Education

A Chance to Celebrate North Carolina as a Leader in School Choice

National School Choice Week kicks off next Monday, and is intended to celebrate the value of choice in education. In North Carolina, events will READ

The Truth About Chemical Abortions

This month marks the 47th year since abortion-on-demand was legalized nationally by Roe v. Wade. For decades, the main method of abortion was surgical, READ

Clearing The Air About The NC Hemp Industry

Those of you who have been following the 2019-2020 North Carolina legislative session have heard the controversy over the 2019 Farm Act, and specifically READ

Gridlock Continues On Jones Street

With a Democratic Governor and a Republican majority in the State Legislature, it should come as no surprise that little was accomplished yesterday when READ

Threats to Our Religious Liberty (Part 2)

In the slew of religious freedom cases that have happened in recent years, many of us have found ourselves praying for courts to side READ

Yes! Talk About Religion and Politics (POV)

When it comes to getting along with others, many of us have bought into the old adage: “Never talk about religion or politics.”  Well, READ

Threats to Our Religious Liberty (Part 1)

We have seen numerous state and national court cases in recent years addressing our religious liberties. From adoption agencies to public monuments to medical READ
Daniel Darling discusses new book The Dignity Revolution: Reclaiming God’s Rich Vision for Humanity and the importance of faith in public policy

The Characters of Christmas

While the Christmas story is one we all know very well, it may seem difficult to connect this 2,000-year-old story to our modern culture. READ

Healthy Marriage Habits

Most of us can agree that marriage is good, but just because it is good does not mean it is easy. Some of the READ

Getting Work Right

In an American culture focused so heavily on achievement and getting things done, most of us understand the value of hard work, and would READ

The Blessings of Sufferings (Part 2)

Kelvin Cochran grew up in a shotgun house in Shreveport, Louisiana. Raised by a single mother, his family of seven all shared one room READ

The Blessings of Sufferings (Part 1)

After an illustrious thirty-four year career in fire service, Atlanta Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran was terminated from his position, after it was discovered that READ

The Primal Scream For Identity

After the sexual revolution, our culture has found it harder to construct our identity, as people don’t feel firmly rooted in the more traditional READ

Truth Through Faith and Reason

One of the unique features of Western Civilization is the integration of faith and reason, and how both are about the search for truth. READ

For The Sake of Our Children (Part 3)

A quick search online can yield headlines such as “5-year-old transgender child,” or even “3-year-old transgender child.” These are children who have begun at READ

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