FL News Podcasts

FL News: Davis College Helps Out Flood Victims

09.13.11 | Bob Price

Davis College President Dr. Dino Pedrone talks about how his school is coming to the aid of flood victims.

FL News: Sponge Bob Study

09.12.11 | Jeremy Miller

Does watching Sponge Bob have a negative impact on your child's development. A new study answers that question.

Flooding Impacts Farming

09.09.11 | Bob Price

Flooding has a direct impact on farming. Family Life News Director Bob Price spoke with the New York Farm Bureau about how farmers should handle the loss of their crops and livestock.

Talking to Those Facing Tragedy

09.09.11 | Bob Price

Family Life News Director Bob Price speaks with Hudson Valley Pastor Gail Adamasheck. She explains how to minister to people in light of a tragedy.

TLI: A Decade Later - The Impact of 9/11 on Public Education

09.08.11 | Cecil Van Houten

Dr. Kerr and Cecil discuss the impact 9/11 has had on public education including changes in social studies programs, multiculturalism and the Biblical directive to maintain a Christian viewpoint toward it all.

9/11 Ten Years Later

09.07.11 | Jay LaScolea

10 years after 9/11, Family Life news takes you back to ground zero. Jay LaScolea was one of the only local reporters there in the aftermath of the attacks. He shares what he saw, and how it changed him forever.

September 11th: Ten Years Later

09.05.11 | Bob Price

This is the story of two lives forever changed by the events of September 11th. A wife who lost her husband in the Twin Towers, and a construction worker who survived the attack. It’s a story of horror and hope; tragedy and triumph.

Inside Out 116: Why Public Schools?

09.02.11 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Many of America’s public schools are broken, but author and blogger Amy Julia Becker says this is exactly why Christians should be flocking to them, not running away.

TLI: Budget Cuts Increasingly Painful

09.01.11 | Cecil Van Houten

Dr. Kerr and Cecil discuss the deepening cuts in school budgets and the growing impact they are having including employee layoffs, increased class size, additional fees for extracurricular activities, etc.