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Since 1999, our 15-minute weekly radio program, Family Policy Matters features interviews with nationally recognized experts on a wide range of family policy issues. Family Policy Matters airs each week on the following radio stations across North Carolina and can also be streamed on the NC Family website by clicking on the titles below.

Belmont/Gastonia–WCGC 1270 AM, Sun., 11:45 AM & 12:45 PM
Bennett/Asheboro–WYTR 88.1 FM, Sat., 2:00 PM
Charlotte–WHVN 1240 AM, Sun., 11:45 AM & 12:45 PM
Charlotte–WOGR 88.3 FM, Sat., 3:45 PM
Charlotte/Harrisburg–WGAS 1420 AM, Sat., 3:45 PM
Fayetteville–WCLN 107.3 FM, Sat., 7:00 AM
Forest City–WWOL 780 AM, Wed., 8:45 AM
Greensboro/Winston Salem–WKEW 1400 AM, Sun., 9:30 AM
Greensboro/Winston Salem–WTRU 830 AM, Sat., 6:00 AM
New Bern–WSTK 104.5 FM, Sat., 3:15 PM
Newland–WECR 1130 AM, Sat., 9:06 AM
Pisgah Forest–WGCR 720 AM, Sat., 9:00 AM

Raleigh–WTRU 1030 AM, Sat., 6:30 AM
Rocky Mount–WLQC 103.1 FM, Sun., 11:00 PM
Salisbury–WOGR 93.3 FM, Sat., 12:15 PM
Sanford–WLHC 103.1 FM, Sun., 11:00 PM
Shallotte–WVCB 1410 AM, Wed., 10:05 AM - Sat. 4:30 PM
Taylorsville-WACB 860 AM; Wed., 5:00 PM
Troy-WJRM 1390 AM; Sun., 7:30 AM
Wilmington–WZDG 88.5 FM, Sun., 5:30 AM & 6 PM
Winston-Salem–WBFJ  1550 AM, Sun., 4:10 PM
Winston-Salem–WPOL 1340 AM, Sun., 9:30 AM
Winston-Salem–WPIP 880 AM, Sun., 5:00 PM.

Candi Cushman discusses bring your bible to school day

A Simple Yet Powerful Way To Celebrate Religious Freedom

Candi Cushman, Director of Education Issues at Focus on the Family, discusses Focus on the Family’s “Bring You Bible To School Day,” a nationwide READ MORE
Greg Murphy discusses opioid epedemic

The Next Chapter In NC’s Fight Against The Opioid Crisis

Dr. Greg Murphy, a State Representative, physician, and surgeon from Greenville, N.C., talks about the opioid epidemic and what the North Carolina General Assembly READ MORE
Jane Anderson discusses teen depression

Addressing The Growing Risk Of Teen Depression

Dr. Jane Anderson, a Clinical Professor of Pediatrics at the University of California, San Francisco, discusses the increasing number of adolescents diagnosed with depression, READ MORE
Brad Griffin discusses faith drift

How Parents Can Help Young People Avoid Faith Drift

NC Family President John L. Rustin speaks with Brad Griffin, Associate Director of the Fuller Youth Institute, which focuses on providing research, resources, and READ MORE
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 MORE
Katy Faust discusses giving children a voice

Giving Children A Voice In Family Structure Debate

Katy Faust, founder and director of Them Before Us, an organization devoted to giving children a voice in the debate over family structure discusses READ MORE
Ray Guarendi discusses being a grandparent

Being A Grandparent: Just Like Being A Parent Only Different

Dr. Ray Guarendi, a clinical psychologist for over 40 years and author of more than a dozen books on parenting, marriage, adoption, and now READ MORE
Catherine Sample discusses the dating scene in America

The Dating Deficit And The Decline of Courtship Culture

Catherine Fowler Sample, writer and producer of the award-winning film “The Dating Project.” The film is a new documentary that follows five modern-day singles, READ MORE
Susanne Berger discusses Neighbor Health Care Center

Serving Christ Through Compassionate And Accessible Healthcare

Susanne Berger, the Board Chair of Neighbor Health Center, a new faith-based health center that seeks to serve Christ by providing primary care to READ MORE
Sean Raftis discusses lifelong friendship

Seeking Authentic Lifelong Friendship In An Increasingly Impersonal World

Father Sean Raftis, a parish priest in Montana who has become well-known in recent years as one of the Gonzaga Prep “Tag Brothers” whose READ MORE
Andrew Walker discusses new small group study on religious liberty

Religious Liberty Has Its Roots In The Bible

Andrew Walker, Director of Policy Studies at the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC) of the Southern Baptist Convention, discusses a new small group READ MORE
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 MORE
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 MORE

Walking With Mothers In Tangible Ways On A College Campus

Debbie Capen, Executive Director of MiraVia, a pregnancy care center on the campus of Belmont Abbey College, discusses her personal story and the mission READ MORE
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 MORE