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Bruce Ashford discusses the Christian faith and public life, church and state

Religion Is Not Like A Coat, Part 2

Dr. Bruce Ashford, a provost and professor of theology and culture at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, discusses the relationship between Church and state, and READ
Bruce Ashford discusses the Christian faith and public life, church and state

Religion Is Not Like A Coat, Part 1

Dr. Bruce Ashford, a provost and professor of theology and culture at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, discusses the relationship between Church and state, and READ
Mitch Kokai discusses North Carolina's new amendments

North Carolina’s Four New Constitutional Amendments

Mitch Kokai, a senior political analyst at the John Locke Foundation, one of North Carolina’s preeminent conservative research organizations and public policy think tanks READ
Wesley Smith discusses assisted suicide and bioethics

Canada’s New Culture of Death

Wesley Smith, an author and a senior fellow at the Discovery Institute’s Center on Human Exceptionalism, discusses bioethics, particularly related to end of life READ
Daniel Darling discusses new book The Dignity Revolution: Reclaiming God’s Rich Vision for Humanity

The Dignity Revolution: Reclaiming God’s Rich Vision For Humanity

Daniel Darling, Vice President for Communications at the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, discusses his new book, The Dignity READ
Tyson Langhofer discusses freedom of speech

Protecting Free Speech On College Campuses

This week, we will be airing an inspiring speech by Tyson Langhofer, Senior Counsel with Alliance Defending Freedom and Director of ADF’s Center for READ
Bruce Ashford discusses the Christian faith and public life, church and state

How The Christian Faith Can Contribute To The Common Good

Bruce Ashford, Provost and Professor of Theology and Culture at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, discusses how Christianity applies to the many facets of public READ
David Gibbs discusses churches legal protections

Setting Your Church Up To Thrive

David Gibbs III, the President and General Counsel at the National Center for Life and Liberty, discusses the importance of churches seeking legal protections READ
Jake Sipe, John Rustin, and Jere Royall discuss the election and voter guide

An Impartial, Nonpartisan Look At North Carolina Candidates

NC Family President John L. Rustin speaks with Jere Royall and Jake Sipe, members of the NC Family staff. They discuss the importance of READ
Brian Jodice talks about school choice

Exploring School Choice Options In North Carolina

Brian Jodice, Executive Vice President for Parents for Educational Freedom in North Carolina (PEFNC), a statewide organization that seeks and supports greater educational opportunities READ
Janet Oehl discusses grassroots efforts on sex education

Grassroots Efforts On Sex Education Have Statewide Impact

Janet Oehl, an activist with Onslow Protect Our Students, discusses the fight against comprehensive sex education that was being pushed in her local school READ
Jo Teague discusses the opioid crisis and the foster system

The Opioid Epidemic’s Toll On The Foster Care System

Jo Teague, substance abuse counselor for Wake County Human Services-Child Protective Services and founder of Alcohol and Drug Assessment Services in Raleigh, North Carolina, READ
Lindsey Burke discusses school safety

Exploring The Intricacies Of School Safety

Lindsey Burke, Director of the Center for Education Policy at the Heritage Foundation, discusses school safety and where research suggests efforts should be made READ
John Stonestreet discusses Christians and the current culture

Running Into The Brokenness Of Culture With Hope, Restoration & Redemption

This week on Family Policy Matters we will be airing an inspiring speech by John Stonestreet, President of the Colson Center for Christian Worldview. READ
Helen Alvare discusses children interests in family law

Putting Children’s Interest First In American Family Law

Helen Alvare, a family law professor at George Mason University’s Scalia Law School, discusses her new book, Putting Children’s Interests First in American Family READ

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