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Report: Children On Move Among World's Most Vulnerable
Report: Children On Move Among World's Most Vulnerable

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Almost 50 million children worldwide currently are migrants, refugees or internally displaced persons, a UNICEF report says. They make up less than a third of the population but account for half the world's refugees.

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Teens Volunteer Regularly in Church Projects, Poverty Initiatives
Teens Volunteer Regularly in Church Projects, Poverty Initiatives

By: EthicsDaily Staff
A majority of U.S. teens involved in a local church youth ministry volunteer their time at least several times a year. Local church ministries were the most prevalent form of volunteering chosen by teens.

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Baptist, Muslim Leaders Discuss 9/11's Ongoing Impact
Baptist, Muslim Leaders Discuss 9/11's Ongoing Impact

By: EthicsDaily Staff
As the 15th anniversary of Sept. 11 approaches, Baptist and Muslim leaders believe interfaith engagement offers hope for a better future, even as negative rhetoric heightens tension for U.S. Muslims.

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Samford University to Host Two Events on New Documentary
Samford University to Host Two Events on New Documentary

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Samford University will host two events centered around a new film from EthicsDaily.com on the role of missionaries during genocide. Bill and Audrey Cowley, who are featured in the film, will attend both events.

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Report: Women in Jails Fastest Growing Correctional Population
Report: Women in Jails Fastest Growing Correctional Population

By: EthicsDaily Staff
The female population in jails has increased by nearly 1,300 percent since 1970, growing from fewer than 8,000 women in 1970 to nearly 110,000 in 2014, a report found. That increase has an impact on families.

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South Sudan Uses More Child Soldiers; Hope for Peace Dims
South Sudan Uses More Child Soldiers; Hope for Peace Dims

By: EthicsDaily Staff
More than 50,000 people have died in South Sudan's 3-year-old civil war as both sides increasingly rely on recruiting children to fight. An estimated 16,000 children have been recruited in the conflict.

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Majority of U.S. Teens See Bible Reading as Important
Majority of U.S. Teens See Bible Reading as Important

By: EthicsDaily Staff
A majority of U.S. teens hold the Bible in high regard, read it with some regularity and seek to find guidance for daily living in its pages, says research conducted by Barna Group.

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World Baptist Leaders Meet with Ukraine's President
World Baptist Leaders Meet with Ukraine's President

By: EBF Staff
European Baptist leaders met with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, during which the president signed a decree celebrating the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation in the eastern European nation.

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Author: Work Force Adds to Economic, Social Stability
Author: Work Force Adds to Economic, Social Stability

By: EthicsDaily Staff
John Akhile Sr., author of "Unleashed: A New Paradigm of African Trade with the World," talks about the links between poverty, trade and faith in a new two-part online video interview with EthicsDaily.com.

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Most 'Nones' Leave Religion Due to Lack of Belief
Most 'Nones' Leave Religion Due to Lack of Belief

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Nearly four out of five religious 'nones,' or people who are unaffiliated with an organized religion, grew up in religious homes. And almost half of them left religion due to a lack of belief, a new poll says.

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Catholic Bishops Call Attention to Work, Family Issues
Catholic Bishops Call Attention to Work, Family Issues

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Calling attention to widespread poverty facing middle and rural America, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops issued a Labor Day letter focused on the challenges facing U.S. workers and families.

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Pew: Sermon Quality Tops List for Church Shoppers
Pew: Sermon Quality Tops List for Church Shoppers

By: EthicsDaily Staff
The quality of sermons was a factor in choosing a local church for 83 percent of U.S. adults, a survey revealed. Other leading influences were feeling welcomed by clergy and lay leadership and the style of worship service.

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Faith Groups Aid Flood Victims, Stress Long-Term Recovery
Faith Groups Aid Flood Victims, Stress Long-Term Recovery

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Faith groups are providing immediate aid to Louisiana flood victims while emphasizing the region's long-term recovery. The flood killed 13, damaged 61,000 homes and caused more than 100,000 to seek federal relief.

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Promotion and Practice of Core Values and Ethics Vital
Promotion and Practice of Core Values and Ethics Vital

By: EthicsDaily Staff
How do companies achieve success? When they communicate and demonstrate the importance of their core values and ethics, they are able to attract and retain quality employees, a study says.

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Whether They Flee or Stay, Syrian Families' Outlook Grim
Whether They Flee or Stay, Syrian Families' Outlook Grim

By: Chris Hall
The pressure on families in war-torn Syria is intense. For the many who flee, whether to Lebanon or Italy or other parts of Europe, their prospects are equally grim. How will the Western church help?

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Christian Think Tank: Religion, Well-Being Linked
Christian Think Tank: Religion, Well-Being Linked

By: Kira Taylor
Compiling and comparing nearly 140 academic studies, a Christian think tank has concluded there's overwhelming evidence of a positive correlation between what people believe and how it affects their health.

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Annual Religious Freedom Report Highlights Restrictive Laws
Annual Religious Freedom Report Highlights Restrictive Laws

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Laws against blasphemy and apostasy violate human rights and can inflame passions related to these matters, according to the latest annual U.S. government report on religious freedom.

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Two-Thirds Hear Social, Political Comments from Clergy
Two-Thirds Hear Social, Political Comments from Clergy

By: EthicsDaily Staff
A strong majority (64 percent) of U.S. citizens who attend religious services regularly have heard clergy speak from the pulpit on at least one of six leading issues, the Pew Research Center says.

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Premiere Screenings Scheduled for 'The Disturbances'
Premiere Screenings Scheduled for 'The Disturbances'

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Public, premiere screenings of EthicsDaily.com's forthcoming documentary, "The Disturbances," begin in September. Six cities in five states are on the schedule, with several more in the works.

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Churches Receive Majority of Charitable Gifts in U.S.
Churches Receive Majority of Charitable Gifts in U.S.

By: EthicsDaily Staff
The majority of charitable donations in the U.S. are given to churches, a Barna Group analysis says. The most generous cities are located in the South and the Midwest.

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Key Moral Issues Arise in Democratic Platform
Key Moral Issues Arise in Democratic Platform

By: Brian Kaylor
During this week's Democratic National Convention, delegates passed the final version of the Democratic platform, which clashes at times with positions of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.

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Key Moral Issues Arise in GOP Platform
Key Moral Issues Arise in GOP Platform

By: Brian Kaylor
As the GOP holds its national convention this week and Democrats are set for next week, both parties will hash out language for their platforms, which can impact those parties and public policy decisions.

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Corrections Spending Has Outpaced Education for Three Decades
Corrections Spending Has Outpaced Education for Three Decades

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Corrections' budgets at the state and local level 'have increased about three times as fast as spending on elementary and secondary education,' a U.S. Department of Education report says.

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Circle of Protection Request Meeting With Clinton, Trump to Discuss Hunger and Poverty
Circle of Protection Request Meeting With Clinton, Trump to Discuss Hunger and Poverty

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Circle of Protection seeks a meeting with both presumptive U.S. presidential nominees to discuss their plans to help the poor and hungry.

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Australian Baptist Leader's Long-Term, Healthy Ministry Tips
Australian Baptist Leader's Long-Term, Healthy Ministry Tips

By: EthicsDaily Staff
How does a pastor 'stay fresh' after a 40-year ministry with the same church? Bill Brown, senior pastor of Syndal Baptist Church in Australia, shared his insights in a video interview with EthicsDaily.com.

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