FL News Podcasts

TLI: The Spirit of Giving

12.22.11 | Cecil Van Houten

Dr. Ralph Kerr of the Teaching & Learning Institute and Cecil do an end-of-the-year wrap-up of the big issues in education in 2011 and talk about the spirit of giving that permeates the holiday season.

Inside Out 230: Thailand

12.21.11 | Martha Manikas-Foster

The kingdom of Thailand is beautiful but it has seen great tragedy: tsunami, flooding, human trafficking. Join us to hear the hope of God’s Good News in Thailand with guest Jake Janzen of Vision Thailand.

FL News: Blue Christmas

12.16.11 | Bob Price

There are so many people that are hurting around Christmas. At a time when most people are celebrating with family and friends, others are dealing with loss or tragedy that dampens their Christmas cheer. Listen in to our podcast today and consider how you can show the love of Christ to those who ...


12.15.11 | Sarah Harnisch

Hornell author and mom of 3 Becky DePra has taken on a crusade to save the jobs of postal workers. She wants every one to sit down and write a letter to boost mail volume. It's called W.A.L.T. Day. Her group of 10 kids has already written 200 letters.

TLI: Pants on the Ground

12.15.11 | Cecil Van Houten

Dr. Ralph Kerr, President of the Teaching & Learning Institute talks with Cecil about the manner in which one school district is dealing with the issue of baggy, saggy pants. Does it matter how students dress? What are the issues involved?

2011 "Year in Review"

12.14.11 | Bob Price

What stories made the news in 2011? What were the events that shaped our lives? The FL news team has the sound bytes that shaped the world over the past 12 months.

Inside Out 229: Famine in Somalia

12.14.11 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Today, in the country of Somalia, 2,000 people will die of famine, but 50 percent of Americans are not aware of the growing disaster. Learn how you can help from our guest Rachel Wolff of the Christian humanitarian organization World Vision.

TLI: Family First Program in Public Schools Brings Families Closer Together

12.08.11 | Cecil Van Houten

Dr. Kerr and Cecil discuss an in-school program to increase parental involvement that was started by Tony Dungy and his wife called Family First. Because of their recent partnership with the national PTA organization, many chapters are being formed across New York and Pennsylvania in secondary and ...

Inside Out 228: Church Matters

12.07.11 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Fewer people are going to church these days. Since 1991, attendance has dropped from 49% to 40%. Many think that church doesn’t matter. Does it? Join us for our conversation with author Mary DeMuth.

Christmas Wars - 'Tis the season for political correctness

12.05.11 | Bob Price

Bob Price talks to Matt Staver with Liberty Council about a Merry Christmas ban in Batavia, NY and the yearly "Friend or Foe of Christmas" campaign.