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By: Mitch Randall Christians are waking up to the realization that the cosmic powers of darkness are working against the very people Jesus came to liberate and empower. These 6 practices will help you stand firm.
By: Mitch Randall As the world seems to grow darker from hatred, bigotry, war, violence, disease and more, BCE and EthicsDaily.com seek to offer an ember of truth. Join us in 2018 as we inform, inspire and empower.
By: R. Mitch Randall For 25-plus years, the Baptist Center for Ethics has informed Baptists about ethical and social justice issues. As this new era begins, we will continue to be a leading prophetic voice to Baptists and other people of faith.
The Executive Director of the Baptist Center for Ethics -- a 501(c)(3) registered in the state of Tennessee -- is ultimately responsible for leading the free-standing organization to challenge people of faith to advance the common good.
By: EthicsDaily Staff Robert Parham's life and witness inspired us all to join him in the work of challenging people of faith to advance the common good. We look forward to strengthening and building upon this legacy.
By: Robert Parham Fragmentary experiences inform and sharpen one's understanding of the world. As the Baptist Center for Ethics' executive director for 25 years, here are a few that have expanded my view of the world.
By: Robert Parham Plenty of serious issues have been tackled by the Baptist Center for Ethics over the last 25 years. But as we celebrate our quarter-century anniversary, let's focus on a few lighter moments.
By: Robert Parham Heading into the 25th year since the formation of the Baptist Center for Ethics is a good time to list some accomplishments and to acknowledge some shortcomings. Here are five of each.
By: Zach Dawes Using resources without supporting the organizations providing them is a growing challenge in many industries. And it has long been a challenge for local churches and faith-based nonprofits.