Feature Reports

Hometown Heroes: Justin Thorp

11.28.17 | Bill Price

Today's "Hometown Hero" is Jamestown, NY's Justin Thorp.

Washington Watch: Men Behaving Badly

11.27.17 | Bob Price

On this week's edition of "Washington Watch", we delve into the myriad of harassment allegations facing prominent figures in politics and entertainment.

New Feature: Spotlight on Missions

11.24.17 | Bob Price

Family Life news interviews Christian missionaries who are winning souls to Christ in some of the most hostile places in all the world to the gospel, Ethiopia and the Middle-East.

Inside Out: Thanksgiving Living

11.22.17 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Jesus calls us to serve people in need by being in relationship over the long haul, says D.L. Mayfield, author of the Christianity Today article "Jesus Wants an Awkward Thanksgiving Dinner."

New Feature: Living Homeless on Purpose in Buffalo

11.21.17 | Bob Price

Pastor Eric Johns with the Buffalo Dream Center is living homeless all this week to raise awareness about poverty in the Queen City.

Hometown Heroes: John Tumino

11.21.17 | Bill Price

Today's "Hometown Hero" is Syracuse, NY's John Tumino.

Issues in Education: Trump Tax Cuts & Public Education

11.20.17 | Bob Price

Dr. Ralph Kerr at the Teaching & Learning Institute in Houghton, NY talks about how the Trump tax cuts will impact public and private education.

Capital Connection: Casino's / Cuomo & Judge Roy Moore

11.17.17 | Bob Price

Christian lobbyists Jason McGuire and Michael Geer weigh in on the important policy issues in the news from the state capitals in Albany and Harrisburg

Faith Under Fire: The Legalities of Social Media

11.16.17 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

“Who” says what is allowed when it comes to social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.? Why are we seeing pro-life or pro-family content being censored?

Real Answers: Mental Illness & Church Security

11.15.17 | Bob Price

Christian counselor Chris Anderson talks about mental illness in light of the Texas church shooting and what congregations can be doing to be "proactive" not "reactive".

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