FL News Podcasts

FL News: Crosses For Cancer

03.29.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Judy Palmer Beardlsee is a cancer survivor from Troy, Pennsylvania, in Bradford County. Each year, she buys chocolate, pours it into hundred of molds in the shape of crosses, and sells them for 50 cents a piece. It's to raise cash for cancer research. Morning news anchor Sarah Harnisch talked with ...

TLI: NYS Budget to Pass - What It Means For Local Schools

03.29.12 | Cecil Van Houten

Ralph and Cecil discuss the pending approval of the NYS budget and the implications that will have on local school districts in terms of state aid. Since school budgets have to be finalized by the end of April decisions will need to be made by local school boards quickly regarding cuts in ...

FL News: Health Care and the High Court

03.28.12 | Bob Price

The ramifications of the Supreme Court decision on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act are huge. Family Life takes a closer look at what's at stake.

Inside Out 241: Persecuted Church: Egypt

03.28.12 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Dr. Carl Moeller has just returned from Egypt and describes the desperate situation of the persecuted church in that country. Moeller is the President/CEO of Open Doors USA.

FL News: Christian License Plates - Yay Or Nay?

03.27.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Last week, a license plate went on sale in Texas that reads "One State Under God". It features three crosses on a hill to represent the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Proceeds from the sale of the plate benefit a ministry called Glory Gang, that buses 350 low-income kids to ...

FL News: Hiring Our Heroes

03.26.12 | Sarah Harnisch

One in every three veterans over the age of 25 is unemployed. "Hiring our Heroes" is a government program that helps our veterans find jobs. In the last 12 months, they have paired 85-hundred U.S. soldiers with jobs. There were several job fairs held in New York and Pennsylvania. The ...

FL News: The Perfect Game

03.23.12 | Bob Price

27 years ago, Villanova put the Madness in the March Madness college basketball tournament.

TLI: Dropout Rates Threaten Educational Goals

03.22.12 | Cecil Van Houten

Dr. Ralph Kerr of the Teaching & Learning Institute talks with Cecil about the growing problem of students dropping out and not graduating. The federal government has proposed a law that all students must stay in school until they’re 18, but will forcing them really work? What are the ...

Inside Out 240: Avoiding Adultery

03.21.12 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Guest Marlena Graves shares about avoiding infidelity by staying close both to God and your spouse. Graves is the author of the blog post “Toying with Adultery?”

FL News: Cain at Gettyburg

03.16.12 | Jay LaScolea

It's the 150th anniversary of the American Civil War, and a local author has just released a gritty re-telling of the greatest battle of that four year engagement. Ralph Peters from Schuylkill Haven, recounts in a new book the three day struggle fought in the southern Pennsylvania farming town of ...