Health & Sexuality

Update! Cumberland County Ousts Planned Parenthood-Sponsored Sex Education

he Cumberland County School Board held its final vote last night on a controversial sex education curriculum that was developed by Planned Parenthood.  The READ

Final Vote on Planned Parenthood Sex Education Tomorrow!

A final vote on whether the Cumberland County School Board will listen to parents who object to using Planned Parenthood’s version of sex education READ
David Christensen discusses pro-life legislation and religious liberty

Reasons For Hope And Concern in Religious Liberty

David Christensen, Vice President for Government Affairs with the Family Research Council in Washington, D.C., discusses some of the positive religious liberty developments occurring READ

20-Week Abortion Ban Bill Fails to Pass U.S. Senate

A pro-life bill, which could have saved the lives of thousands of unborn children each year, failed to gain the votes necessary to pass READ
Ryan Bomberger discusses abortion, adoption, race and civil rights

An Unconventional Story of Hope

Ryan Bomberger, Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer at the Radiance Foundation, an educational and life-affirming nonprofit organization discusses the issues of abortion, adoption, race, READ

Change Coming For Sex Education Locally and Nationally

After years of losing battle after battle regarding what is taught to North Carolina public school children about sex, it appears that those who READ
Tracy Winsor discusses families with a prenatal diagnosis

Walking With Families Through The Toughest Times A Parent Can Face

Tracy Winsor, co-founder of Be Not Afraid, a ministry that provides tangible and loving support to parents whose unborn children receive difficult diagnoses and READ
The NC Family Staff discuss the best parts of being American

The Best Part of Being American

The North Carolina Family Policy Council staff has a roundtable discussion where they each share something they love about America. Family Policy Matters Transcript: The READ

Protecting the Next Generation: Sex Education Then and Now

Sex education has been a widely debated topic in recent decades – and it remains a hot button issue today. Changes in leadership at READ

Local Citizens Stand to Protect Students

Comprehensive sex education developed by Planned Parenthood was moving into nine middle schools in Cumberland County recently until a small group of concerned citizens READ
Mary Anne Mosack discusses sexual abstinence

A More Accurate Way of Talking about Sexual Abstinence

Mary Anne Mosack, Executive Director of Ascend, an advocacy organization that works in the realm of Sexual Risk Avoidance education, discusses how to help READ
Families Fighting Back: The unsung heroes of the opioid crisis

Families Fighting Back: The Unsung Heroes of the Opioid Crisis

“Spewing profanity, our twenty-year-old son, Ethan, stormed out of our house on Mother’s Day of 2014. Having confronted him with illegal drug activity we READ
Dig Deeper - FNC fall 2017

AT ISSUE: Dig Deeper!

The wonderful thing about NC Family’s lovely print magazine is the ability to tuck it into a bag or take it along to an READ
Physician Assisted Suicide: Doctor's right to kill

A Doctor’s Right To Kill: Duke Physician Resists The Cultural Shift on Assisted Suicide

When I entered the auditorium at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University one evening this past spring, I was amazed at the READ

POV: Lean Across The Aisle

I remember when it happened to me. I was sitting in a conference room at NC State University as a part of a group READ

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