By: EthicsDaily Staff EthicsDaily.com's new feature-length film, "The Disturbances," tells what missionaries did in Nigeria in 1966 during a time of tribal genocide. It is an untold story that is finally getting its due on its 50th anniversary.
By: Brian Kaylor During this week's Democratic National Convention, delegates passed the final version of the Democratic platform, which clashes at times with positions of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
By: Renée Embree How do you handle vacation? When was the last time you took one? Play and vacation look different for all of us, but we need it. It's good and holy. Here are 10 suggestions to vacation well.
By: Dennis Bickers Pastor shortages will get worse before they get better. We have fewer pastors than we have churches, and nothing on the horizon will change this. Here are 7 options to help your church survive the shortage.
By: Robert Parham Dallas Police Chief David Brown said law enforcement faces a steady barrage of criticism and urged the silent majority to stand up and show their support. Here are four ways to do just that.
A teaser trailer for the forthcoming EthicsDaily.com documentary "The Disturbances," about Christian missionaries 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.