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The Earth's Your Home. Why Not Take Care Of It? | Chuck Summers, Creation Care, Environment
The Earth's Your Home. Why Not Take Care Of It?
By: Chuck Summers
You cannot enjoy the blessing of home ownership unless you are willing to take on the responsibilities that come with it. We are blessed to call the earth home, so why don't we take care of it? Read More ...
Chuck Summers

Senator Shows Divide between U.S., Middle East Christians | Brian Kaylor, Ted Cruz, Israel, Palestine, Middle Eastern Christians
Senator Shows Divide between U.S., Middle East Christians
By: Brian Kaylor
When GOP Sen. Ted Cruz left the stage amid a chorus of boos during a conference, it vividly demonstrated a religious and political divide between many Christians in the U.S. and the Middle East. Read More ...
Brian Kaylor

Profiles in Goodwill: Kevin Heifner | Kevin Heifner, Profiles in Goodwill, EthicsDaily Staff
Profiles in Goodwill: Kevin Heifner
By: EthicsDaily Staff
Kevin Heifner, a nephrologist in Little Rock, Arkansas, serves as a board member of the Baptist Center for Ethics. You can learn more about him by checking out his profile. Read More ...
EthicsDaily Staff

Skype Interview: Grace Ji-Sun Kim on the Interfaith Summit | EthicsDaily Staff, Skype, Grace Ji Sun Kim, Climate Change, Environment, Creation Care
Skype Interview: Grace Ji-Sun Kim on the Interfaith Summit
By: EthicsDaily Staff
Grace Ji-Sun Kim, member of the World Council of Church's working group on climate change, talks to EthicsDaily.com via Skype about the interfaith summit on the environment. Read More ...
EthicsDaily Staff

Profiles in Goodwill: Michael Cheuk | Michael Cheuk, Profiles in Goodwill, EthicsDaily Staff
Profiles in Goodwill: Michael Cheuk
By: EthicsDaily Staff
Michael Cheuk, pastor of University Baptist Church in Charlottesville, Virginia, is a board member of the Baptist Center for Ethics. More details about him are in this profile. Read More ...
EthicsDaily Staff

Baptism Reminds Us of Our Calling to Heal a Broken World | Sam Chaise, Baptism, Canadian Baptist Ministries
Baptism Reminds Us of Our Calling to Heal a Broken World
By: Sam Chaise
Baptism reminds us that we have joined those who down through the ages have chosen to be on the side of God and his work, but healing a broken world is a daunting task. Read More ...
Sam Chaise

How Your Church Can Support Peace for Israel, Palestine | Leroy Seat, Peacemaking, World Council of Churches, World Week for Peace, Israel, Palestine, Gaza
How Your Church Can Support Peace for Israel, Palestine
By: Leroy Seat
As part of the International Day of Prayer and Peace on Sept. 21, churches and people of faith are being encouraged to support a just peace for Israelis and Palestinians. Will your church join? Read More ...
Leroy Seat

How to Make the Transition to Bivocational Ministry | Dennis Bickers, Bivocational Ministry
How to Make the Transition to Bivocational Ministry
By: Dennis Bickers
Transitioning from being a fully funded pastor to a bivocational one is never easy, but it will give you opportunities to meet new people and minister to them in ways that serving in a church will not. Read More ...
Dennis Bickers

Profiles in Goodwill: Clista Adkins | Clista Adkins, Profiles in Goodwill, EthicsDaily Staff
Profiles in Goodwill: Clista Adkins
By: EthicsDaily Staff
Clista Adkins, a minister currently living in Shreveport, Louisiana, is a board member of the Baptist Center for Ethics. Check out her profile here to learn more about her. Read More ...
EthicsDaily Staff

These Stats Shine Light on Local Church Health | Bill Wilson, Local Church, Leadership, Church Trends
These Stats Shine Light on Local Church Health
By: Bill Wilson
While the sobering statistics and gloomy projections about the health of the local church have clergy and lay leaders wringing their hands, don't neglect these hopeful trends. Read More ...
Bill Wilson

Profiles in Goodwill: Steve Vernon | Steve Vernon, Profiles in Goodwill, EthicsDaily Staff
Profiles in Goodwill: Steve Vernon
By: EthicsDaily Staff
Steve Vernon, associate executive director of the Baptist General Convention of Texas, is a board member of the Baptist Center for Ethics. Learn more in this profile. Read More ...
EthicsDaily Staff

Keeping Christian Social Action Work from Disintegrating | Jon Kuhrt, Social Capital, Community Engagement
Keeping Christian Social Action Work from Disintegrating
By: Jon Kuhrt
Churches excel at establishing social action projects. The big challenge is how these projects maintain a Christian ethos and continue to be explicit carriers of Christian hope. Read More ...
Jon Kuhrt

Why Your Church Needs to Learn How to Care | Joe LaGuardia, Pastoral Care, Compassion
Why Your Church Needs to Learn How to Care
By: Joe LaGuardia
Learning empathy and compassion are lessons that must be honed over time. They're not traits trait that we know just because we are human. And churches need to learn them too. Read More ...
Joe LaGuardia

Profiles in Goodwill: Babs Baugh | Babs Baugh, Profiles in Goodwill, EthicsDaily Staff
Profiles in Goodwill: Babs Baugh
By: EthicsDaily Staff
Babs Baugh, a member of Woodland Baptist Church in San Antonio, Texas, also serves as a board member of the Baptist Center for Ethics. Here is a little more about her. Read More ...
EthicsDaily Staff