Feature Reports

Homeschool Roundtable: Socialized Students

10.19.20 | Sarah Harnisch

Danielle Peters of Corning, NY homeschools her five sons. Today, she debunks common thoughts about socialization for homeschooled kids.

News Feature: The Electoral College

10.08.20 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

Some have mentioned getting rid of the Electoral College. So, what role do the 538 electors play in the presidential election? Adam Carrington with Hillsdale College shares the reasoning behind this “safety” measure and a snapshot of how the Electoral College works.

News Feature: Dismantled Evolution

10.05.20 | Brandon Dickson

A Christian film is using science to back up our faith. The documentary, "Dismantled Evolution," has been put together by Canandaigua, New York's Jason LaBarge and Executive Producer, Christopher Rupe.We chat with both about the film.

Bring Your Bible To School Day 2020

10.01.20 | Terese Main

It happens every year. And like many things in 2020, Bring Your Bible to School Day looks a little different. Terese Main talks to Danny Huerta, Vice President of Parenting at Focus on the Family. This year there are options for kids attending in-person school, learning virtually and...

Homeschool Roundtable: Not for Loners

09.28.20 | Sarah Harnisch

With so many questions on how to start homeschooling, Jen Snyder with homeschool support group NYS LEAH (Loving Education at Home) talks about the need to stay connected with others. She also provides details on access to homeschooling regulations.

News Feature: Heart for Lebanon

09.24.20 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

Tom Atema, co-founder of Heart for Lebanon, talks about the Muslim culture and conditions for Christianity in Lebanon. He unpacks why so many Syrian refugees are in Lebanon and the risky mission to train some to go back to share the love of Christ in Syria.

News Feature: Update on Beirut

09.17.20 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

In early August, the people of Beirut, Lebanon were devastated by a chemical explosion. Tom Atema, co-founder of Heart for Lebanon, updates us on conditions for the Lebanese people and for the millions of individuals displaced from Syria.

News Feature: Church in the COVID Era

09.15.20 | Bob Price

It's been six months since the pandemic struck, so how are things going at church? We ask the pastor of one of the largest churches in the Twin Tiers to weigh in.

Homeschool Roundtable: Feeling Unqualified - Part 2

09.14.20 | Sarah Harnisch

With families flung into homeschooling in New York and Pennsylvania this fall during the COVID pandemic, there are many questions on how to start. Jen Snyder with homeschool support group NYS LEAH (Loving Education at Home) addresses several common concerns.

News Feature: Volunteers of America

09.10.20 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

Filling the gaps for people facing poverty. That’s the aim of Volunteers of America. Lynn Sullivan says the Upstate New York affiliate operates homeless shelters and supportive housing. A children’s pre-K Head Start program and residential re-entry center are also a part of the group’s mission...

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