Today’s “Hometown Hero” is Cleveland Way from Williamsport, Pennsylvania. He’s giving that city’s homeless population a fresh start with American Rescue Workers.
Danielle Peters of Corning, NY homeschools her five sons. Today, she debunks common thoughts about socialization for homeschooled kids.
Why are the whales in the Hudson River disappointed? Find out when you listen to this week’s podcast with Steve, Terese & Randy. It’s always a great way to start the day!
Family Life Mornings is a morning radio show on Family Life, a network of stations across New York and Pennsylvania. Listen online at www.fln.org.
It’s the Fall Sharathon at Family Life! Things might be a little different this year, but that doesn’t stop God from doing some amazing things! And the exciting part is, He wants to use us to do it. Join the gang in Mr. J’s garage for a lesson about how God uses people just like you to do big jobs for him.
Did you know that I once rapped on stage with Mandisa? It’s true. It was at Kingdom Bound and she needed someone who knew the TobyMac part of her Good Morning song. I told her I could do it, and she let me! Right before I was supposed to go on stage, my mind blanked. And then as I walked out on stage, it all came back to me. She said I nailed it. I realized then how brave it is that Mandisa gets out on stage every night!
In this episode, listen as Mandisa shares about overcoming…again and again. Hear how the Word of God helped bring her out of depression and back into the light.
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Terese Main is a wife, mom and social media addict. Above all, she loves Jesus. She co-hosts Family Life Mornings, which can be heard on radio stations across New York and Pennsylvania, and at www.fln.org. She is a native of the Finger Lakes Region and a graduate of Ithaca College. It’s her heart’s desire to encourage others to live their lives fully in God’s blessing.
Loneliness doesn’t have just one face. The 20-something hosts of Family Life’s original podcast “If That Make Sense” get honest about feeling alone as they share about this struggle in their own Christian lives