While politicians play the blame game during the government shutdown, another event showed how ecumenical collaboration is pivotal to advancing the common good in a broken world.
Retired warden Vernon Pittman created a scholarship foundation for the offspring of inmates and their victims. His story is one of several told in a new documentary from EthicsDaily.com.
Pinterest has been growing in popularity since going live in 2010. And now EthicsDaily.com has created a Pinterest page to offer another way for you to advance the common good.
Social media is an increasingly important means of disseminating information. With a few clicks, you can share all the content on EthicsDaily.com's website – even from your smartphone.
With more than 500 million members, Twitter was 2012’s fastest-growing social media platform. Learn how you can help EthicsDaily.com advance the common good through Twitter.
Networking is just as crucial in the digital world as it is in the physical world. Here are some ways you can help EthicsDaily.com advance the common good through Facebook.
The Baptist Center for Ethics began in hope. Hope has kept BCE on track and keeps it moving forward. But hope doesn't travel alone. Meet hope's five companions.
There's a lot one can learn after heading up the Baptist Center for Ethics for 21 years and EthicsDaily.com for a dozen. Here's a short list of seven lessons.
EthicsDaily.com has launched a mobile version of its website. The mobile site has six main sections and will be easier for on-the-go readers to access content.
Faith and taxes may be a forbidden topic in many houses of faith, but it was the focus of the Baptist Center for Ethics' annual luncheon during the CBF General Assembly.
Tickets are now available for the annual ethics luncheon during next month's General Assembly of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship. Buy them now before they go up on May 31.
A longtime Sunday school teacher has found EthicsDaily.com to be an excellent online resource for edification, inspiration, thoughtful articles and other information to challenge her.
After 20 years of service, we know the Baptist Center for Ethics didn't get to where we are without a lot of goodwill Baptists trusting our direction and underwriting our mission.
The Ministers and Missionaries Benefit Board presented its first Century of Service Leadership Award to Robert Parham, executive director of the Baptist Center for Ethics and executive editor of EthicsDaily.com.
The Baptist Center for Ethics – the parent organization of EthicsDaily.com – observes its 20th anniversary this year, challenging a religious myth that only conservative evangelicals can build vigorous organizations.
The first screening of the Baptist Center for Ethics' new documentary on immigration will be this June at the BCE's luncheon during the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship's general assembly. Tickets are available now.
When facing troubling days, when standing at the crossroads, the biblical witness urges God's people to remember, and walk in, the ancient ways. Make a commitment in an uncertain future to walk those ways faithfully.
Active people of faith support lots of good, nonprofit causes. Here are five reasons why goodwill Baptists and others ought to support EthicsDaily.com through its parent organization, the Baptist Center for Ethics.
EthicsDaily.com succeeds because it provides a place for goodwill people of faith to address a variety of issues mostly from a biblical vantage point and always out of a desire to advance the common good.
Some 300 people attended the Baptist Center for Ethics luncheon in Charlotte, N.C., the latest indicator that BCE's record of being on the cutting edge of moral engagement is on a successful track.
The greatest challenge facing goodwill Baptists is to move decisively away from the tradition, temptation and timidity of wall-building. It's time to build windmills.
A lawyer claiming to represent the developer of video games based on Tim LaHaye and Jerry Jenkins' "Left Behind" novels refused to accept a certified letter from the Baptist Center for Ethics answering allegations that EthicsDaily.com carried statements about the game that were "false and misleading."