Religious Freedom: magazine

the demise of heroes

The Demise of Heroes

A well-publicized survey of 1,200 junior high students revealed a disturbing fact: today’s kids do not have heroes. When asked “Who is your hero?,” a 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

PERSPECTIVE: Modern-Day Heroes

We—NC Family and you—are part of an incredibly vibrant and powerful national alliance made up of 40 state-based Family Policy Councils (FPCs) and a READ
no throwaway people

No Throwaway People

I once read a statement that greatly impacted my life and worldview: “Our greatest strength as a human race is our ability to acknowledge our READ
a heart for children

A Heart For Children: The Foster Care Crisis

My husband and I are foster parents, with the goal of adopting. When we began the process 18 months ago, we’d been married a READ
Saving Babies Pro-life Strategy In North Carolina

Saving Babies: Pro-life Strategy In North Carolina

Whenever NC Family writes a story about laws or regulations that will decrease the number of abortions in our state, we often receive comments READ
Making The Younger Years Count For The Kingdom

Making The Younger Years Count For The Kingdom

I have always heard that only 30 percent of kids brought up in the church will remain steadfast in the faith as adults. In READ
Perspective in the Midst of Political Storms

PERSPECTIVE: Perspective in the Midst of Political Storms

I think it’s safe to say that many of us are deeply troubled by the growing sense of turmoil, division and strife we see READ
Star Spangled Banner

PERSPECTIVE: The Star Spangled Banner

With all the controversy surrounding professional athletes and other prominent figures sitting, kneeling, or choosing to remain absent during the playing of our national READ
Physician Assisted Suicide: Doctor's right to kill

A Doctor’s Right To Kill: Duke Physician Resists The Cultural Shift on Assisted Suicide

When I entered the auditorium at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University one evening this past spring, I was amazed at the READ

Religious Liberty: A Different Compass

Imagine two brothers have been dropped together into the middle of a forest, each with the same map and the shared goal of getting READ
Perspective and Context

AT ISSUE: Perspective & Context

1.  In 1861, a fellow Republican said of then president Abraham Lincoln that he “is universally an admitted failure, has no will, no courage, READ

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