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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., 10:00 PM
Salisbury–WOGR 93.3 FM, Sat., 3:45 PM
Sanford–WLHC 103.1 FM, Sun., 10:00 PM
Taylorsville-WACB 860 AM; Wed., 5:00 PM
Troy-WJRM 1390 AM; Sun., 8:15 AM
Wake Forest-WFNE 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.

Creating a Healthy Culture For Our Kids

Raising children in the current cultural environment can be a daunting prospect. Music, television, social media – all of it impacts our kids (and READ MORE

Pandemic Migrations Bring New Neighbors

The last few years have brought many changes, one of which is the new migration trend being seen across the country. People are relocating READ MORE

Getting Work Right (Re-Air)

This show originally aired in December 2019 In an American culture focused so heavily on achievement and getting things done, most of us understand READ MORE

Correcting the Boy Crisis

American society and culture have been working to rectify some inequities in our culture concerning women and girls, including establishing Title IX in athletics READ MORE

NC Elections Cases at SCOTUS

The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) has agreed to take up important North Carolina cases that could have far-reaching implications, not just READ MORE

Safe Children in the Digital Age

One of the many concerns for parents in our culture is the prominence of technology, and the risk it poses to their children’s health, READ MORE
Brad Wilcox discusses the success sequence

Younger Marriage = Less Divorce?

Over the past decade or two, there has been a sharp increase in young couples cohabitating prior to marriage, or even cohabitating in lieu READ MORE

SCOTUS Defends Fundamental Rights

While we continue to celebrate the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, which overturned Roe v. Wade, we should READ MORE

The Dangerous Drop in U.S. Births

The birth rate in the United States has now dropped beneath replacement rate, meaning more Americans are dying than are being born. This drop READ MORE

North Carolina After Roe

In the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade, many North Carolinians have been asking, “What does this mean for READ MORE

NCGA Recap: Gambling, Marijuana, and More

The North Carolina legislature’s “short session” came to a close earlier this month after passing a $27.9 billion state budget. But perhaps more significant READ MORE

Where Are the Leaders?

In the face of heated division within both in our political and ecclesial spheres, Americans need good leadership. But what does it mean to READ MORE

The Medical Marijuana Myth

Attempts to legalize marijuana for “medical” use in North Carolina have made large gains this year, with SB 711–NC Compassionate Care Act passing the READ MORE

How Abortion Solves Nothing

As the pro-life movement plans for a nation no longer bound by Roe v. Wade, and the fight for life moves to the state READ MORE

Pandemic Learning Losses (Part 2)

Two recent reports from the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (DPI) provided hard data on the severity of student learning losses in public READ MORE