Government: radio

Rhonda Dillingham discusses charter schools

Refuting The Myths About Public Charter Schools

Rhonda Dillingham, a veteran educator and Executive Director of the North Carolina Association for Public Charter Schools, discusses the history of public charter schools, READ
JP De Gance discusses marriage, divorce and communio

The Game Plan For Fighting Divorce (Part 2)

JP De Gance, Founder and President of Communio, an organization that works to equip communities and churches to strengthen marriages, families, and faith continues READ
JP De Gance discusses marriage, divorce and communio

The Game Plan For Fighting Divorce (Part 1)

J.P. De Gance, Founder and President of Communio, an organization that works to equip communities and churches to strengthen marriages, families, and faith speaks READ
Denise Harle discusses Title IX and Transgender

Transgender Vs. Title IX

This week on Family Policy Matters, NC Family Communications Director Traci DeVette Griggs sits down with Denise Harle, legal counsel for Alliance Defending Freedom. Harle READ
Daniel Darling discusses new book The Dignity Revolution: Reclaiming God’s Rich Vision for Humanity and the importance of faith in public policy

Opting Out Is Not An Option: Part 2

 Dan Darling, a pastor and Vice President of Communications for the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, continues his READ
Daniel Darling discusses new book The Dignity Revolution: Reclaiming God’s Rich Vision for Humanity and the importance of faith in public policy

Opting Out Is Not An Option

 Dan Darling, pastor and Vice President of Communications for the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, in Part 1 READ
Jessica Burke discusses learning to know God and growing faith in education

Learning To Know God

 Jessica Burke, a former educator and writer for the Leadership Council of the ERLC, discusses the importance of faith in a child’s education, READ
Mike Lindell discusses drug addiction (addict), recovery, and faith

From Addict to Advocate (Part 2)

 Mike Lindell, inventor of MyPillow and founder of the Lindell Recovery Network, speaks about the role his faith has played not only in READ
Mike Lindell discusses drug addiction (addict), recovery, and faith

From Addict to Advocate (Part 1)

 Mike Lindell, inventor of MyPillow and founder of the Lindell Recovery Network sits down with NC Family President John L. Rustin to discuss READ
Leila Miller discusses the effects of divorce on children and moral challenges

Divorce’s Echo

 Leila Miller speaks about her book, Primal Loss: The Now-Adult Children of Divorce Speak. Miller talks about some of the stories and trends READ
Mary Beth Waddell discusses the equality act

The Dangerous Inequalities of the “Equality Act”

A bill labeled the Equality Act could go to a vote in the U.S. Senate at any time. The measure, which threatens religious liberty READ
Stutzman and Fiedorek discusses faith and religious liberty

Flowers, Faith, and Religious Freedom

 Religious liberty is a tough concept to grasp. For Americans, it often means figuring out how to balance religious convictions with all of READ
Adam Carrington discusses the Constitution and changes.

The Dangers of Breaking From Our Constitution

 Dr. Adam Carrington, assistant professor of politics at Hillsdale College’s Graduate School of Statesmanship, unpacks the recent trend of states passing legislation to READ
Abby Johnson discusses Unplanned

The Woman Who Inspired “Unplanned”

 Abby Johnson, the former Planned Parenthood Clinic Director whose story of transformation and redemption is featured on screen in the film Unplanned, now READ
Alexandra McPhee discuses religious tests

No Clause For Religious Tests

 Alexandra McPhee, attorney and Director of Religious Freedom Advocacy for Family Research Council. McPhee discusses her recent publication, “Rebels Without a Clause: When READ

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