Feature Reports

Listening as an Act of Love

03.25.15 | Martha Manikas-Foster

We demonstrate love when we listen with a heart to understand the other person, says Dorothy Greco, author of the article, “The Sacred Gift of Listening.”

Inside Out: Young Mothers and Fear

03.11.15 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Finding a "tribe" and a mentor can help mothers of young children battle the fear that wearies them, according to Mandy Arioto of MOPS International.

Inside Out: After Ferguson

02.25.15 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Mark Cerbone, of Buffalo’s Peace of the City Ministries, talks about what Christians in the dominant culture can do to better understand the experience of minority cultures.

Inside Out: Pray for South Sudan

02.11.15 | Martha Manikas-Foster

The threat of famine hangs over the Republic of South Sudan, the result of civil war. Dr. Jon Arensen is our guest in this conversation about the world’s newest country.

Inside Out 325: Safe Haven for Trafficked Minors

01.27.15 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Join Deborah Kuehner, executive director of a foundation that hopes to help the youngest victims of sex slavery in south central New York State.

Inside Out 324: Christian Hospitality

01.14.15 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Hosting meals in our homes can lead to the deeper relationships we crave. Evelyn Bence is our guest, author of "Room at My Table: Preparing Heart and Home for Christian Hospitality.”

Inside Out 323: Christians in the Middle East

12.17.14 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Many Christians in the Middle East face severe persecution. Todd Nettleton talks about persecution, displacement--and conversion—in the Middle East. Nettleton works with The Voice of the Martyrs, spreading the news of Christian persecution and helping those who face it.

Inside Out 322: Wilderness Journey During the Holidays

12.03.14 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Christmas may be difficult if you’re in a personal “wilderness.” Marlena Graves assures us that God can redeem our most difficult times--and bring beauty out of our wilderness experiences. Her book is A Beautiful Disaster: Finding Hope in the Midst of Brokenness.

Inside Out 321: Faith that Sticks

11.18.14 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Rick Schenker talks about developing critical thinking skills—a key characteristic of young people who continue to find value in the church after they leave home. Schenker is President and CEO of Ratio Christi, a university campus-based, Christian apologetics organization.

Inside Out 320: Avoiding Helicopter Parenting

11.05.14 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Join Dr. Michael Lastoria, the Director of Counseling Services at western New York’s Houghton College, as we talk about how parents help their children mature when they give them space to make their own decisions.

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