People want pastors, other leaders to get out of comfort zone on tough issues
Few Americans trust traditional community leaders to lead difficult conversations, according to a new survey.
For kids, violence eclipses do-good messages of superhero movies
A study by BYU and Oregon researchers finds that little kids exposed to superheroes don't pick up on the defend-the-weak and help-others messages, but they do absorb the violence.
Baptist Joint Committee new leadership still fight for religious liberty
The new year ushered in a change in leadership at the Baptist Joint Committee on Religious Liberty, but the 80-year-old organization's commitment to safeguarding First Amendment religious protections for all Americans will remain unshaken.