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Jessica Burke discusses learning to know God and growing faith in education

Learning To Know God

 Jessica Burke, a former educator and writer for the Leadership Council of the ERLC, discusses the importance of faith in a child’s education, READ
Mike Lindell discusses drug addiction (addict), recovery, and faith

From Addict to Advocate (Part 2)

 Mike Lindell, inventor of MyPillow and founder of the Lindell Recovery Network, speaks about the role his faith has played not only in READ

Candidates Set for General Election in NC’s Third and Ninth Congressional Districts

State Rep. Greg Murphy (R-Pitt) defeated Dr. Joan Perry yesterday in a GOP run-off primary for North Carolina’s Third Congressional District seat. Murphy won READ

Second GOP Primary for NC’s Third Congressional District Takes Place Tomorrow, July 9

The second Primary to select the Republican nominee in the Special Election for North Carolina’s Third Congressional District will take place tomorrow, July 9. READ
Mike Lindell discusses drug addiction (addict), recovery, and faith

From Addict to Advocate (Part 1)

 Mike Lindell, inventor of MyPillow and founder of the Lindell Recovery Network sits down with NC Family President John L. Rustin to discuss READ

Governor Cooper Vetoes 2019-20 Budget As New Fiscal Year Begins

A new fiscal year for North Carolina began on July 1, but our state government leaders have yet to agree on a budget for READ

Divorce is Down…and Up

The overall divorce rate in the U.S. has fallen over the past 25 years and younger adults are the reason why. Stats compiled by READ
Leila Miller discusses the effects of divorce on children and moral challenges

Divorce’s Echo

 Leila Miller speaks about her book, Primal Loss: The Now-Adult Children of Divorce Speak. Miller talks about some of the stories and trends READ

U.S. Supreme Court Won’t Force NC To Redraw Congressional District Lines

In a stinging defeat for NC Democrats, the U.S. Supreme Court vacated a decision by a federal District Court in North Carolina that would READ

Adult Stem Cell Bill Heads to the Governor

A bill that expands access to experimental drugs and medical procedures is headed to Governor Roy Cooper’s desk for his signature. On Monday, the READ
Mary Beth Waddell discusses the equality act

The Dangerous Inequalities of the “Equality Act”

A bill labeled the Equality Act could go to a vote in the U.S. Senate at any time. The measure, which threatens religious liberty READ

Hemp Provisions Moving Through NC General Assembly

A bill designed to make North Carolina a national leader in hemp production is making its way through the NC General Assembly.The provision is READ
Stutzman and Fiedorek discusses faith and religious liberty

Flowers, Faith, and Religious Freedom

 Religious liberty is a tough concept to grasp. For Americans, it often means figuring out how to balance religious convictions with all of READ

POV: Local Races Matter More Than You Think

Even as we anticipate 2020 and the big role North Carolina will play in national elections, the votes that may have the most impact READ

State House Committee Votes Down Gambling Bill

The Judiciary Committee of the N.C. House rejected a bill on Wednesday that would establish a statewide Gaming Commission and legalize Internet-based Daily Fantasy READ

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