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A month after Suzii Paynter announced she will transition out of her current leadership role, the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship released a profile for its executive coordinator position. […] Read More

When it comes to seeking a church to join, nearly half of U.S. Protestant churchgoers seek a congregation in which people share their political views, a report says. […] Read More

Two thirds or more of the Christian population in 35 nations affirmed high levels of religious commitment, says a Pew report. All but three were from these two areas of the world. […] Read More

Charles McGathy is pastor of First Baptist Church of Madison, North Carolina. Prior to that, he served as a Navy chaplain for 23 years. […] Read More

Volunteering and other hands-on ways of helping others are more likely to be seen as generous actions by U.S. adults over financial contributions, a report says. […] Read More

Among people who are opposed to genetic engineering of animals, one answer remains a consistent minor reason for their opposition – specifically, messing with God’s plan. […] Read More

By EthicsDaily.com Staff – Millions of children coming to the U.S. from Central America are migrating to escape poverty and violence, a report says. Those who are caught often migrate again when returned home. […] Read More

While 31 U.S. states authorize capital punishment for certain crimes, only 12 have put someone to death in the last five years, a new report says. […] Read More

Chris George is pastor of Smoke Rise Baptist Church in Stone Mountain, Georgia. […] Read More

When voters assessed U.S. presidents, moral values once again lagged behind management skills and issue positions, a Gallup poll says. […] Read More