FL News Podcasts

FL News: Gay Marriage in New York

05.16.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Gay marriage in New York State has already been decided. But could the law be repealed? It was in the highest court in New York yesterday in Rochester. In one corner was the State Senate. The other corner: New Yorkers for Constitutional Freedoms. The group argues that the law was created in a back ...

Inside Out 245: Choosing Family Togetherness

05.16.12 | Martha Manikas-Foster

There are many good reasons families should fight for more time together. Join teacher and blogger Courtney Reissig for a conversation on intentional togetherness.

FL News: Capital Connection - Faith and Family Issues in NY and PA

05.11.12 | Bob Price

There are several legislative issues in NY and PA affecting faith and family. This week on Capital Connection, we're highlighting some of the most important issues you should know about.

TLI: Key Issues in Next Week's NYS School Board/Budget Voting

05.10.12 | Cecil Van Houten

Dr. Ralph Kerr of the Teaching & Learning Institute talks with Cecil about next week’s school board and school budget elections going on across NY state. They discuss the budget priorities, cost-cutting measures, the property tax cap, reserve fund use and how to evaluate candidates for ...

FL News: Christian Exceptionalism

05.09.12 | Bob Price

Lamplighter President Mark Hamby says Christians need to lead the culture, not follow it. That's why he's sponsoring a special guild for gifted teens this summer in the Catskills

Inside Out 244: Looking Your Age?

05.09.12 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Author Michelle Van Loon is the author of the her.meneutics blog post: “Is It a Sin to Look Your Age?” We talk about beauty, age, fear and even radical women.

FL News: Capital Connection - The Politics of Redistricting

05.03.12 | Bob Price

Redistricting is a very important process that decides the political boundary lines. But has it become too political in and of itself ? Let's talk about it, next on capital connection.

FL News: A New Ministry for Inmates in Elmira

05.03.12 | Bob Price

The Grace house is a christian-based half-way home for ex-inmates in Chemung County, NY. It provides life-skills these men need to make them productive members of society

TLI: Governor Cuomo Establishes NY Education Reform Commission

05.02.12 | Cecil Van Houten

As promised in his State of the State message earlier this year, Gov. Cuomo has established an education reform commission composed of a wide range of educators and businesspeople to take a hard look at the 7 areas of concern in reforming the state's educational system. Dr. Ralph Kerr of TLI and ...

FL News: Real Fast Food

05.01.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Trina Holden, from Ovid, New York, is a stay-at-home mom, a whole-foods chef, and also blogs. She published her own book called Real Fast Food. In this interview, she tells us how you can print your own book without a publisher, and explains how she feeds her family whole foods on a realistic time ...