FL News Podcasts

FLN News / Sing the Word

07.03.09 | Sarah Harnisch

The Harrow Family from Upstate New York has set over 100 verses to music -- in just about every genre imaginable -- and their children do the vocals and play instruments. How does a family go from singing songs on the living room floor -- to mass producing CD's?

FLN News / Summer Vacation Destinations

07.02.09 | Bob Price

Travel-mom Emily Kauffman says it's time to re-think summer vacation. Listen in to her talk with FLN's Bob Price.

Neighborhoods in the Network / Shakespeare in Delaware Park

07.01.09 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Join Martha Manikas-Foster for this Neighborhoods in the Network report to learn about Shakespeare in Delaware Park, Buffalo, NY’s free outdoor Shakespeare festival that draws an average of 50,000 patrons each summer.

FLN News / Is it Time to Buy a Home?

06.30.09 | Bob Price

Gail Cunningham with the National Foundation of credit counseling says she doesn't know where the bottom of the mortgage crisis is...but what she does know is...

FLN News / Christian Radio Making Waves in Iraq

06.29.09 | Bob Price

The advance of Christian Radio in Iraq has been nothing short of remarkable. With the help of The Joshua Fund, two new stations are on the air in northern Iraq. Mid-East scholar Joel Rosenberg talks to FLN News about what makes Christian radio so effective at communicating the Gospel.

Food For Thought / Nutritional Answers For Summertime Allergies

06.26.09 | Sherri Watters

Ask anybody with them - it has been a tough year for allergies. Family Life's Sherri Watters examines some of the nutritional options for coping with the summertime sniffles.

FLN News / Images From Iran

06.25.09 | Martha Manikas-Foster

The post-election violence in Iran is being beamed to the world via new media and much of it is vicious, disturbing, and un-edited. Bob Price talks with Martha Manikas-Foster about the parents' response.

Neighborhoods in the Network / Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural Site (Buffalo, NY)

06.24.09 | Martha Manikas-Foster

In 1901 Theodore Roosevelt was inaugurated as president of the United States---not in Washington, DC, but in a private home in Buffalo, NY. After taking that oath of office in this home on Delaware Avenue, Roosevelt would go on to change the role of the American presidency.

FLN News / Carrying the Cross

06.23.09 | Bob Price

Meet the man whose walked the globe witnessing to world leaders with a cross on his back. Arthur Blessit is in the Guiness book of World records for going on the world's longest walk. He's logged over 38-thousand miles the past 38 years, and has witnessed to prominent leaders.

FLN News / Father's Day

06.19.09 | Sarah Harnisch

FLN's Sarah Harnisch has a way for you to celebrate Father's Day, promote adoption, and satisfy a sweet tooth all at the same time.

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