Government

Remembering Congressman Walter B. Jones, Jr.

Rep. Walter B. Jones, Jr., a 13-term U.S. Congressman representing Eastern North Carolina’s 3rd Congressional District, passed away Sunday on his 76th birthday. I will always READ

NC Board of Elections Back In Business

After over a month without one, North Carolina finally has an active State Board of Elections. The new Board held its first meeting, made public READ
Russell Moore discusses Christians, racism, and family

The Cross and the Storm-Tossed Family

Dr. Russell Moore, President of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southeastern Baptist Convention, and the author of Christianity Today’s 2019 Book READ
Skip Stam talks about pro-life politics and the legislative session

Expert Insight Into NC’s Upcoming Legislative Session

This week on Family Policy Matters, NC Family is pleased to bring you a special look into one of our Cornerstone Community calls. Our READ

Why NC is Impacted by California Judge’s Action on Obamacare Contraceptive Mandate

This past Monday, a pro-life friend of mine, who happens to be a very skilled physician, asked me how North Carolina got tangled up READ
Frank Moncher discusses assisted suicide

Faith Amidst Suffering

Dr. Frank Moncher, a clinical psychologist and consultant for the Diocese of Arlington, VA and Catholic Charities USA, speaks to the struggles many adults READ

President Trump Proclaims January 16 “Religious Freedom Day”

President Donald Trump has issued a proclamation recognizing today, January 16, 2019 as “Religious Freedom Day” in America. Inspired by Virginia’s Statute for Religious READ

Rowan County Prayer Case Ends, But Major Legal Questions Remain

Rowan County, North Carolina has agreed to pay $285,000 after losing a five-year court battle over the legality of prayers offered by County Commissioners READ

One Week In and Still No Representation for NC’s 9th District

The 116th Congress of the United States has been in session for one week, but the constituents of North Carolina’s 9th Congressional District still have no READ

State Lawmakers to Meet in Raleigh Next Wednesday

Members of the North Carolina House and Senate will meet in Raleigh next Wednesday at noon to kick off the two-year 2019-2020 Legislative Biennium. READ
Bruce Ashford discusses the Christian faith and public life, church and state

Religion Is Not Like A Coat, Part 2

Dr. Bruce Ashford, a provost and professor of theology and culture at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, discusses the relationship between Church and state, and READ
Bruce Ashford discusses the Christian faith and public life, church and state

Religion Is Not Like A Coat, Part 1

Dr. Bruce Ashford, a provost and professor of theology and culture at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, discusses the relationship between Church and state, and READ
Mitch Kokai discusses North Carolina's new amendments

North Carolina’s Four New Constitutional Amendments

Mitch Kokai, a senior political analyst at the John Locke Foundation, one of North Carolina’s preeminent conservative research organizations and public policy think tanks READ

POV: In Defense of Millennials

Everywhere we go, people ask my college professor husband, “What’s up with young people these days?” They think he has a unique perspective on READ
Wesley Smith discusses assisted suicide and bioethics

Canada’s New Culture of Death

Wesley Smith, an author and a senior fellow at the Discovery Institute’s Center on Human Exceptionalism, discusses bioethics, particularly related to end of life READ

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