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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In addition, many faith-based organizations that are interested in providing social services have refused to contract with government because they fear losing their religious character and independence (Esbeck, 1996; Monsma, 1996).
It wasn't until July, however, that the Salvation Army's steadfastly antigay policies first got national exposure, when a memo surfaced that outlined a secret deal with the White House to give the organization--and other religious nonprofits--immunity from state and local laws banning antigay discrimination or mandating "equal benefits to domestic partnership." In exchange, the Salvation Army promised lobbying support for President George Bush's proposed faith-based initiative, which would funnel federal funds to religious charities.
PRESIDENT BUSH ON MAY 21, went to the campus of Notre Dame University to unveil his beloved "faith-based initiative" to give federal support to religious organization that deliver services to the needy.
Officiating at a capacity building workshop on anti-corruption for faith-based organisations recently, Ms Kebalepile said corruption was a monster, hence eliminating it needed all stakeholders on board.
It highlights the critical importance of faith-based organizations in the protection and integration of migrants in their vulnerable situations.
Abbott's signature on House Bill 3859 means such faith-based organizations can also place a child in a religious school; deny referrals for certain contraceptives, drugs or devices; and refuse to contract with other organizations that don't share their religious beliefs.
The faith-based initiative established with such fanfare by President George W Bush isn't in the headlines much anymore.
"Faith-based" groups that contract with the federal government must not use public funds for sectarian activities, the Obama administration announced in August.
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
Thousands of US citizens travel abroad to visit religious sites Thousands of US citizens travel abroad to visit religious sites and regions, but faith-based tourism is a two-way street.