Why Must Christians Criticize Ice Bucket Challenge? By: Joe Kendrick As the ALS challenge has grown in popularity, some Christians on social media have been quick to criticize. Let's encourage do-gooders to do more instead of criticizing the good they are doing.
Christians in the Middle East: We Don't Want Visas By: Chris Hall Instead of offering Christians in the Middle East visas to escape violence, European and Western governments should be lobbying for them to return to their homes in peace, a Baptist leader says.
Connecting God's Kingdom to Your Daily Labors By: Zach Dawes How do you embody God's Kingdom in your day-to-day life? Labor Day offers you a time to reflect on this connection so the good news does not become disconnected from your life.
Prathia Hall: An Extraordinary, Ordinary Saint By: Courtney Pace Lyons Prathia Hall faced many obstacles in her life but didn't let them discourager her. She was a civil rights activist, Baptist preacher and a mentor to more than 200 African-American clergywomen.
Micro-Justice Initiatives Trump Macro-Justice Rhetoric By: Robert Parham We often hear calls for "macro-justice"—sweeping actions for social change to correct wrongs. Frankly, we need more micro-justice initiatives for social change and less macro-justice rhetoric. Robert Parham
Elijah Brown, assistant professor of missions at East Texas Baptist University in Marshall, Texas, talks with EthicsDaily.com about the religious history and context of Ethiopia. Learn more about Brown at etbu.edu/files/6313/8256/2150/E_Brown_Vita.pdf and ETBU at etbu.edu.