Religious Freedom

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
Jason Thacker discusses artificial intelligence

Artificial Intelligence: For Good Or Evil

 Jason Thacker, Creative Director at the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, discusses Artificial Intelligence, or AI. Thacker explains the benefits and dangers stemming READ

Washington State Renews Attack on Barronelle Stutzman

The Washington Supreme Court yesterday refused to reconsider it’s ruling against floral artist Barronelle Stutzman in spite of the U.S. Supreme Court’s Masterpiece Cakeshop READ
Life is Cherished

PERSPECTIVE: Life Is Cherished

“A state and nation where God is honored, religious freedom flourishes, families thrive and LIFE IS CHERISHED!” Dear Friends, North Carolina is a great READ
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AT ISSUE: Crouching At The Door

The image of New York State legislators and Governor Andrew Cuomo laughing and wildly applauding after signing a law that legalizes abortion up until READ
Depolarizing America The art of talking across the aisle

Depolarizing America: The art of talking across the aisle

Imagine this: two political rivals sharing breakfast and conversation together with the goal of listening and understanding rather than debating or convincing. That’s exactly READ
A Child-Centric Approach to Public Policy

A Child-Centric Approach to Public Policy

Have you ever been accused of bigotry for your support of traditional marriage?  Yeah, me too.  In fact it was that very accusation in READ

The National Day of Prayer is Today, May 2!

Today is the National Day of Prayer. Observed every year since 1952, the mission is to “mobilize unified public prayer in America.” While there READ
Adam Carrington discusses the Constitution and changes.

The Dangers of Breaking From Our Constitution

 Dr. Adam Carrington, assistant professor of politics at Hillsdale College’s Graduate School of Statesmanship, unpacks the recent trend of states passing legislation to READ
Abby Johnson discusses Unplanned

The Woman Who Inspired “Unplanned”

 Abby Johnson, the former Planned Parenthood Clinic Director whose story of transformation and redemption is featured on screen in the film Unplanned, now READ

LGBT Activists Seek A Myriad Of Changes To NC Law

Several “LGBT rights” bills were introduced in the NC General Assembly this week, as LGBT activists are attempting to change state law on three READ
Alexandra McPhee discuses religious tests

No Clause For Religious Tests

 Alexandra McPhee, attorney and Director of Religious Freedom Advocacy for Family Research Council. McPhee discusses her recent publication, “Rebels Without a Clause: When READ
John Stonestreet discusses Christians and the current culture

What Are We Saved For? (Part 2)

Part 2 of a speech delivered by John Stonestreet at our Major Speakers Dinner in Greenville. John Stonestreet, president of The Colson Center for READ
John Stonestreet discusses Christians and the current culture

What Are We Saved For? (Part 1)

Part 1 of a speech delivered by John Stonestreet at our Major Speakers Dinner in Greenville. John Stonestreet, President of The Colson Center for READ
Crystalina Evert talks about abuse and healing

Breaking Down and Building Up: Healing From Abuse

Crystalina Evert, founder of Women Made New Ministries and co-founder of Chastity Project. Pulling from her own personal experience, Evert speaks on the trauma READ

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