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Around 1.6 million people live within three miles of the US’s top 100 toxic emission facilities, which produce 39% of all toxic emissions in the nation, a report said. Nearly 170,000 live within a mile of these facilities. […] Read More

Good Faith Media, a new media company being formed by Nurturing Faith and EthicsDaily, is hosting an after-hours event this summer during the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship’s General Assembly 2020. […] Read More

With over two-thirds of respondents in 34 nations calling it ‘very important,’ freedom of religion is among the most highly valued rights globally, but public appreciation varies widely between nations, a report said. […] Read More

Born into a legacy of Baptist frontier preachers, Molly T. Marshall blazed her own trail across the 20th and 21st centuries. A preview of a six-episode podcast about her life and work is available now from […] Read More

Although nationwide revenues and expenses for public education in the US are on a four-year upward trend, several teachers and education experts said more must be done to invest in our nation’s children. […] Read More

Nearly half of US adults are obese, the CDC says. Obesity has been rising over the past decade, with 40- to 59-year-olds as the age group with the highest obesity level, and men slightly more likely than women to be obese. […] Read More

The late founder of L’Arche International, Jean Vanier, ‘engaged in manipulative sexual relationships with at least six adult … woman,’ an inquiry found. Faith leaders called Vanier’s actions manipulative and horrifying. […] Read More

While an increasing number of products bear a recycling symbol, once consumers use the item and place it into a recycling bin, it often ends up in a landfill or is incinerated, a report said. […] Read More

As they learn skills in management and leadership, Turkish Baptists are working together to make Christ known among needy people in Turkey and are dedicated to social work among Iranian and Syrian refugees. […] Read More

With peace elusive and a return home uncertain, South Sudanese Baptist refugees have been meeting the needs of their fellow refugees in neighboring countries, providing food, shelter and education for children and youth. […] Read More