US Parents, Teens Tend to Affirm Same Faith, Practice

US Parents, Teens Tend to Affirm Same Faith, Practice

Teens in the U.S. tend to self-identify with the same faith tradition and practice many of the same faith expressions as their parents, according to a Pew Research Center report published Sept. 10. For example, 86% of teens of religiously unaffiliated parents...
Sharp Drop in Affirmation of Civil Rights Progress

Sharp Drop in Affirmation of Civil Rights Progress

A sharp drop in U.S. adults who see progress in civil rights for Black Americans has taken place in the past four years, according to a Gallup report published Sept. 9. Respondents were asked to answer the following question: “Thinking back over your lifetime, how do...
Report: Pandemic Expands US Inequality

Report: Pandemic Expands US Inequality

Inequality in the U.S. has been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a Center on Budget and Policy Priorities’ (CBPP) report published Sept. 4. In late July, 12.1% of all U.S. families said they didn’t have enough to eat at some point in the past week....
People of Good Faith: Tony Cartledge

People of Good Faith: Tony Cartledge

Tony Cartledge is contributing editor and regular columnist for Good Faith Media and weekly curriculum/resource writer for Nurturing Faith Journal and Bible Studies. What story, verse or passage from your faith tradition’s sacred texts has significantly...
Global Food Insecurity Could Hike by 11%

Global Food Insecurity Could Hike by 11%

Global food insecurity is expected to rise by 11% in 2020 due to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a U.S. Department of Agriculture report published in August. An additional 83.5 million people worldwide will face challenges in obtaining sufficient,...