Health & Sexuality

Political and Lonely

** This show originally aired in April 2020 ** Even before COVID-19 and social distancing consumed our nation, we were reading headlines about the READ

NCGA Summer: Bills to Watch

The North Carolina General Assembly was back in session today, after taking last week off for the July 4th holiday. As state lawmakers resume READ

Teachers vs. Gender Ideology

Like students, teachers are not required to check their faith at the classroom door, but that has not stopped certain schools from trying to READ

North Carolina’s Fight Against Human Trafficking

** This show deals with mature subject matter that may be inappropriate for young children ** The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department, in coordination with the FBI, recently READ

Fighting the Sexualization of Children

** This show originally aired in June 2020 ** Instruction in middle and high school on human anatomy, development, and sexuality has been occurring READ

ALERT: Calling All NC Attorneys — The Time to Act is NOW! By NC Family Staff June 18, 2021

The North Carolina State Bar is considering an amendment to the Preamble of the North Carolina Rules of Professional Conduct for attorneys that is READ

Protect Your Profession

It can be difficult for many Christian professionals to live out their faith in the workplace, and unfortunately, many of them are leaving their READ

Which Streaming Service is Right for Your Family?

Streaming services like Netflix and Hulu have been around for a while now, but in the past couple of years, the streaming market has READ
Denise Harle discusses Title IX and Transgender

Defending Life and Liberty in NC

North Carolina has many strong protections for unborn babies and pregnant mothers, including a 72-hour waiting period for women seeking abortion and that an READ

HHS Redefines “Sex” to Include “Sexual Orientation” & “Gender Identity”

The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Bostock v. Clayton County Georgia last year redefined the word “sex” in federal employment law, saying that discrimination on the READ

Connecticut District Court Dismisses Plea to Protect Girls-Only Sports

Yesterday, The U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut dismissed a case brought by four female high school athletes challenging the Connecticut Interscholastic READ

FDA Approves Chemical Abortions Via Telemedicine

For almost a decade, North Carolina has had a law in place to regulate the prescribing of the so-called “abortion pill,” because at-home abortions READ

“Save Women’s Sports Act” Gets Hearing in NC House Committee

North Carolina’s Save Women’s Sports Act came before the NC House Judiciary 1 Committee today for discussion, but no votes were taken on the READ
Tyson Langhofer discusses freedom of speech

SCOTUS Upholds First Amendment Rights

When a person’s First Amendment freedoms are suppressed or taken away, they have been deprived of their most core, fundamental American rights. While monetary READ

Bill Seeks to Protect Minors from Dangerous, Irreversible Drugs and Procedures

On the same day that state legislators in Arkansas overrode Governor Asa Hutchinson’s veto of a bill designed to protect children from life-altering drugs READ

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