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Since 1999, our 15-minute weekly radio program, Family Policy Matters features interviews with nationally recognized experts on a wide range of family policy issues. Family Policy Matters airs each week on the following radio stations across North Carolina and can also be streamed on the NC Family website by clicking on the titles below.

Belmont/Charlotte–WCGC 1270 AM, Sun., 11:45 AM
Bennett/Asheboro–WYTR 88.1 FM, Sat., 2:00 PM
Charlotte/Gastonia-WCRU 960 AM/105.7 FM, Sat., 6:00 AM
Charlotte/Harrisburg–WOGR 1540 AM/ 88.3 FM, Sat., 3:45 PM
Durham-WDRU 105.5 FM, Sat., 6:00 AM
Fayetteville–WCLN 105.7/107.3 FM, Sat., 7:00 AM
Greensboro/Winston Salem–WTRU 830 AM/97.7 FM, Sat., 6:00 AM
Newland–WECR 1130 AM, Sat., 9:06 AM
Raleigh/Durham-WETC 540 AM, Sat., 11:00 AM

Raleigh–WDRU 1030 AM/105.7 FM, Sat., 6:30 AM
Rocky Mount–WLQC 103.1 FM, Sun., 11:00 PM
Salisbury–WOGR 93.3 FM, Sat., 3:45 PM
Sanford–WLHC 103.1 FM, Sun., 11:00 PM
Taylorsville-WACB 860 AM; Wed., 5:00 PM
Troy-WJRM 1390 AM; Sun., 8:15 AM
Wake Forest-EPIC 103.5 FM; Sat., 1:00 PM
Wilmington–WZDG 88.5 FM, Sun., 5:30 AM & 6 PM
Winston-Salem/Piedmont Triad Area–WPIP 880 AM, Sun., 5:00 PM.

Greater Threats on the Horizon (Part 2)

Former Director of the Office for Civil Rights in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Roger Severino spoke at NC Family’s Charlotte READ MORE

Greater Threats on the Horizon (Part 1)

Former Director of the Office for Civil Rights in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Roger Severino spoke at NC Family’s Charlotte READ MORE

Breaking Down Congress’s Budget-Busting Bills

As Governor Roy Cooper signs the state budget into law this week, two federal spending bills have been making their way through Congress, and READ MORE

Fighting Indoctrination in Public Schools

As many parents have gotten an up-close look at their children’s school curriculum thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, they have been shocked to see READ MORE

Awake, Not Woke (Part 2)

While the “woke” movement claims to be putting an end to discrimination and oppression, the truth is actually the opposite. The woke agenda often READ MORE

Awake, Not Woke (Part 1)

The phrase “being woke” has become synonymous with radical progressive ideologies including transgender activism, Critical Race Theory, and often neo-Marxist policies. Those not viewed READ MORE

How to Pass Down Your Faith to Your Children

Any Christian parent has likely experienced some amount of anxiety or worry about passing down their faith to their children. This difficult task is READ MORE

Working-Class Americans & Family Policy

The Institute for Family Studies (IFS) recently released a report entitled “Working-Class Americans’ Views on Family Policy.” The report drew its results from a READ MORE

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 MORE

The Goodness of Limits

In our fast-paced culture, we can often view life’s limitations as barriers that we must try to fight through. But as Christians, we often READ MORE

The Life and Legacy of Senator James Forrester

In 2012, 61 percent of North Carolina voters voted to add the definition of marriage as the union of one man and one woman READ MORE

Smart Approaches to Marijuana

North Carolina’s SB 711–NC Compassionate Care Act, would legalize marijuana for “medical” use. This bill currently resides in the Senate Rules Committee, having already READ MORE

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 MORE

On the Edge of a Gambling Boom

Our state and nation are on the precipice of the biggest gambling expansion in history. NC Family has been sending out numerous alerts in READ MORE

COVID-19 and a Baby Boomlet?

Before the COVID-19 pandemic began, birthrates in America had been steadily falling since the 2007-2008 Great Recession. During 2020, as most of us stayed READ MORE