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34 minutes | Jun 1, 2020
Celebrating Our Differences: An Honest Discussion About Race Relations
Jeremy Wright (AsOne Prayer Walk) and Dr. Richard Mark Lee (Village Baptist Church) sit down for a conversation on taking steps forward in repairing race relations in the US. It's an honest discussion addressing perceptions and cultural frames which often drive us to our personal conclusions.
16 minutes | May 18, 2020
A Congressman’s Take on COVID-19
Today's Monday School is a replay of a conversation held between NC Family Policy Council's Traci Griggs and NC Congressman Greg Murphy. To learn more, please visit https://www.ncfamily.org/a-congressmans-take-on-covid-19/ In the ever-changing world of the COVID-19 pandemic, many of us may be struggling to interpret and understand the facts about this virus and how it is impacting our state and nation. A rift has developed between the extremes on this issue, with some politicians and experts disagreeing on how to keep people safe while getting our economy going again. North Carolina Congressman Greg Murphy is a physician and surgeon, and served in the NC House of Representatives from 2015-2019, until he was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives last fall. Congressman Murphy joins Traci DeVette Griggs on this week’s Family Policy Matters radio show and podcast to provide his take, as a doctor and a legislator, on the pandemic and our state and federal responses to it. “Unfortunately, a lot of people have been playing the blame game,” says Congressman Murphy, “which is just in my opinion simply ridiculous and counterproductive. I think the pendulum swung to the extreme because we did not know much about this virus and I believe it was the right thing.” But now, he believes we can start to move back towards a sense of normalcy. “I think there is light at the end of the tunnel. I think there will be a new normal and we as humans and as people will learn to adapt.”
24 minutes | May 11, 2020
Re-Opening The Church: A Conversation with Rev Gary Lewis
After weeks of restrictions in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, churches across the country are in various stages of re-opening. In this episode, we talk with Reverend Gary Lewis, a State Overseer for the Church of God in Georgia, among the first to ease the restrictions on church gatherings.
25 minutes | May 4, 2020
Monday School: The Unfortunate Long Arm of COVID-19 with Dr. Scott Todd
The social and political response to COVID-19 is just as important as the medical response. In this podcast we speak with Sr. Scott Todd,l President of the global child development organization, OneChild. Dr. Todd has a degree in Microbiology, a doctorate in Immunology, and was a medical fellow in Oncology at the Stanford University Medical Center. He has published medical research in the field of Virology and has led public health initiatives for over a decade, including a global HIV/AIDS Initiative.
31 minutes | Apr 27, 2020
Monday School: Lessons in Homeschool with Denise Phillips
As the COVID-19 crisis took hold, families across the US found themselves thrust into a situation that was unfamiliar for many of them: at home learning. For Homeschool parents like Denise Phillips however, the crisis served as more a reminder of lessons learned long ago, some of which may be beneficial to the new wave of "home" schools.
37 minutes | Apr 13, 2020
Musician on the Fence: Roy Stewart
Roy Stewart is a talented man in many ways. He's a Christian and a musician, but not someone you'd call a Christian musician. Listen in on our first meeting and learn more about the balance of faith and profession he lives out every day (and each night).
22 minutes | Apr 9, 2020
BREAKOUT SESSION - Impact Church: Faithful to the Call
The COVID-19 pandemic which has captured our attention as it sweeps through our schools, shutters entire municipalities, and delivers crushing blows to our economy is still no challenge for the Gospel. That truth makes itself evident nowhere more than Impact Church, a community church in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Hear that evidence in this conversation with Pastor Allen.
6 minutes | Feb 24, 2020
Breakout Session - Feb 24 - In The Moment
How often do we go to a concert, a birthday party, or our kids' soccer game and capture every highlight on a phone or camera? And how many moments have we missed experiencing for the sake of a few photos or video that prove we were right there missing the whole thing?
19 minutes | Feb 10, 2020
Monday School 006 - Born Again (The Hard Way)
We've all met people and made the wrong assumption they had a squeaky-clean background. That's exactly what happened when I met Gary Macario. Then I read the book, "Born Again...The Hard Way". It reminded me - and will help you remember - everyone has a story.
29 minutes | Feb 3, 2020
Monday School 005-The New Normal
The things which seem most certain are the things that shake our world when they fail. Good health, relationships, our jobs – they offer us a sense of security and even identity. But when any one of them fails us, even those who follow Christ can find all the others tested. This episode features Jim and Denah Long. Jim is well known in the Fayetteville, North Carolina area for his work in signage and vehicle graphics, and more widely renowned for his longtime association with Fayetteville Motor Speedway. Denah, whom I've only met a couple of times before today, is obviously the sparkle in his eye. They recently walked through a 12-month battle with cancer which found them on their knees as often as their feet.
21 minutes | Jan 27, 2020
Monday School 004 - A Time To Forgive
She took her teenage brother in to give him a better life. After his life was taken in a senseless act of violence, Amanda's own journey to a better life began. The course has taken her down roads strewn with anger, bitterness and resentment, and all along the way she gathered pieces of the faith, hope and love that define her life today.
26 minutes | Jan 20, 2020
Monday School 003 - A Time To Trust
Sometimes we are only a phone call or a bad diagnosis away from discovering how deep the roots of our faith have grown. Listen along as Worship Leader, husband and father, Alan Keen opens up about the story unfolding for his family.
48 minutes | Jan 13, 2020
Monday School 002 - A Time To Love
There are dozens of ways the Gospel positively impacts and shapes our everyday lives. We all need regular reminders of these benefits, and we need God’s power to grasp them more. In this episode we discuss the many ways God calls us - individually and collectively - and learn how far even the smallest amount of love will go...when we share it. Join us for a conversation with Retired Army Non-Commissioned Officer, musician, and Christ-follower Jim Bishop.
9 minutes | Jan 6, 2020
Monday School 001 - A Time To Sing
Dan DeBruler shares about brokenness, losing a child, and a reason to sing in the midst of the worst life can bring your way.
3 minutes | Dec 30, 2019
Monday School 000 - An Introduction
This introductory episode offers a brief look forward into the future of Monday School.
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