket Prices: $15
to $28. Time: 8p.m. 401 West Short Street.

859.252.5245
www.lexingtonoperahouse.com
Location: Lexington Opera House

The Warwick Foundation and the Lexington Public Library
Presents: Tombstone Tales and Preservation
Friday, Sept. 18 – Sunday, Nov. 1
Just in time for Halloween! The Central Library Gallery's current exhibit
features photographs of historic burial places in Lexington, spotlighting the
need to preserve them as a part of Lexington's heritage. In conjunction with
the exhibit, at 6:30 p.m. Sunday, October 18 author and folklorist Lynwood
Montell will make a presentation on "Kentucky's Haunted Houses."

859.231.5559
lexpublib.org
Location: Central Library Theater

Autumnfest
Saturday, Sept. 19 – Sunday, Nov. 1
Spooky farmhouse, pirates cove, petting zoo, Lost Pumpkin Mine, five acre
corn maze, fresh produce, and more! Noon to 7:30 p.m Sundays; 9a.m.-7:30
p.m. Monday through Wednesdays; 9 a.m.- 9 p.m Thursday through
Saturdays.

502.863.3676
www.biwaterfarm.com
Location: Bi-Water Farm

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