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Inside Out 322: Wilderness Journey During the Holidays

12.03.14 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Christmas may be difficult if you’re in a personal “wilderness.” Marlena Graves assures us that God can redeem our most difficult times--and bring beauty out of our wilderness experiences. Her book is A Beautiful Disaster: Finding Hope in the Midst of Brokenness.

The Average Joes: Snow Removal Dos and Donts

12.01.14 | Bob Price

The Joes talk about snow removal and how to deal with dangerous ice build-up on your eaves and gutters.

Hometown Heroes: Mark Hamby

11.26.14 | Bill Price

Today's Hometown Hero is Mark Hamby of Mt. Morris, New York. The founder of Lamplighter Theater is helping to reclaim the arts for Christ.

Healthy Living: High Intensity Workouts, Do's and Don'ts!

11.25.14 | Lindsay Debach

This week, Diane explains how you can make the most of your High Intensity Workout (those quick, fast paced routines). And how to avoid getting injured.

Issues in Education: School Closings

11.24.14 | Bob Price

Dr. Ralph Kerr at the Teaching and Learning Institute talks about the strategy that goes into announcing school closings.

Capital Connection: A Christian Response to the Immigration Debate

11.21.14 | Rick Snavely

Michael Geer with the Pennsylvania Family Institute and Jason McGuire with New Yorkers for Constitutional Freedoms discuss the immigration reform debate from a christian perspective and discuss other important policy issues from Albany and Harrisburg.

Faith Under Fire: Joni Eareckson Tada On The Right To Die Movement

11.20.14 | Sarah Harnisch

Brittany Maynard's Right To Die case has ignited debate across the country. Do we own our last breath-- or does God? Maynard had terminal cancer, and moved to Oregon so she had legal right to end her own life. Family Life's Sarah Harnisch had a conversation with Christian author and speaker Joni ...

Inside Out 321: Faith that Sticks

11.18.14 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Rick Schenker talks about developing critical thinking skills—a key characteristic of young people who continue to find value in the church after they leave home. Schenker is President and CEO of Ratio Christi, a university campus-based, Christian apologetics organization.

Healthy Living: S.A.D. More than Just the Winter Blues

11.18.14 | Lindsay Debach

In this episode, Diane talks about some coping methods for Seasonal Affective Disorder, or S.A.D., the seasonal depression that affects millions of Americans each year.

The Average Joes: Tool Organization

11.17.14 | Bob Price

The Joes talk about how to keep track of your tools and how to protect them from wear and tear

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