By: Charles Parker Cross-cultural ministry is not always easy for the average church, but it's not impossible either. Ministering to international students, especially if your church is near a college or university, is a great way to start.
By: Leanna K. Fuller Churches can disagree on many things, but most of us agree that racism is fundamentally wrong. Saying nothing is both a mark of privilege and a sign of complicity. This is a time for moral courage.
By: Michael Parnell "Detroit" could not be a timelier movie. A gritty portrait of the 12th Street Riot of 1967, the film forces us to have a conversation about race - one that most of us don't want to have. (Photo: Annapurna Pictures)
By: Keith Herron Everyone in the continental U.S. will see at least a partial eclipse on Aug. 21. For some Christians, this occurrence is wrought with spiritual meaning. Give it meaning if you wish or just enjoy the spectacle.
A reception in memory of Robert Parham's 26 years leading Baptist Center for Ethics / EthicsDaily.com was held June 29, 2017, during the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship's 2017 general assembly in Atlanta. This PowerPoint, highlighting Robert's life, work and legacy, was on display during the reception.
Michael Cheuk, a member of the Baptist Center for Ethics board of directors and also part of the Charlottesville Clergy Collective, reflects on the faith witness in the midst of the Aug. 12 violence in Charlottesville, Virginia. Learn more at MichaelKCheuk.com and CVilleClergyCollective.org