Feature Reports

Capital Connection: Faith-Based Issues in Harrisburg

05.30.13 | Bob Price

Mike Geer with the Pa Family Institute discusses the state budget and why people of faith need to be following along. He also talks about the controversy surrounding the Boy Scouts and the White House

Issues in Education : What to do with Vacant School Buildings

05.30.13 | Bob Price

Dr. Ralph Kerr with the teaching and learning institute talks about what to do with vacant school buildings in NY and PA

Capital Connection: Public Corruption and PA Budget

05.24.13 | Bob Price

Michael Geer with the PA Family Institute and Jason McGuire with NYers for Constitutional Freedoms talk about the weighty issues impacting our listeners in Albany and Harrisburg

Issues in Education: School Budget Vote-1

05.23.13 | Bob Price

Dr. Ralph Kerr with the Teaching and Learning Institute talks about the results of the school budget vote in NY.

Inside Out 280: Hope in Kenya

05.22.13 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Margaret Wanyonyi, principal of the Purpose Driven Academy in Kitale, Kenya, talks with us about the hope that is available to children through “education that puts the rich and the poor at the same level.”

Praying for Oklahoma

05.21.13 | Sarah Harnisch

A devastating, two-mile-wide tornado touched down in Moore, Oklahoma Monday, ten miles south of Oklahoma City.

Killing Jesus

05.20.13 | Bob Price

Bob Price speaks with New York Times best-selling author Stephen Mansfield about his new book on the execution of Jesus. (Note that some content may not be appropriate for children)

Capital Connection: Lessons Learned from Kermit Gosnell

05.20.13 | Bob Price

Jason McGuire with NYers for Constitutional Freedoms and Michael Geer with the Pa Family Institute discuss the impact of the Kermit Gosnell trial.

Issues in Education: Superintendent Sharing

05.16.13 | Bob Price

Dr. Ralph Kerr with the Teaching & Learning Institute talks about a new trend in public education, superintendent-sharing.

Inside Out 279: Why We Eat Our Own

05.15.13 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Michael Cheshire believes Christians have a hard time forgiving each other—especially those in leadership. Join us for a conversation about sin, grace, and Michael’s new book “Why We Eat Our Own.”