Education: radio

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

For The Sake of Our Children (Part 2)

As we daily fight for traditional family values, we recognize that the work we do is for our children, for the next generation. We READ

For The Sake of Our Children (Part 1)

What do we mean when we say we are for family values? What do we mean when we say we are for traditional values? READ
Lee Strobel discusses the case for Christ

The Man Behind The Case For Christ (Part 2)

As Christians, we are called to share our faith with others, to be salt and light in the world. But sometimes that task feels READ
Lee Strobel discusses the case for Christ

The Man Behind The Case For Christ (Part 1)

After his wife became a Christian, talented journalist and atheist Lee Strobel took on an enormous two-year-long project: to use his journalistic and legal READ
RJ Snell discusses what it means to be human and have a soul

Machines vs. Souls

What does it mean to be a human being, especially one with faith in Jesus Christ? How we answer this question greatly impacts our READ
Allan Josephson discusses freedom of speech

Profess At Your Own Risk

Dr. Allan Josephson, a former professor from the University of Louisville, who was removed from the university for his comments on gender dysphoria is READ
Mike Long discusses non-traditional school options and freedom to choose

Fighting For The Freedom To Choose

Mike Long, President of Parents for Educational Freedom in North Carolina, shares why 20% of North Carolina families are exploring non-traditional schooling options, and READ
Linda Nelson discusses independent and private schools

The Inside Scoop on Independent Schools

Linda Nelson, a veteran educator and Executive Director of the North Carolina Association of Independent Schools (NCAIS), describes the diverse makeup of independent schools READ
Matthew McDill discusses homeschool in North Carolina

How To Homeschool In North Carolina

Dr. Matthew McDill, a homeschooling dad and Executive Director of North Carolinians for Home Education, discusses the most common characteristics of homeschool families in READ
Rhonda Dillingham discusses charter schools

Refuting The Myths About Public Charter Schools

Rhonda Dillingham, a veteran educator and Executive Director of the North Carolina Association for Public Charter Schools, discusses the history of public charter schools, READ
JP De Gance discusses marriage, divorce and communio

The Game Plan For Fighting Divorce (Part 2)

JP De Gance, Founder and President of Communio, an organization that works to equip communities and churches to strengthen marriages, families, and faith continues READ
JP De Gance discusses marriage, divorce and communio

The Game Plan For Fighting Divorce (Part 1)

J.P. De Gance, Founder and President of Communio, an organization that works to equip communities and churches to strengthen marriages, families, and faith speaks READ
Denise Harle discusses Title IX and Transgender

Transgender Vs. Title IX

This week on Family Policy Matters, NC Family Communications Director Traci DeVette Griggs sits down with Denise Harle, legal counsel for Alliance Defending Freedom. Harle READ
Daniel Darling discusses new book The Dignity Revolution: Reclaiming God’s Rich Vision for Humanity and the importance of faith in public policy

Opting Out Is Not An Option: Part 2

Dan Darling, a pastor and Vice President of Communications for the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, continues his conversation READ

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