FL News Podcasts

Food For Thought / Stick With Your New Years' Resolution

01.08.10 | Sherri Watters

Sherri talks about staying motivated to lose weight and eat healthy.

Teaching & Learning Institute / Serving Your School Board

01.07.10 | Cecil Van Houten

Dr. Kerr discusses the large number of openings of district superintendents that will occur at the end of the school year and how local school boards influence the hiring process, encouraging people of faith to get involved in the process by serving on their local boards of education.

Neighborhoods in the Network / Habitat Housing (Wyoming, Allegany Counties)

01.06.10 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Spades may not be turning dirt and hammers may not be pounding nails, but January is anything but a hibernation month for the people who volunteer with Habitat for Humanity across the Family Life Network listening area.

FLN News / The Battle of Ideals in NY Politics

01.05.10 | Ed Thomas

Last year's replacement of former Senator Hillary Clinton and the 23rd Congressional District special election, were just two examples of the attempt to use NY's political environment to impact the larger cultural clash in the U.S.

FLN News / Dress for Success

01.04.10 | Bob Price

FLN News spotlights the not-for-profit group that provides free professional outfits for disadvantaged women on job interviews. Our guest is Dress for Success CEO Joy Gordan.

FLN News / 2009 Year in Review

12.31.09 | Bob Price

FLN's Bob Price and commentator Kirby Anderson reflect on the news of 2009 in this half hour special feature.

Neighborhoods in the Network / Holiday Break at the Museum

12.30.09 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Starting the day after Christmas, the Corning Museum of Glass in New York’s Southern Tier has been hosting its Holiday Break at the Museum, a time for exploring hands-on science exhibits, viewing a 14-foot tall glass ornament tree and enjoying the special features at the Hot Glass show.

FLN News / Updating A Samoan Tragedy

12.29.09 | Ed Thomas

Two Elmira natives with family roots in American Samoa have been working to continue sending help to their family and friends in the South Pacific island. FLN News takes a second look now at how the territory's rebuilding process is developing.

FLN News / Memories, Quilts and Blessings

12.28.09 | Ed Thomas

Can an age-old story in the Bible have meaning for lives in today's world? A new novel by Bishop T.D. Jakes shows how it does just that, in the life of a fictional grandmother who learns to appreciate her own life through the miracles surrounding Mary the mother of Jesus.

FLN News / Milk and the Future

12.22.09 | Ed Thomas

The market price of milk has been falling, and dairy farmers suffering, during the recession. FLN News speaks with a farmer and a veterinarian in NY, to see what some of those challenges have been doing to farms and families in the industry.

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