Faith Freedom 2020 is a collaborative effort to address issues of religious liberty that are unique to this election year and time of global pandemic and race relations. Content on this site comes from our three partner entities — Good Faith Media, Baptist News Global, and BJC. Each partner is responsible for its own content shared here. The project has been generously underwritten by the John and Eula Mae Baugh Foundation.

Learn more about our three partner organizations here:

Baptist News Global is a reader-supported, independent news organization providing original and curated news, opinion and analysis about matters of faith. We cover the people, events and ideas that are shaping American religion and culture . We do so from a perspective that is Baptist in heritage and ecumenical in spirit.

Good Faith Media provides reflection and resources at the intersection of faith and culture through an inclusive Christian lens. Its launch in July 2020 is the result of a merger between the Baptist Center for Ethics and Nurturing Faith/Baptists Today.

BJC, based in Washington, D.C., works to advocate for religious liberty for all. Its network includes attorneys, Capitol Hill insiders, ministers and scholars who work in the courts, with Congress and in the community to defend the First Amendment’s guarantee of religious freedom for every person, including those who don’t claim a faith tradition.