Resources on Human Rights

What if Christmas was a tool to go beyond our families and our borders to impact a physically and spiritually desperate world? Dan Darling sits down with Jeff Palmer, executive director of Baptist Global Response, to discuss the needs in... Continue...

Today is the International Day for the Abolition of Slavery, a commemoration of the date of the adoption, by the General Assembly, of the United Nations Convention for the Suppression of the Traffic in Persons and of the Exploitation of the... Continue...

A massive humanitarian tragedy is developing in Liberia and Sierra Leone. I'm not talking about the epidemiological tragedy, which will continue to unfold over the next several months. I'm talking about the inevitable state of these two nations after the... Continue...

An unsettling component of raising a child with special needs is the sense that, as a mother, my work will never be done.   Of course I will always remain “mother” to my three sons, but not in the same... Continue...

Amid the afternoon bustle of downtown Charlotte, N.C, an unlikely group gathers each day at 3 p.m. around a table in a corner restaurant. On this particular day, it is a homeless man, a homeless woman, a construction worker, a... Continue...

All of us have encountered people who do not have the basic necessities of life. To see someone without food to eat and ignore their situation goes against who we claim to be as God’s people. We know that. So, what... Continue...

Ryan West outlines how a church can help its surrounding community, and in turn, share the gospel. West is the national coordinator for LoveLoud at the North American Mission Board. LoveLoud is a movement of churches demonstrating God's love by meeting... Continue...

Feeding America is a nationwide network of 200 member food banks, the largest domestic hunger-relief charity in the United States. The Feeding America network of food banks provides food assistance to an estimated 46.5 million Americans in need each year,... Continue...

As LoveLoud Sunday approaches, we—at the North American Mission Board—would like you to lead your congregation to join the social justice movement currently underway among evangelicals globally. What is social justice? Social justice is a phrase that conjures up a vast... Continue...

Today marks the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act a landmark piece of civil rights legislation that outlawed discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. Here are five facts about the Act: 1. On June 11, 1963 two... Continue...