The United Way of the Cape Fear Area is taking a village approach in one of its homelessness prevention programs, Circles of Support.
Of the more than 220 student organizations on the UNCW campus, 16 are registered as religious.
Amanda Greene talks with Bob Workmon about her Faith and Values series.
In 2009, Time Warner Cable made a business decision to shut down Wilmington’s public access channel, which mainly broadcast programming from area churches.
It’s the nondenominational, Muslim and Mormon communities that have seen the most growth in the Cape Fear region in the last decade.
For the second part of our series on marriage leading up to the constitutional amendment vote on Tuesday, Amanda Greene of Wilmington Faith and Values tells the love story of Kure Beach residents Mario and Judi Paparozzi.
In North Carolina’s debate about Amendment One, set for a vote on May 8, marriage has become an abstract concept – either defined as a civil right or a gift from God or both.
Ephesus Junior Academy closed at the end of 2010 with just FOUR students on its rolls – when the minimum requirement was twelve students.
Faith-based advocacy groups are mobilizing statewide campaigns on both sides of the debate surrounding a marriage amendment that will appear on the May 8th primary ballot.
Brunswick County has its first homeless shelter network, thanks to a growing group of churches that have banded together in the area.