By: Greg DeLoach Professional athletes taking a knee during the national anthem have created an uproar. As followers of Jesus, and not football, there are times to take a knee. It's an act of submission to a greater power and a sign of humility.
By: Greg DeLoach As you hike life's trail, fears are a heavy burden weighing down your backpack. All of us pack what we fear. It's time to take a few things out of your pack and trust that you can carry on in this life's trek without them.
By: Greg DeLoach While we know we are our brother's and sister's keeper, we neglect them in so many small acts. When you believe only in looking out for yourself, you reject any notion that you are your brother's keeper.
By: Greg DeLoach After 10 years serving as First Baptist of Augusta's pastor, I had never met our Baptist neighbors across the street. Following the Charleston massacre, I knew it was long overdue for me to meet them.
By: Greg DeLoach We filter our email to weed out unwanted solicitations, but the church should be a place where all are welcome and no one is filtered out. Yet churches have many filters that need to be jettisoned.
By: EthicsDaily Staff Greg DeLoach, senior pastor of First Baptist Church in Augusta, Georgia, is a featured columnist on EthicsDaily.com. His favorite Scripture is in Genesis, where Jacob wrestles with the angel of the Lord.