Feature Reports

Inside Out: People are Hungry

02.28.18 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Salvation Army officers Major Stefanie Nkounkou of Tonawanda, NY and Captains Raul and Wanda Rivera of Corning and Hornell, NY talk about feeding people’s hunger.

Hometown Heroes: Jon Bogue

02.27.18 | Bill Price

Today's "Hometown Hero" is Jamestown, NY's Jon Bogue. After losing his son and nearly his life to drug addiction, Jon now ministers to today's public school kids, in hopes of keeping them away from the lifestyle that almost killed him.

News Feature: Christian Radio in Russia

02.26.18 | Bob Price

Russia is often in the news these days, but did you know that Christian radio is flourishing in the former Soviet Union?

Capital Connection: The "Big Ugly" in the State Budget

02.23.18 | Bob Price

Christian watchdogs Jason McGuire and Michael Geer sound off on the important policy issues in the news from the state capitals of Albany and Harrisburg.

News Feature: Pastors React to the Death of Billy Graham

02.22.18 | Brandon Dickson

Local reaction to the death of Billy Graham. The Family Life news team spent yesterday (Wednesday) talking with our pastors about how this “Giant of the Faith” helped shape their lives. Jared Heaton is the Senior Pastor at Lakewood Baptist Church in Lakewood, New York.

News Feature: Making Politics a Noble Profession Again

02.20.18 | Bob Price

This week, we're speaking to Leslie Danks-Burke, founder of Trailblazers PAC. This former attorney and New York State Senate candidate has made it her life"s mission to restore people's confidence in government.

Washington Watch: Gun Control and the Winter Olympics

02.19.18 | Bob Price

Our Ph.D. of politics, Dr. Steve Coleman discusses the issues in the news from the Florida school shooting to the Winter Olympics in South Korea.

Capital Connection: Florida School Shooting

02.16.18 | Bob Price

This week, Christian watchdogs Jason McGuire and Michael Geer discuss what it's going to take to reduce the number of school shootings in the United States.

Faith under Fire: Equal Access for School Clubs

02.15.18 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

Starting in the fall of 2016, two high school students wanted to form a pro-life club at their Allentown, PA area high school. Following pushback from Parkland High School, Students Elizabeth Castro and Grace Schairer contacted the Thomas More Society for legal help.

Inside Out: Crossing the Racial Divide

02.14.18 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Dan Crain shares how Christians can work to bridge racial divides. A native of Bumpville, PA, Crain works toward reconciliation in Atlanta with the non-profits Remerge and Dignity Serves.