faith-based

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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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Actually, "I wish we were a faith-based organization," said Phipps, jokingly.
One of the first steps for a faith-based organization in its strategic planning should be a community assessment.
That exemption was expanded in 1972 to include all employees of a faith-based organization.
NO Basically, the whole premise of the licensure for drug and alcohol programs is built on a modality that differs greatly from a true faith-based organization.
Another faith-based organization with notable success rates is Prison Fellowship Ministries.
Before Charitable Choice a faith-based organization contracting with the government had to remove all religious symbols from the room where service was provided; forego any religious ceremonies (such as prayers at meals); accept all clients--even those opposed to the beliefs of the providers; hire staff that reflected society at large and not the organization's spirit and belief system; adhere to government contract regulations; and incorporate separately as an Internal Revenue Code [section]501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
Pat Robertson has responded to the promised federal largesse by bitching and moaning about the possibility that it will go to the wrong sort of faith-based organization, such as the Hare Krishnas, the Scientologists, the Moonies, or the Nation of Islam.
77 percent of the faith-based contractors regarded as "very important" the act of notifying clients that they need not participate in religious activities to receive services from a faith-based organization.
For example, a beneficiary who participates in The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP), or any other USDA service offered by a faith-based organization, must be notified in writing that he or she cannot be discriminated against based on religion, cannot be required to attend or participate in any privately funded religious activities that are offered separate from this federally funded program, and may request an alternative provider, if the beneficiary objects to the religious character of the organization.
This evaluation report of the process for partnering with a faith-based organization serves as documentation of the pilot test of the instruments and provides the baseline data for the HOPE program.
At times they'll use a faith-based organization, and at other times they won't,'' Runner said Friday at a news conference announcing the bill.
It would be difficult to find a faith-based organization staffed by non-believers of that faith, in my estimation.