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Triumph of God's Mercy and Grace

By Sallye Nail  Tidings  February 2017 

To give all of the details of the 10-plus years that our family lived in a wretched hell created by the chaos of drug addiction would certainly take a book, which I may someday write, but here I will share just some of our story. There is a most ...

Hope for the Holidays

By Shantel Nelson  Tidings  October 2016 

Are you dreading the holidays, knowing everything has changed and that happy memories from past years can’t be recreated? We know grieving the loss of a loved one is a difficult challenge at any time, but the holiday season has a way of ...

Christian Clark, Transformed by Grace

By Darrell Duke  Tidings  July 2016 

Christian Clark grew up in a middle-class family and was a troublemaker at an early age. He was diagnosed with ADHD, and his mother was divorced from his estranged father. At age 7, his mother married again. Christian never knew his father well, ...

Turn the Tables

By Charlene Giles  Tidings  July 2016 

Zach Magnuson and Audrey Keeling had no idea how they would be put to work when they signed up to serve at Asbury’s annual banquet to honor couples married 50 years or more. They mostly just needed the service hours. Plus, they thought it was a ...

Our Journey through Grief after the Death of Two Family Members

By Chris and Michael Eldridge  Tidings  March 2016 

When I picked up the phone that evening, I had no idea my world was about to change forever. The date was May 7, 1994. I was only 15 and home alone when I received word that my 17-year-old brother, Mark, had been in a car accident. Within 24 hours, ...

Change From the Inside Out

By Floyd Plummer  Tidings  January 2016 

How blessed are we to belong to a church like Asbury. Not only for the obvious reasons one belongs to a church but also for Asbury’s uniqueness. There is so much activity, so many ways to serve God and the community, and so many opportunities to ...