6/24/2012 Sermon Audio

Pastor Denise Founds sermonizes on sharing the Gospel – spreading God’s grace to everyone!

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Pastor Dave’s Closing Sermon at Asbury

Senior Pastor Dave Humphrey offers his final message at Asbury UMC.  While sad at Pastor Dave’s departure the congregation was left with a joyful and grateful message as we look forward to the future!

Asbury 11 AM 6_17_12

Sermon Audio for June 3, 2012

Senior Pastor Dave Humphrey speaking on “Mend Me, Send Me.”  Trinity Sunday 2012.

Asbury Sermon 6_3_2012

Audio for Sermon May 20, 2012

Senior Pastor David Humphrey preaching on the call to witness.

Asbury May 20, 2012

Mother’s Day Sermon Audio

Rev. Dave Humphrey preaching on Mother’s Day.

Click the link to hear the sermon:  Asbury UMC 5_13_2012

Sermon Audio – 8:30 AM Service – May 6, 2012

Associate Pastor Denise Founds shares on “compassion.”

Asbury UMC – 8:30 AM – Sermon May 6, 2012

Sermon from April 29, 2012 – Crossing Home (text)

04-29-2012 sermon text only

The Privilege of Doing Weird Stuff for Jesus

On Sunday, April 29, we had Tailgate Sunday with a baseball theme.  Though I know I’m not nearly as young or hip as former Asbury  youth ministers Roger Moscara or Scot McClymont, I took a page out of their book and told the congregation if we had an attendance of over 250 at our combined worship service, Pat Musto could do whatever she wanted with my hair.

We didn’t quite get there but since this blue hair was only temporary I let it happen any way.  I never could have imagined that becoming a follower of Jesus let alone a United Methodist Pastor would one day lead to my having blue hair for a day.  And yet I could never have imagined any number of moments of surprise and craziness and fun and pain and wonder and angst and incredible grace I have experienced on this journey.

I wouldn’t trade a single one of them – including but not limited to a blue hair day.  (Actually, I’m thankful I still have any hair at all.)

Also, considering what he did long ago for me and us all, doing a weird thing or two for Jesus is probably not too much to expect or ask of anyone.

Grace and peace,

Dave