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POV: The Best Christmas Pageant Ever

I participated in a leadership development program called the Raleigh Fellows a few years ago. As part of this program, I lived with a READ MORE

POV: An Alternative To Foster Care

My husband and I have had three toddlers living in our home since October. They moved in on a Thursday afternoon, and we began READ MORE

Pregnancy Center Reaches Major Settlement with City of Raleigh

Hand of Hope Pregnancy Centers may soon be allowed to open a fully operating center next door to an abortion clinic, after reaching an READ MORE

Preventing Human Trafficking This Holiday Season

The North Carolina State Highway Patrol stumbled onto a potential human trafficking operation last week in Gaston County. Troopers stopped a car with Arizona READ MORE

Prayers For Those On The Front Lines

As we head into a long Thanksgiving weekend, NC Family encourages you and your family to take a moment to thank God and pray READ MORE

POV: Far More Than A Chicken Sandwich

I’ve long admired Chick-fil-A’s slogan, “We didn’t invent the chicken, just the chicken sandwich,” because it cleverly acknowledges two fundamental ideals: (1) the restaurant READ MORE

POV: When it comes to China, we all need renewed moral clarity

The U.S Senate unanimously passed a bill this week to support pro-democracy efforts in Hong Kong, a move that prompted an angry response from READ MORE

North Carolina in the Cross Hairs of Pro-Abortion Spending in 2020

The national debate over the sanctity of human life is expected to come to an all time high during this upcoming election cycle, with READ MORE

Hemp Production Is Now Legal, But Questions Abound

A lot of questions about hemp were answered last week when the U.S. Department of Agriculture issued regulations on growing the plant. The new READ MORE

HHS Proposal Returns Federal Funding to Faith-Based Adoption and Foster-Care Agencies

Faith-based organizations that provide foster-care and adoption services can continue to operate according to their deeply held beliefs without fear of losing federal funding, READ MORE

California Public Universities Forced To Provide Abortion Drugs

Public universities in the State of California will be required to offer abortion-inducing drugs to all female students starting January 1, 2023, thanks to READ MORE

Court Says Video Sweepstakes Scheme Violates NC Gambling Laws

The NC Court of Appeals issued an opinion on Tuesday that overturned a lower court ruling and determined that a video sweepstakes gambling operation READ MORE

High Court Hearing Arguments On Case That Could Redefine “Sex”

The U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments today in the case of R.G. & G.R. Harris Funeral Homes v. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission(EEOC). This READ MORE

Disturbing Themes In Reading Assignment

Every week, I meet with and mentor a 14-year-old through a program at my church. We work on homework or assigned readings together, and READ MORE

Bring Your Bible To School Day Is Thursday!

Students across the United States will be exercising their faith, along with their First Amendment rights, this week as they participate in the sixth READ MORE