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Hagee's End-Times Prediction: Spectacle over Substance | Garrett Vickrey, John Hagee, Predictions, Eschatology
Hagee's End-Times Prediction: Spectacle over Substance
By: Garrett Vickrey
Pastor John Hagee has predicted a "world-shaking event." Sadly, too much of our religious fervor has been reserved for spectacle and prophecy that has little to do with Jesus' life-saving mission. Read More ...
Garrett Vickrey

When We All Work Together, Great Change Happens | Bob Newell, Common Good, Cooperation
When We All Work Together, Great Change Happens
By: Bob Newell
Nearly 47 years ago, something extraordinary happened in Sweden overnight. It's a reminder that when we all work together for the common good, we can accomplish great things. Read More ...
Bob Newell

Why Churches Need a Theology of Prophetic Engagement | Elie Haddad, Missions, Leadership, Arab Baptist Theological Seminary
Why Churches Need a Theology of Prophetic Engagement
By: Elie Haddad
For Christian churches serving in a place where the majority of people are not Christians, it's vital to discover why God has placed them where they are and how they can reach their communities. Read More ...
Elie Haddad

When Democracies Don't Represent Everyone | Vinoth Ramachandra, Democracy
When Democracies Don't Represent Everyone
By: Vinoth Ramachandra
While the middle classes of the world resent the populism of politicians who exploit the ignorance of the peasantry, there is little comparable anger at the subversion of democracy by the super-rich. Read More ...
Vinoth Ramachandra

Atlanta Cable TV Station to Air New EthicsDaily.com Documentary | Through the Door, Prison Reform, Prison Ministry
Atlanta Cable TV Station to Air New EthicsDaily.com Documentary
By: EthicsDaily Staff
A cable TV station in one of the largest TV markets in the nation will air EthicsDaily.com's new documentary on prisons and faith on May 8, followed by four encore presentations. Read More ...
EthicsDaily Staff

Are You Reaching the Samaritans in Your Community? | Juan Aragon, Immigration, Samaritans
Are You Reaching the Samaritans in Your Community?
By: Juan Aragon
Jesus invites us to follow his example to go into forbidden territory to be in relationship with racially rejected and unwelcomed people so we can share the hope we have found in him. Read More ...
Juan Aragon

Ministry Provides Hope, Education for Indian Children | Sarah Stone, BMS World Mission, West Bengal, Missions, Good News Children's Education Mission, Education, Poverty
Ministry Provides Hope, Education for Indian Children
By: Sarah Stone
More than 50 children left the yellow bus and spent the next few hours singing, playing and laughing. But soon the bus would have to take them back to their impoverished lives on India's streets. Read More ...
Sarah Stone

Why You Need to Tell Someone You Love Them Right Now | Mitch Carnell, Encouragement, Kindness, Friendship
Why You Need to Tell Someone You Love Them Right Now
By: Mitch Carnell
So many folks make our lives worth living, yet we rarely thank them. Despite our best intentions, time passes and we don't say a word. What makes it so hard for us to tell others how much we care? Read More ...
Mitch Carnell

8 Spiritual Disciplines to Give Your Preschoolers | Brett Gibson, Spiritual Disciplines, Parenting, Discipleship
8 Spiritual Disciplines to Give Your Preschoolers
By: Brett Gibson
When it comes to laying a spiritual foundation in the livers of children, it's not the church that has the primary influence – it's the family. Here are eight steps to get your preschooler on the right path. Read More ...
Brett Gibson

Why Evangelicals Don't Build Bridges with Other Faiths | Rick Love, Interfaith Engagement, Common Grace, Great Commission, Evangelism, Peacemaking
Why Evangelicals Don't Build Bridges with Other Faiths
By: Rick Love
Many evangelicals have never learned to build bridges of love and truth to people of other faiths. "Preaching the gospel" sadly takes precedent over "loving your neighbor." Read More ...
Rick Love

The Quaker Contribution to Religious Liberty | Thomas Kidd, Religious Liberty, Quakers, Religious Persecution, William Penn
The Quaker Contribution to Religious Liberty
By: Thomas Kidd
The Quakers' conviction about religious liberty helped to establish the principle that governments should not punish people for living out their religious convictions. Read More ...
Thomas Kidd

The Most Important Sermons Aren't Spoken in Church | Michael Helms, Evangelism
The Most Important Sermons Aren't Spoken in Church
By: Michael Helms
Many people will never darken the door of a church, but they're open to knowing about God's love. That's why the most important sermons are given by ordinary folks in the highways and byways of life. Read More ...
Michael Helms

Knee-Jerk Reactions Against Science from Uninformed | William Hooper, Science, Faith Formation
Knee-Jerk Reactions Against Science from Uninformed
By: William Hooper
We should not try to prove science by the Bible or prove the Bible by science. Yet many so-called "defenders of God" automatically take offense when science seemingly contradicts the Bible. Read More ...
William Hooper

Holy Thursday – Our Reminder to Love One Another | Keith Herron, Maundy Thursday, Lord's Supper, Foot Washing
Holy Thursday – Our Reminder to Love One Another
By: Keith Herron
Maundy Thursday, or Holy Thursday, commemorates the Last Supper. It's a day in which we recall Jesus' new command to love one another, illustrated by his washing of the disciples' feet. Read More ...
Keith Herron

Does Your Church Love Your Neighbor by Caring for Creation? | Zach Dawes, Creation Care, Environment, Earth Day
Does Your Church Love Your Neighbor by Caring for Creation?
By: Zach Dawes
Persuading a church to become more eco-friendly is one of the most difficult "sales" of all, yet it's another way to live out our call to love our neighbor. And we can start with the midweek meal. Read More ...
Zach Dawes