Asbury TV

Asbury at the Olympics - Whistler

Natalie Clements brings us a look at the village of Whistler, British Columbia, host to the alpine skiing, snowboarding, and sliding events.

Asbury at the Olympics - Chinatown

See how visitors from all over the world are celebrating the Chinese New Year while in Vancouver for the Games.

Asbury at the Olympics - Olympic Activities

There's a lot more to do at the Olympics than just watch the athletes.

Asbury at the Olympics - Biking

Cycling is a very popular way of getting around Vancouver.  Find out why in this report from Janelle Gore.

Asbury at the Olympics - Burgoo

A Vancouver restaurant that features food from all over the world, including Kentucky.

Asbury at the Olympics - Torch Run

Janelle talks about the Olympic Torch Relay and interviews some excited Vancouver residents about hosting the Games.

Asbury at the Olympics - Opening Ceremony

Janelle Gore has the story of Adam Wilson, a resident of nearby Nicholasville, is working to broadcast the opening ceremony from Vancouver.

The Asbury College Cornerstone Project

The Cornerstone Project: Scripture, Holiness, Stewardship & Mission.

Engaging Culture Weekend - Micheal Flaherty - 1

Walden's stated mission is to recapture curiosity and to rekindle curiosity. How do you attempt this?

Engaging Culture Weekend - Micheal Flaherty - 2

What sort of content does a Walden film contain that other family friendly films might not?

Engaging Culture Weekend - Micheal Flaherty - 3

Is it true that your favorite scene in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe is the Father Time scene? Is this true and why?

Engaging Culture Weekend - Micheal Flaherty - 4

Other than the kids, who is your favorite character in the Narnia story? Why that character?

Engaging Culture Weekend - Micheal Flaherty - 5

Do you have a favorite book from the series? Is there a particular spiritual lesson you've learned from that book?

Engaging Culture Weekend - Micheal Flaherty - 6

How do the dark portions of the story add to the overall redemptive nature of the series?

Engaging Culture Weekend - Micheal Flaherty - 7

Are there particular redemptive themes that you are looking for in books to turn into movies?