Health & Sexuality

Cristina Barba discusses the work of the Culture Project International

Drawing Young People Out Of A Culture Of Isolationism

Cristina Barba, Founder and President of The Culture Project International, which seeks to restore culture through the experience of virtue. Christina, who has had READ

A New Kind Of Adoption

There’s a new sort of adoption gaining ground. And it warrants some close scrutiny. I’ve written recently about In Vitro Fertilization (IVF), and why adoption 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
Leila Miller discusses the effects of divorce on children and moral challenges

Helping Parents Shepherd Children Through Moral Challenges

Leila Miller, co-author of the new book Made This Way: How to Prepare Kids to Face Today’s Tough Moral Issues, discusses her new book READ

New York Times Article Highlights Extreme Media Bias

It goes unsaid these days that a heightened level of bias exists in the mainstream media—whether from the right or the left—but an article READ
Jake Sipe, John Rustin, and Jere Royall discuss the election and voter guide

An Impartial, Nonpartisan Look At North Carolina Candidates

NC Family President John L. Rustin speaks with Jere Royall and Jake Sipe, members of the NC Family staff. They discuss the importance of READ
Fall FNC 2018

AT ISSUE: Casting Off Precious Jewels

I’ve had the pleasure of working as a communications consultant with various amazing non-profits over my professional life. One of the biggest hurdles I READ
Greg Murphy discusses opioid epedemic

The Next Chapter In NC’s Fight Against The Opioid Crisis

Dr. Greg Murphy, a State Representative, physician, and surgeon from Greenville, N.C., talks about the opioid epidemic and what the North Carolina General Assembly READ
Katy Faust discusses giving children a voice

Giving Children A Voice In Family Structure Debate

Katy Faust, founder and director of Them Before Us, an organization devoted to giving children a voice in the debate over family structure discusses READ

Transforming Darkness Into Opportunity

Can you think of anything more obvious in darkness than light? While camping recently with my family on a peninsula overlooking Watauga Lake at READ

Indiana Law Strengthens Sex Education Parental Permission Requirements

Indiana parents will now receive two written opportunities to either consent or decline before their children receive sex education instruction in school districts, now READ
Catherine Sample discusses the dating scene in America

The Dating Deficit And The Decline of Courtship Culture

Catherine Fowler Sample, writer and producer of the award-winning film “The Dating Project.” The film is a new documentary that follows five modern-day singles, READ

The Human Rights Campaign releases deceptive evangelical resource

Last week, the Human Rights Campaign—arguably the nation’s most influential LGBT organization—announced a new initiative aimed at persuading evangelicals to understand that there is READ
Susanne Berger discusses Neighbor Health Care Center

Serving Christ Through Compassionate And Accessible Healthcare

Susanne Berger, the Board Chair of Neighbor Health Center, a new faith-based health center that seeks to serve Christ by providing primary care to READ

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