Religious Freedom: radio

Afghanistan & Religious Liberty

According to the international mission organization Open Doors, Afghanistan has for years been the second most dangerous place to be a Christian, falling just READ

Stop Removing Parents from the Equation

Many Americans have heard about or in some cases even felt the growing assault on parental rights in recent years. Decisions that have for READ

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

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

Do You Actually Have a Biblical Worldview?

The majority of American Christians would likely say that they have a biblical worldview, but many do not know what a biblical worldview actually 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

Religious Liberty for All

Religious freedom is often described as the “First Freedom,” as it is the first freedom listed in the First Amendment to our nation’s constitution. 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

The Modern Genocide of the Uyghur People

Note: This radio show deals with mature subject matter that may not be appropriate for young children. Many of us may think that genocide READ
Russell Moore discusses Christians, racism, and family

Courage to Stand

Despite our love of God and our faith in His sovereign will, Christians are no strangers to anxiety, worry, and fear. Most of us READ
Denise Harle discusses Title IX and Transgender

What is the U.S. Supreme Court?

Last fall, our nation’s highest court welcomed a new justice in Amy Coney Barret, who took the seat vacated by the late Justice Ruth READ

NC Public Policy & 2021

On Wednesday, January 27, 2021, North Carolina lawmakers reconvened to begin the 2021-22 Legislative Session in earnest. The General Assembly’s major focus in the READ

Defending Human Rights in Technology

In many nations around the world, we have seen the growth of technology bring with it increased attacks on human rights and human dignity. READ

Thanksgiving: The Heart of America

Tomorrow, our nation will celebrate the holiday of Thanksgiving, though for many this will be a very different Thanksgiving than in years past. 2020 READ
Bruce Ashford discusses the Christian faith and public life, church and state

Christianity: Our First Team

As we are all aware, our nation is in the midst of division, turmoil, and uncertainty in the light of the recent election. With READ

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