Feature Reports

Inside Out: Working Against Alzheimer’s Isolation

02.24.21 | Martha Manikas-Foster

The Alzheimer’s Association’s Dr. Anafidelia R. Tavares suggests ways we can prevent physical distancing from leading to feelings of social isolation for those we love in nursing homes living with dementia.

News Feature: Labels vs. Identity in Christ

02.22.21 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

How do we sift past the labels that others give to uncover our true identity in Christ? Former missionary, avid, hiker, and teacher Lisa Karr highlights our need to be intentional in our thinking. She offers ways to build our trust in God.

Capital Connection: How do Christians Counter the Cancel Culture?

02.19.21 | Bob Price

Christian watchdogs Jason McGuire and Michael Geer discuss the proper response to growing hostility toward free speech in America.

Faith Under Fire: Exclusion for Personal Beliefs

02.18.21 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

Where do personal free speech rights end and professional conduct standards begin? Penn Yan attorney Carl Schwartz talks with us about this issue and the case of a SUNY education major. Based on posts on his personal social media account, the school has suspended the student from field...

Real Answers: Responding to the Ravi Zacharias Fallout

02.17.21 | Brandon Dickson

How do Christians respond to the sexual misconduct of the late, Ravi Zacharias? Christian counselor Christopher Anderson discusses.

Hometown Heroes: Justin Behrens

02.16.21 | Bill Price

Today’s “Hometown Hero” is Justin Behrens from Scranton, Pennsylvania. He’s in charge of a homeless ministry, where the focus is on relationship.

Issues in Education: Why Boys Should Not Be Allowed To Play Girls Sports

02.15.21 | Bob Price

Dr. Ralph Kerr with the Teaching and Learning Institute in Houghton, NY thinks the transgender movement is ruining high school girls sports.

Capital Connection: NY Nursing Home Deaths & the Minimum Wage in PA

02.12.21 | Bob Price

Christian Watchdogs Jason McGuire and Michael Geer are fighting to uphold biblical values in the public square at the state capitals of Albany and Harrisburg. Listen in as they discuss the big news stories of the past week.

News Feature: Red Flags, Relationships & Healthy Christians

02.11.21 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

Individuals who know Christ can be complete in His love. Brad Hambrick, pastor of counseling at The Summit Church, walks us through some traits of healthy Christians. He also guides us through questions about past or current relationships and steers singles away from “red flags.”

News Feature: Politics, Black History & the Cure for Poverty

02.10.21 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

The Urban CURE’s Star Parker talks takeaways from the 2020 Election from the perspective of African Americans. She also discusses the new “Civil Rights” push under the Biden Administration, along with remedies for financial bondage and racial tension.