Feature Reports

Staycation: Old Fort Niagara

06.22.18 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

You can step back in time while getting hands-on demonstrations of life at Old Ford Niagara near Youngstown, NY. Executive Director Bob Emerson gives us a snapshot of the periods represented today at the old garrison.

Faith Under Fire: Responding to Hostility with Peace & Truth—Part 1

06.21.18 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

How can you relate well to others who have very different viewpoints? Pastor Brian Jennings takes a page from the communication playbook of Jesus, and shows how you can step closer to bridging the gap.

Inside Out: The Forgotten Rural Church

06.20.18 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Glenn Daman is concerned about the health of rural church ministry. Daman is a pastor and the author of “The Forgotten Church: Why Rural Ministry Matters for Every Church in America.”

Washington Watch: The Blue Wave or the Blue Trickle?

06.18.18 | Bob Price

Our Ph.D of politics, Dr. Steve Coleman weighs in on the high stakes mid-term elections, North Korea and why breaking up is hard to do in California.

Staycation: Oil Creek and Titusville Railroad

06.15.18 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

Oil Creek and Titusville Railroad's Bob Archer tells Family Life Listener what to expect when visiting the Titusville area and taking a train ride on historic Pullman rail cars. The standard train ride is 3-hours in length. Special events are also offered from June through October.

Faith Under Fire: Facing Fear when God Calls

06.14.18 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

Author Elizabeth Laing Thompson talks about some of the common obstacles to obedience to God and reminds us of ways we can gain the courage to answer the call with faith.

Real Answers: Healthy Friendships- Part 3

06.13.18 | Brandon Dickson

What can be done if you've been hurt by a friend or experienced a lost friendship? Christian counselor Chris Anderson addresses trust in our third and final part of our series on healthy friendships.

Hometown Heroes: Regina Weise

06.12.18 | Bill Price

Today's "Hometown Hero" is Buffalo, NY's Regina Weise. Since 2013, she's been feeding the hungry and the homeless in the Queen City. Her labor of love is meeting physical and spiritual needs in that city.

Issues in Education: Finishing Strong

06.11.18 | Bob Price

Dr. Ralph Kerr at the "Teaching and Learning Institute" shares some insights for parents, students and teachers about how to finish the school year strong!

Staycation: The Gaffer District of Corning, NY

06.08.18 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

Downtown Corning, New York contains numerous restaurants and small businesses. The city can also boast for being named one of the “most walkable downtowns” in the U.S. and Rand McNally’s “Most Fun Small Town in America.”

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