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On this edition of People Making a Difference, we follow up on our coverage of the 2011 edition of the annual New Yorkers for Constitutional Freedoms Legislative Day in Albany. Get a close-up look at one attendee, as well as those who came with him, to help fulfill the theme "Restore New York."
Dr. Kerr and Cecil discuss the New York state budget, which was agreed to over the weekend by the Governor and Legislature. They look at its impact on local school district spending and budgets.
We are to put on the character of Christ, live together in new community and live gospel rhythms together under the rule and reign of Jesus.
With billions of copies published and distributed throughout the world, the Bible is the most read book on the planet. But what is the Bible really about? And is it relevant to our lives today? In this message series, we take two weekends to focus on God’s big story as told through the Bible. Whether you have read every word of the Bible or never turned a single page, we invite you to understand the incredible truth that God wants to reveal about Himself and His purpose for all of creation through these 66 books.
A February billboard controversy in NY City drew attention to an ongoing battle for the life of the unborn that's been growing there. Family Life News reports on the latest strike and counterstrike of those competing for the right to express their views on the issue.
When David flees to Jonathan, he goes not simply to a friend, but to his partner in covenant. We should do the very same with the Son of David, Jesus Christ!
Dr. Kerr and Cecil discuss the Governor’s proposed state budget for New York, the property tax cap legislation and the implications they will have on public education in the state.
It's a buzz phrase: the new atheism. Does this belief system have any more chops than the old version? Kurt Goff joins Bob Price to put a frame around the issue and how we can respond as Christ followers. Features comments from Christopher Hitchens, Lee Strobel,& Drew Dyck from Christianity Today.
Get some fresh insight to help you move away from a predictable world of "what is" into an exciting new faith adventure in the world of "what if".