faith-based

faith-based

 (fāth′bāst′)
adj.
Being or associated with a religion or religious group: Many faith-based organizations provided shelter after the hurricane.
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Sueno has lauded the different faith-based groups all over the Philippines for their best practices in line with the anti-illegal drug campaign of the national government.
The new regulations dictate that individuals who receive services from publicly funded faith-based organizations must be notified of their First Amendment rights.
This work is an edited collection of 12 pieces on various aspects of youth work in the United Kingdom, especially faith-based youth work.
The Praeger Handbook of Faith-Based Schools in the United States, K-12
IDP/Samuel Goldwyn Films' "October Baby" became the latest faith-based film to impress at the box office, bowing to $1.
Bush's faith-based initiative (1) often claimed that it was not a serious public policy effort, but rather a political ploy aimed at pleasing the Republican white evangelical "base" and poaching African-American and Hispanic pastors and voters from the Democratic Party.
On April 24, President Bush and Secretary Spellings hosted community leaders, educators, and policymakers at a White House Summit on Inner-City Children and Faith-Based Schools.
First introduced at the federal level in 1996, the faith-based initiative was intended to increase the role of faith-based organizations (FBOs) in the provision of social services.
Faith-based inmate reentry programs, like faith-based efforts generally, have become increasingly popular in recent years.
All five of the major Hollywood studios have created marketing departments to target the growing demand for faith-based and family fare.
Hollywood has been abuzz lately with the big news that more faith-based movies like The Passion of The Christ and Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe are on the way, but the reaction so far has been rather mixed.
As we explored the possibilities, Dan settled on a faith-based residential treatment program.