By: EthicsDaily Staff Tired of dealing with the craziness of the Christmas season? See how one church confronts it to encourage a more meaningful observance in the latest video interview from EthicsDaily.com.
By: Sarah Stone Following two major earthquakes, Nepal is facing nationwide fuel shortages after more than two months of blockades along its border with India. The shortage is closing schools and affecting hospitals.
By: Paul Hobson The British government's welfare reform bill is a dangerous shift that will harm poor families and their children, according to a report from churches representing several faith groups.
By: EthicsDaily Staff More than 5 million children have had at least one parent with whom they live be incarcerated at some point in their childhood, a new report said. How are they affected by their parent's incarceration?
By: EthicsDaily Staff Nearly six out of 10 U.S. adults, 59 percent, see a conflict between religion and science, a 4 percent increase from 2009. People who went to church more frequently were less likely to see a conflict.
By: Hailey Brenden Research into gender-based violence during the Central African Republic conflict has led to the release of a powerful report with the potential to help survivors and inspire leaders to take action.
By: EthicsDaily Staff With 154 signatures from more than 40 countries, a diverse group of global faith leaders has issued a statement encouraging support of the U.N.'s climate change conference in Paris in December.
By: Paul Hobson Some 4,000 people, many of them women and children, languish in a refugee camp on France's northern coast. The threat of violence is high, a British Baptist pastor said. "They need some form of justice."
By: EthicsDaily Staff Persecution of Christians and other religious minorities by non-state actors, such as the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, was a primary emphasis in a new U.S. State Department report.
By: EthicsDaily Staff More than four out of 10 adults believe freedom of religion in the U.S. is less secure now than it was 10 years ago, a new Barna Group survey found. That's an 8 percent increase from 2012.
By: Brian Kaylor Baptists in the former Soviet-bloc nation of Georgia have divided over issues of homosexuality during the past two years. Three leaders there recently explained the controversy to EthicsDaily.com.
By: EthicsDaily Staff Ending a strike by Christian schools that began on Sept. 1, leaders of the Israeli government and the nation's Christian schools reached an agreement enabling students to return to classes.
By: EthicsDaily Staff Following a private meeting between President Obama and Pope Francis, the White House pledged its commitment to "advancing share values for a better world," including protecting religious liberty.
By: Paul Hobson Fifty-seven percent of people in England call themselves Christians, and one in five of those who don't is open to finding out more about Jesus after hearing Christians talk to them about their faith, a British report says.
By: EthicsDaily Staff Christian, Jewish and Muslim faith leaders signed a statement calling for a broad commitment to end hunger by 2030. Bread for the World released the statement signed by 67 leaders.
By: EthicsDaily Staff Sixty percent of U.S. adults have a positive perception of Pope Francis, up from 54 percent in 2014, a new report says. His favorability improved with Protestants and younger Americans.