By: Austin "Mack" Dennis Many Christians perpetuate our problems by seeing no connection between our liturgical practices and our duty to our neighbors. The Lord's Supper and our resistance to healthcare for all are a prime example.
By: EthicsDaily Staff How can we keep prisoners from returning to crime after completing their sentences? Part of the answer relies on an efficient and effective integration of healthcare with other rehabilitative services, a report concluded.
By: Guy Sayles Our healthcare system, like many other institutions, seems like an unmerciful giant unwilling to change. Those in power want you to feel powerless. It's how they stay in charge. But you can make a change.
By: EthicsDaily Staff U.S. children have seen improvement over the past five years in 11 of 16 areas that serve as key indicators of well-being, a report said. Overall, children saw gains in economic well-being and health.
By: Zach Dawes We should praise President Trump's desire to rein in spending and reduce the national deficit, but we should also scrutinize and, when necessary, critique the means by which his administration proposes to do so.
By: Brian Warfield Jesus may have been called the great physician, but his work and life aligned fairly closely with the nursing profession. Here are 5 similarities between Jesus and the sacrificial work that nurses do around the clock.
By: Molly T. Marshall As provisions erode for our nation's most vulnerable, God hears the cries of the oppressed and empowers us to accomplish this holy intention. Now is the time to advocate for those who suffer unjustly.
By: EthicsDaily Staff Churches are a pipeline for gift-giving throughout the year. Here are more reports on what local churches are doing to support the common good in their communities during this Christmas season.