PBS Airs Religious Hiring Story Featuring IRFA President and Baltimore Rescue Mission
Religion & Ethics Newsweekly, the PBS television show focusing on religion topics, on May 28th aired the story, “Religious Hiring: Should a Federally Funded Faith-Based Group Hire on the Basis of Religion?” Unusually, it is a fair treatment of this heated issue. The show is available online.
Reporter Kim Lawton interviewed IRFA President Stanley Carlson-Thies for the story. The story also features the Helping Up Mission, a Baltimore ministry to homeless men, an organization that regards religious hiring to be crucial to its mission and effectiveness.