Theme: Never Alone

Hello friends,

We welcome all new and returning students to ASU for the 2017-2018 school year. Our theme this year is “Never Alone.” In light of our theme, our weekly Bible studies for the school year will be from the Bible’s book of John.

In the Bible, we have God’s promises that He is always with us. We also have each other, and if you need any encouragement or support, we are here to help. No matter what struggles or circumstances we face this school year, let us remember that we are never alone.

We welcome you to check out our Twitter or Facebook page to stay up-to-date on all the latest info for our club. We hope you can join us!

Blessings,
ACF Leaders

Welcome to 2015-2016

ASU is starting back up! If you are a new student, welcome. If you are a returning student, welcome back. If you never left us, we’re glad you’re still here.

We’re excited for the semester ahead. Not only will our weekly Bible study continue (last semester’s studies on the sanctuary were amazing), but you won’t want to miss our Spaghetti feast and game night on August 29th, our month student Potlucks and breakfasts at church, our free health/food seminar later in the semester, or anything else.

We’ll keep you posted on everything as it happens. We’re on Facebook and Twitter.

God bless you as you seek to follow Him this semester.

-ASC leaders

Sarah’s Chart

Note: This is Sarah’s explanation of the chart she drew and talked about at the end of her testimony. To listen to Sarah’s testimony in full, click here.

When we begin with prayer, simple and concise, asking God to give us the desire to grow closer to Him, asking Him to help us cultivate a desire to read His Word, He answers. He wants every single one of us to experience life. He is faithful in the smallest things! He sees the sincere heart with which we ask, and He is willing and eager to grant our request. Sarah's chart The combination of prayer and reading the Bible is powerful, so powerful that it is inevitable that we will start to experience changes in our hearts and minds almost immediately. It’s not something that we have to do of ourselves, its the power of God transforming us! Day by day, as we are persistent in our prayers and searching of the Scriptures, we will be transformed to be more and more like Jesus. God will transform our insides, but He also wants to show us physical, tangible proof of His love.

When we choose to continue being faithful in prayer and reading our Bibles, daily experiencing the power of God, we start to see miracles. Real, 21st century miracles. We start to realize that we aren’t just lucky and that things don’t happen by coincidence. We receive the ability to recognize miraculous events and answers to our prayers. So many people say faith is believing without seeing, I think that’s only half of it. Yes, initially it takes a little faith to start talking to God in prayer, but once we start to see God working in our lives, our faith grows because we SEE the the miracles, we experience transformation in real time.

So here’s the thing that so many people miss. Action. Once we have this belief, this solid faith that Jesus is real and that He is working in our lives, what are we doing with it? Are we using our faith, or just holding on to it? We need to take action, stepping out and doing something with our faith. I believe this to be the second most crucial step in the process of salvation, second only to prayer. When we begin to act on our faith, reaching out to others, finding the ministries we were created for, we begin to experience ultimate healing. The kind of total transformation we were looking for when we first started praying. The healing that enlightens our minds, mends our hearts and prepares us for heaven.

See, when Christ returns, He will make us totally new, but why wait to start the process? We have early access to the tree of life, a personal connection to THE HEALER. Here’s the most beautiful thing of all, we have all been given a measure of faith, enough to begin the journey towards ultimate healing today. The only thing we have to do is claim it. Jesus said to the woman who washed His feet with her hair, “Your faith has liberated you. Go in peace.”

Sarah

Spring 2015 Semester

Welcome back to school! we hope your holiday break was a good one and that you are recharged for the new semester.

Our Wednesday night Bible studies this semester are going to be a blend of testimonies and Bible studies. “And they overcame him by the blood of the Lamb, and by the word of their testimony.” – Revelation 12:11

We have some exciting ideas in the works. For example, we are now recording our Wednesday Bible studies. That way, if for some reason you cannot make our study, you can listen during the week and stay connected to the group. We’ll keep you all up-to-date with other plans as they come to fruition.

If you are new, we welcome you to our group and pray you are blessed this semester. Please let us know if you have any Bible questions, life questions, or just need a friend.

Blessings,
ASC Leaders

Fall 2014 is here

It’s the start of a new school year. The Fall 2014 semester begins tomorrow.

We’re excited for what’s ahead. Besides our weekly Wednesday night Bible studies we’ll be doing some exciting outreach and social activities for the year. We aim for an even balance between truth-filled Bible studies (group and individual), discipleship, and social activities. We hope you can join us!

Our theme text for the year is John 10:10, where Jesus said, “I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly.” We want you to experience the abundant life that only Jesus offers. We long for you to have true peace now and to be ready for His soon coming!

We welcome you to our group and pray you are blessed this coming school year. Please let us know if you have any Bible questions, life questions, or just need a friend.

Blessings,
ASC Leaders

Wednesday Night Bible Studies

Our first Bible study of the summer was held last night in the MU. Seven of us gathered by the fireplace to fellowship and dive into Scripture.

We’ve decided to study the letters of John (1, 2, and 3 John). Last night we focused on 1 John 1:1-4, discussing how we can experience Christ here and now through reading the Bible. Reading the Bible should lead us to know the Father and Son, and as a result we will have joy.

Keep coming back to the website to catch updates on our upcoming Bible studies and events.

Oh, and we have ASC zip-up hoodies now!

We have hoodies now!
ASC hoodies!

Welcome to ASC

Welcome to the website of Adventist Students for Christ. ASC is a registered student organization at Arizona State University’s Tempe campus. Our group was formed in 2009 and is currently registered through Spring 2015. We are affiliated with the Seventh-day Adventist Church through the Arizona Conference, Michigan Conference (CAMPUS), and the local Tempe Seventh-day Adventist Church.

Our mission is to encourage and equip students to study, practice, and proclaim the Bible truth, and as a result to prepare ASU for the imminent return of Christ.

We aim for an even balance between truth-filled Bible studies (group and individual), discipleship, and social activities. We hope you can join us!