Education: radio

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
Jason Yates discusses how Christians can thank, pray, and vote

Equipping Christians to Think, Pray and Vote

Jason Yates, CEO of My Faith Votes, a non-partisan movement of the church in America that seeks to motivate and equip Christians to vote, READ
Jeremy Burton talks about the Museum of the Bible

An Invitation To Engage With The History, Impact, and Narrative Of The Bible

Jeremy Burton, Director of Communications at the Museum of the Bible, discusses the background story, mission, and amenities of the new Museum of the READ
The Communication Guys discusses how to communicate tough issues

Proclamation And Persuasion: Learning To Communicate In Polarized Times

Dr. Tom Barrett and Tim Downs, the hosts of the weekly podcast “The Communications Guys,” discuss how to effectively communicate on tough issues during READ

Valuable Insights On Today’s Hot Button Cultural Topics

Nancy Pearcey, a renowned Christian apologist and professor in residence at Houston Baptist University discusses her valuable insights into some of today’s biggest hot READ
Russell Moore discusses Christians, racism, and family

Bearing Each Other’s Burdens: Addressing Racism As Christians

Dr. Russell Moore, President of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, the public policy arm of the Southern Baptist Convention discusses racism, and the READ
Darrell Allison discusses education savings accounts (ESAs) and school choice

North Carolina A National Leader In School Choice

Darrell Allison, president of Parents for Education Freedom in North Carolina (PEFNC), a statewide organization that seeks and supports greater educational opportunities for parents READ
Erik Stanley discuses the Johnson Amendment and faith

Keeping The Government Out of America’s Pulpits

Erik Stanley, senior counsel and director of the Center for Christian Ministries for the Alliance Defending Freedom, discusses the Johnson Amendment and how it 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
Damon Owens discusses being created in the likeness of God and theology

Proclaiming the Joy of Being Made in the Image and Likeness of God

Damon Owens, founder and Executive Director of joytob, a teaching ministry discusses the interwoven nature of a theology of family, theology of love, and READ
Peter Sprigg discusses the transgender movement and parental rights

A Disturbing Proposal Concerning Parental Rights

Peter Sprigg, Senior Fellow for Policy Studies at Family Research Council in Washington, D.C, discusses a disturbing proposed regulation in Delaware that would allow READ
Rob Schwarzwälder discusses adoption and pro-life ethic

Putting Pro-Life Belief Into Action Through Adoption

Rob Schwarzwalder, Senior Lecturer at Regent University and former Senior Vice-President at the Family Research Council in Washington, D.C., discusses how adoption intersects with READ
Tom Brejcha discusses religious free speech and Christmas nativity

Legalities of Religious Expression during the Christmas Season

Tom Brejcha, President and Chief Counsel of the Thomas More Society, discusses the conflicting and confusing information about the legalities of religious expression during READ
Bradley Birzer discusses the origins of thanksgiving

The Origins and Importance of Thanksgiving

Dr. Bradley Birzer, a Professor of History and the Russell Amos Kirk Chair in American Studies at Hillsdale College, co-founder of The Imaginative Conservative, READ

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