Feature Reports

Inside Out: Faithful through Plagues

07.29.20 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Dr. Jennifer Woodruff Tait, managing editor of Christian History magazine, talks about Christians responding to past pandemics with compassion, fear, and the assurance of the steady companionship of God.

Hometown Heroes: Bernadette Negus

07.28.20 | Bill Price

Today’s “Hometown Hero” is Bernadette Negus from Savona, New York. She’s changing people’s lives all across the country, with a “Dove” nominated song.

Missions in Action: The Impact Project

07.27.20 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

Jim Willard heads up The Impact Project, a ministry that does home repairs for local people in need. Numerous volunteers are needed for each construction project in New York’s Southern Tier.

Staycation: Blueberry to Go Market Festival (July 18–26)

07.24.20 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

Baking competitions are just one part of the Blueberry to Go Market event in eastern Pennsylvania through July 26th. Carly Cheponis with Historic Bethlehem Museums and Sites tells us about the Moravian roots of Burnside Plantation and the numerous blueberry foods and themed happenings this year.

Payout for Prior NYC Ban on “Conversion Therapy”

07.23.20 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

New York City recently paid attorney fees for a Jewish psychotherapist following the reversal on its prior ban of “conversion therapy” for adults. Alliance Defending Freedom’s Roger Brooks shares about the “unconstitutionality” of banning therapy for people of all ages.

News Feature: Education vs. Safety - Part 2

07.21.20 | Brandon Dickson

Lawmakers and education officials have a difficult decision to make between safety and learning as the fall semester approaches. Expert Lee Adler, with Cornell University, explores the options.

News Feature: Education vs. Safety - Part 1

07.20.20 | Brandon Dickson

Lawmakers and education officials have a difficult decision to make between safety and learning as the fall semester approaches. Expert Lee Adler, with Cornell University, explores the options.

Staycation: Knoebels Amusement Resort

07.17.20 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

What’s new for visitors to the “free entrance” park in the woods of central Pennsylvania? Public Relations Director Stacy Ososkie tells us how the Elysburg, PA park has made COVID-19 modifications so families can still visit and make vacation memories.

Faith Under Fire: Bishop on Trial for Traditional Marriage Stance

07.16.20 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

The Episcopal Church has restricted Bishop William Love from punishing others who choose to conduct same-sex marriages. The Albany church leader is under scrutiny for not going along with a conference-wide measure put forward in 2018 to allow for same-sex unions within the denomination.

Inside Out: Medically Vulnerable During COVID-19

07.15.20 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Author Michelle Van Loon talks about the limitations of being medically vulnerable to COVID-19, ways she's growing closer to God, and the need to reach out for community.

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