New York’s new guns which are confusing many people, including gun-owners Tom King, president of the New York State Rifle and Pistol Association speaks with Family Life’s Bob Price.
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A Christian counselor is concerned with the culture’s growing acceptance of the transgender lifestyle. Garry Ingraham with Love and Truth Network in Glendale, Arizona, who will be hosting a conference next month on God’s design for sex at the Family Life headquarters in Bath, New York, discusses.
Businessman and author Bob Hasson talks about the pandemic’s impact on the workplace, passion in our work, and our identity beyond the job.
Abortion is not just an issue in the U.S. It’s also a major problem in Mongolia. Missionary Mitch Tillman of Harbor Evangelism tells us of the efforts to “turn the tide” toward valuing life in the country in East Asia.
Reading the Bible in public school? It’s legal. Kori Pennypacker with Bible2School in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, tells us how her organization is seeking to get the Bible, and good Christian teaching, back into public schools.
With the “rainbow flag” everywhere these days, how are people of faith to respond when confronted or asked to celebrate? Pastor Dave Bretch with the Beartown Road Alliance Church in Painted Post, NY offers insight and analysis.
Dr. Greg Smalley, Focus on the Family’s Vice President of Marriage, discusses why marriage counseling can be seen in a negative light, and how to move past that to strengthen your marriage.
Brian Eshenaur is an “insect expert” at Cornell Cooperative Extension. He’s talking about how to keep those creepy, crawly, critters from destroying your property.
Jim Harden with Rochester-based CompassCare responds to the effort in New York State to expand access to abortions as the Supreme Court decides the future of Roe v. Wade. Attorney General Tish James supports legislation that would create a $50 million fund to pay for abortion services, even for patients from out of state.
Family Life News sits down with attorney Bobbie Anne Cox to talk about her lawsuit against New York Governor Kathy Hochul over “quarantine-camps.”