Good Faith Media will now launch in July 2020, a decision made late last week by GFM’s executive leadership team.

After considering factors that include the ongoing pandemic, GFM events in June that were cancelled, and the benefit of an extra month to fine tune, Mitch Randall, Autumn Lockett and John Pierce agreed to delay the launch.

GFM is a new, expansive faith-based media company that combines the staff and resources of (Baptist Center for Ethics) and Nurturing Faith (Baptists Today).

The staffs of both Ethics Daily and Nurturing Faith already are working together as a cohesive unit in preparation for the official formation of GFM and the website launch.

Current offerings of both organizations will continue to be provided by GFM, which will be organized into four primary areas: news and opinion; videos and podcasts; book, journal and Bible study curriculum publication; and in-person experiential trips.

An FAQ answering questions about GFM is available here. Questions not addressed in this document can be submitted to

Social media accounts for GFM are currently active on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Vimeo.

A GFM Facebook group, “Good Faith Gathering,” has been launched to function as a virtual coffee shop for conversation and resource-sharing.

GFM also has launched a weekly podcast, “Good Faith Weekly,” in which Randall and Lockett discuss pressing news and events and interview a faith or community leader. It is available to stream online for free via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify and Whooshkaa.

A narrative podcast series, “Good Faith Stories,” will release its first narrative podcast on May 12. “Brother Molly” is a six-part series exploring the life and ministry of theologian Molly T. Marshall. It’s narrated by Erica Whitaker, senior pastor of Buechel Park Baptist Church in Louisville, Kentucky.

Learn more, and listen to a podcast trailer, at All six episodes, including a newly produced prologue and epilogue, will be available to stream online for free on May 12 via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify and Whooshkaa.

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