Religious Freedom

Why So Many Governors and Other Local Officials are Violating Religious Liberty

Whoever said, “Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty,” was certainly correct. Especially in times of crisis. For instance, it took a lawsuit to READ

The Silver Lining of Working from Home

Those of us who remain employed during this pandemic may be inding ourselves working from home more than we have ever before. Before COVID-19, READ

National Day of Prayer Still On During Pandemic

The annual National Day of Prayer occurs tomorrow, Thursday, May 7, as people across America are invited to pray for our nation and the READ

Idaho’s Fight For Women

Fights for women’s rights in the face of the transgender movement are becoming more and more common in our nation. From athletic fields to READ

Virtual Protection Amidst Virtual Connection

As we all attempt to stay virtually connected to friends, family, and loved ones during the COVID-19 pandemic, we find ourselves online far more READ

Political and Lonely

Even before COVID-19 and social distancing consumed our nation, we were reading headlines about the “loneliness epidemic” as loneliness and depression seemed to be READ

U.S. Attorney General Seeks to Defend Religious Freedom Amidst Pandemic

As citizens across our nation strive to obey the rule of law imposing social distancing and other measures during the COVID-19 pandemic, many have READ

Evangelical Charity Gets Villain’s Welcome in NYC – FRC

This article originally appeared in Family Research Council’s “Washington Update” on April 14, 2020. All credit is given to FRC and Tony Perkins for READ

Discernment in the Age of Instant News

With the technological boom we have seen in just the past few years, we find ourselves in an age where a seemingly endless amount READ

Detangling the Porn Industry’s Dark Web

Extensive research into the public health harms of pornography use has found that it can be linked to child sexual abuse, violence against women, READ

Spiritual But Not Religious?

Many of us have heard someone say they are “spiritual, but not religious.” This has become a popular identification for people in today’s culture READ

The Fight to Defeat the “Contraceptive Mandate”

Hobby Lobby and the Little Sisters of the Poor won U.S. Supreme Court cases in recent years after they challenged—on religious and moral grounds—the READ

Reversing the “Seamless Garment”

Pro-lifers are often accused of only caring about the abortion issue and not about issues that impact the lives of these babies and mothers READ

A Super Tuesday in North Carolina

North Carolinians went out to vote last Tuesday in the 2020 primary election, dubbed “Super Tuesday” because so many states and delegates are up READ

2020 Greenville Dinner with Chief Kelvin Cochran

NC Family’s 2020 Annual Major Speakers Dinner in Greenville, NC on Monday, March 2, 2020 featured former Atlanta Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran. Chief Cochran spoke READ

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