Marriage & Parenting: radio

Creating a Healthy Culture For Our Kids

Raising children in the current cultural environment can be a daunting prospect. Music, television, social media – all of it impacts our kids (and READ

Getting Work Right (Re-Air)

This show originally aired in December 2019 In an American culture focused so heavily on achievement and getting things done, most of us understand READ

Correcting the Boy Crisis

American society and culture have been working to rectify some inequities in our culture concerning women and girls, including establishing Title IX in athletics READ

Safe Children in the Digital Age

One of the many concerns for parents in our culture is the prominence of technology, and the risk it poses to their children’s health, READ
Brad Wilcox discusses the success sequence

Younger Marriage = Less Divorce?

Over the past decade or two, there has been a sharp increase in young couples cohabitating prior to marriage, or even cohabitating in lieu READ

The Dangerous Drop in U.S. Births

The birth rate in the United States has now dropped beneath replacement rate, meaning more Americans are dying than are being born. This drop READ

NCGA Recap: Gambling, Marijuana, and More

The North Carolina legislature’s “short session” came to a close earlier this month after passing a $27.9 billion state budget. But perhaps more significant READ

Top 4 Most Contested Truths in America (Part 2)

For NC Family’s Raleigh Dinner on May 10, 2022, we welcomed renowned author and president of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, Dr. Ryan READ

Top 4 Most Contested Truths in America (Part 1)

For NC Family’s Raleigh Dinner on May 10, 2022, we welcomed renowned author and president of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, Dr. Ryan READ

The Constitutional Right to Parent

What exactly does the law say about parental rights, and how far do they extend? These are important questions to answer, as more and READ

Addicted to Screens

It’s no surprise that we saw a sharp increase in screen time consumption across all ages over the past two years. Working from home READ

The Fight for Parental Rights

Over the past two years, one of the few positives to come out of school shutdowns and a massive rise in schooling from home READ
Mike Long discusses non-traditional school options and freedom to choose

The Past and Future of School Choice

North Carolina has seen numerous gains in regards to school choice over the past two years. Though we hear a lot about the impact READ

Gen Z, COVID, & Mental Health

One year ago, NC Family released our Winter 2021 edition of Family North Carolina magazine, with a featured article on mental health, the church, READ

5 Ways to Make America More Family Friendly

Here at NC Family, we are dedicated to serving families and advocating for pro-family policy. But there are often conflicting opinions on just what READ

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