Friday, February 1, we’re joined by author, speaker, activist and pastor Brian McLaren, who’s kicking off his 2008 “Everything Must Change” tour in Charlotte this week. His tour targets people who don’t feel comfortable in a traditional church, have doubts and questions about God and Jesus, and those who’ve questioned their faith.
Will you be attending “Everything Must Change”? Have you seen Brian McLaren before? Or read one of his books? Share your thoughts on this topic in our comments.
Thursday, January 31, we take a look at ourselves and explain to listeners how we make programming, news coverage and editorial decisions here at WFAE. What questions or comments do you have about this station? Please share them in the comment field.
Tuesday, January 29, we talk with members of the North Carolina 21st Century Transportation Committee. As part of an information gathering process, the group was in Charlotte January 16, to hear from city and county officials about the state of local roads. What do you think the committee should know about area roads?
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Monday, January 28, we explore how local government works in this occasional series. We start with a look at city council. What are your questions about the workings of a city council? Let us know in the comment field.