Baptists Expand Their Mission Work in Netherlands By: Eron Henry About 80 churches with some 11,000 members make up the Union of Baptist Churches in the Netherlands. As Baptists migrate throughout the nation, church leaders seek to expand their missional focus.
Guatemalan Ministry Brings Life and Hope: Part 2 By: Brian Kaylor Standing in the city cemetery in Guatemala City, a contradictory mix of life and death covers the landscape. A nearby ministry started by a Guatemala Baptist leader seeks to tip the balance toward life.
Profiles in Goodwill: Mark Tidsworth By: EthicsDaily Staff Mark Tidsworth, president of Pinnacle Leadership Associates, is a featured columnist on EthicsDaily.com. He called his favorite Scripture passage, the Sermon on the Mount, the best hope for humanity's future.
What Early Christian Said About Our Conscience By: Rod Benson The notion of the conscience didn't figure prominently in the ethical teaching of New Testament writers, but later Christian thinkers developed the biblical concept in fruitful ways.
Warmest Year on Record Will Heat Up Christian Response By: Robert Parham The Catholic Church appears to be ready to take on climate change in an energetic way, putting them at odds with the anemic response from the U.S. Protestant community. Let civility prevail. Robert Parham