FL News Podcasts

Issues in Education: How Much Homework is Too Much Homework?

03.06.14 | Bob Price

Dr. Ralph Kerr talks about a surprising new study that details the amount of home work students are assigned each week.

Inside Out 305: North Korean Christians

03.05.14 | Martha Manikas-Foster

North Korean Christians are the most persecuted believers in the world. Can we become more aware? How can we pray? Join guest Dr. David Curry, President/CEO of Open Doors USA.

Simple Nutrition: Kids and Grazing

03.03.14 | Sarah Harnisch

Do you struggle with your kids snacking all day long? What causes grazing? How do you curb it to save your grocery budget? Family Life's Morning News Anchor Sarah Harnisch and Certified Natural Health Professional Brandee Gorsline discuss the causes of constant snacking and how you can squelch it ...

Average Joes: Tips when Buying a Home

03.03.14 | Jeremy Miller

The Average Joes talk about what you need to know when purchasing a home.

Capital Connection: The Reach of Religious Freedom in the Workplace

02.28.14 | Bob Price

Jason McGuire with New Yorkers for Constitutional Freedoms and Michael Geer with the PA Family Institute talk about the impact of Arizona's failed Senate Bill 10-62.

Issues in Education: Home Schooling and High School Sports

02.27.14 | Bob Price

Dr. Ralph Kerr talks about a lawsuit filed by a Pennsylvania mom to have her home-schooled son compete on high school sports teams.

Inside Out 304: Ministry in the Marketplace

02.26.14 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Do you see your job as ministry---ministry in the marketplace? Join Mark Sheerin, author of the essay “Why I Left World Vision for Finance,” winner of a Christianity Today blue ribbon award.

Simple Nutrition: The Nitty Gritty On Salt

02.25.14 | Sarah Harnisch

Family Life Morning News Anchor Sarah Harnisch and Certified Natural Health Professional Brandee Gorsline tackle salt this week. Why does it have such a bad rap? Is it as bad as it seems?

Average Joes: Selling A House

02.24.14 | Jeremy Miller

The Joes share some tips on things you can do to get your house sold quicker.

Future City Competition

02.18.14 | Sarah Harnisch

6th, 7th and 8th grade students in Corning, New York competed in the National Future City engineering Competition. Sarah Harnisch spoke with science teacher Kim Nightingale on the adversity they faced to get to the competition.

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