Below are partner churches and organizations (listed in alphabetical order) who either provide direct funding to, or engage in joint initiatives with, EthicsDaily.com / Baptist Center for Ethics, as well as organizations with whom we collaborate on content regularly. Though not listed here, we’re grateful to the congregations who provide support through denominational giving programs, to the organizations that collaborate with us in other ways, and to the individuals who share articles from their personal blogs. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for details about becoming a partnering church, denomination or organization.
A cooperative missions and ministry organization that consists of over 1,400 autonomous churches in the Commonwealth of Virginia, and beyond.
A reader-supported, independent news organization providing original and curated news, opinion and analysis about matters of faith.
A catalyst in Baptist life, drawing together women and men in partnership with God to illuminate, advocate, and nurture the gifts and graces of women.
A global Baptist movement sharing a common confession of faith in Jesus Christ bonded together by God’s love to support, encourage and strengthen one another while proclaiming and living the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
A faith community that connects churches and people to mission engagement, congregational resources, leadership development, spiritual formation, ecumenical and interfaith networks and justice advocacy.
An organization rooted in the words of Jesus Christ found in Luke 4:18-19 that works to create vibrant, inclusive Baptist communities, building bridges in places previously marked by division.
A Baptist network in Missouri, also known as the Baptist General Convention of Missouri, serving churches as they fulfill the Great Commandment and the Great Commission.
A fellowship of Baptists in North Carolina sharing a commitment to the Lordship of Jesus Christ, sensitivity to the Holy Spirit in our midst, and a reverence for God’s Word.
A Christian network comprised of individuals and churches that work together to spread the hope of Christ.
A multicultural network of faith communities that improves lives and shares the love of God with people often discounted and overlooked by meeting spiritual and physical needs.
Local Church Partners
Located in Aiken, South Carolina, AFBC is a community of God’s children who are living abundantly in God’s light and love.
Located in Knoxville, Tennessee, BCBC is a dynamic, spiritual body, empowered by the Holy Spirit to share Christ with as many people as possible in its church, in community and world.
Located in Winston Salem, North Carolina, CPBC’s mission is to be a people gathered in Christ, nurtured in his Spirit, sent in his name.
Located in Asheville, North Carolina, FBCA is a caring and compassionate church which, like Jesus, accepts everyone and is committed to serving our neighbors, community, and world.
Located in Clemson, South Carolina, FBCC is an inclusive community of faith, seeks to worship, glorify, and serve God, as revealed in Jesus Christ, both locally and globally.
Located in Dalton, Georgia, FBCD is devoted to persistent prayer, sincere worship, unified communion, intentional missions, genuine witness, biblical foundation, integrity of salvation and sacrificial living.
Located in Frankfort, Kentucky, FBCF is comprised of everyday people following Christ on a journey of faith, seeking to be a worshiping community, a church on mission, a thinking, nurturing church and a relationship church.
Located in Gainesville, Florida, FBCG follows Jesus and lives God’s love together by worshipping, growing in faith, strengthening relationships, telling the good news and sharing God’s love.
Located in Greensboro, North Carolina, FBCG is A welcoming community of faith devoted to worship, spiritual formation and holistic ministry to our community and our wider world.
Located in Greenville, South Carolina, FBCG is a community of believers in God as revealed in Jesus Christ as Lord who believe in the authority of the Bible, the equality of all members, unity in diversity, and the priesthood of all believers.
Located in Morehead, Kentucky, FBCM is a community where it is safe to talk about your deepest, darkest concerns, where expressing uncertainty is not seen as abnormal or apostate, a hodge-podge of folks, old and young, who believe in God’s unconditional love for all.
Located in Raleigh, North Carolina, FBCR is a servant community of faith making disciples of Jesus Christ whose purpose is to worship God as revealed in Jesus Christ, study the Word of God as revealed in the Scriptures, and share the Gospel of Jesus Christ with all people.
Located in Richmond, Virginia, RFBC is a unique congregation where people from diverse cultural, ethnic, economic and religious backgrounds join together to put God’s love in action by working to bring the Kingdom of Heaven to Richmond, Virginia (KOH2RVA) and beyond.
Located in Norman, Oklahoma, GFC aims to be a body of believers standing on the truth of the Father, meeting the world with the embrace of the Son, and trusting the work of the Spirit to transform our lives.
Located in Kansas City, Missouri, HBC intentionally seeks what God desires us to be at this place and time, believing the family of God is inclusive of everyone, and celebrating that God’s community is made up of different types of people, with different perspectives, in different stages of life.
Located in Norman, Oklahoma, NHC is an inclusive family of Christ followers, inspiring, challenging, and equipping each other to participate in God’s great story.
Located in Atlanta, Georgia, NDBC is a welcoming and affirming congregation celebrating traditional worship, intergenerational friendships, provocative questions, and faithful social justice.
Located in Dallas, Texas, RLBC is an inclusive, multi-generational community of believers in God as revealed in Jesus that believes in the inspiration of Scripture, equality of all persons, unity in diversity and priesthood of all believers.
Located in Zebulon, North Carolina, ZBC is a Christian community that values Christ-centered worship, ministry rooted in the proclamation of the gospel, and fellowship that leads us toward the unity based on our shared faith in Jesus Christ.
Baptist Times of Great Britain is the online newspaper of the Baptist Union of Great Britain, publishing news and opinion pieces.
News about the BGAV and its affiliated congregations, as well as opinion pieces reflecting on a variety of topics are published regularly on the BGAV blog.
The BJC works with religious organizations providing education about and advocacy for religious liberty. BJC’s blog is updated regularly with news and columns focused on promoting and defending religious liberty for all.
BMS World Mission works among some of the most marginalized and least evangelized people, in some of the most fragile places on earth. Two magazines, “Mission Catalyst” and “Engage,” highlighting BMS initiatives and engaging global issues are published several times each year.
A global Baptist movement working to support, encourage and strengthen one another while proclaiming and living the Gospel of Jesus Christ. News releases about the work of BWA regional bodies are published regularly, along with a quarterly magazine, “Baptist World.”
CBM engages Canadian Baptist churches in their national and international endeavors to embrace a broken world in word and deed. News about the work of CBM and its partners is published on its website, along with “Mosaic,” a magazine published three times a year.
CBF is a network comprised of individuals and churches that work together to spread the hope of Christ. Its blog publishes news and opinion pieces related to the work of the Fellowship.
CBTS prepares women and men for seeking God, shaping church and serving humanity. President Molly T. Marshall publishes weekly reflections on a President’s Blog.
CHC is devoted to improving the spiritual, emotional and organizational health of churches and ministers. Its blog featured regular columns written by CHC consultants and coaches focused on healthy church leadership.
A religions organization based in Nazareth that offers latest updates from Middle Eastern newspapers published in Arabic, Hebrew and English, on issues related to the Christian faith, the Christian presence and human rights, as well as stories about local ministries and churches.
EBF is comprised of approximately 825,000 members in 61 member bodies in 52 countries, and serves as the European representative for the Baptist World Alliance. Its news page provides regular updates about initiatives of EBF and its partner congregations and organizations.
IMES is a research and resource institute of the Arab Baptist Theological Seminary in Beirut, Lebanon. Each week it publishes articles on issues significant to the MENA region, seeking to bring about positive transformation in thinking and practice between Christians and Muslims.
JRI is an educational charity with a vision to bring together scientific and Christian understandings of the environment in a way that can be widely communicated and lead to effective action.
NFP provides relevant and trusted information, thoughtful analysis and inspiring features rooted in the historic Baptist tradition of freedom of conscience. Its staff publishes blogs regularly and a journal is published six times a year.
PCI wages peace by bringing Muslims and Christians together and creating space for conversations to happen and real relationships to be built. PCI staff publishe articles regularly on the organization’s blog.
PLA is a professional group assisting clients to discern and live out their callings through purposeful living and working. PLA associates publish articles about leadership and creating healthy churches on the organization’s blog.
The Center is the University of Chicago Divinity School’s institute for advanced research in all fields of the academic study of religion. Its publication, Sightings, addresses events, agents and trends in public life related to religion.
The CLC is the ethics agency of the Baptist General Convention of Texas, assigned to speak to and with churches and individuals about important ethical issues.
TCC is an online magazine published by American Baptist Home Mission Societies, offering articles from diverse voices living and working at the intersection of faith and politics, discipleship and citizenship.
Created in 2008 by Lee Camp, professor of theology and ethics at Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tennessee, TOKENS is part great music, part theology lecture, part cultural analysis, and part good conversation. Its blog features regular publications from Camp and others reflecting on the intersection of Christian theology / ethics and culture.
Established in 1896, Word & Way’s mission is to accurately inform Baptists and others of relevant news; to promote the work of Christ; and to encourage inspirational living.