By: Simon Jones It's mid-afternoon at the refugee camp in Calais, France. An autumn sun warms the air and the show is about to begin. A government spokesperson explains to the press that this is not a destruction, but a cleansing.
By: Christina Embree One day, your children are going to Google you? What will they find? Will they find that you social media self, your written words, are consistent with the things you are teaching them as truth, as right, as good?"
By: Brian Kaylor An estimated 1.4 million Syrians fled south to Jordan over the past few years, a number equivalent to about 20 percent of Jordan's population. For many in Jordan, welcoming refugees is an act of hospitality.
A teaser trailer for the EthicsDaily.com documentary, "The Disturbances," about Christian missionaries and Nigerian pastors saving lives in Nigeria in 1966 during a time of genocide. See production photos and video clips on the film's Facebook page, and follow @DisturbancesDoc on Twitter.