|On Prairies and People: Knowing Your Subjects|
By: Chuck Summers
Photographers can't capture the essence of their subjects unless they take time to know them. It's no different with people. We must spend time with them to fully appreciate them. Read More ...
|What Your Congregation Can Learn from Common Core|
By: Brock Ratcliff
Contrary to what others may think, Common Core is not an invasion by the federal government into our children's classrooms. And Common Core has a lesson for your church. Read More ...
|What the Bible Really Says about Slavery|
By: Larry Eubanks
Some say the Bible stops short of condemning slavery and actually seems to condone it. However, the biblical case against slavery is much stronger than that. Read More ...
|Tree Trimming Offers Guidance for Christian Discipleship|
By: Sara Powell
When the electric company trims your trees, you may not like the end result but their work keeps electricity flowing when you need it. What trimming needs to take place in your life to let God work? Read More ...
|Why Must Christians Criticize Ice Bucket Challenge?|
By: Joe Kendrick
As the ALS challenge has grown in popularity, some Christians on social media have been quick to criticize. Let's encourage do-gooders to do more instead of criticizing the good they are doing. Read More ...
|Christians in the Middle East: We Don't Want Visas|
By: Chris Hall
Instead of offering Christians in the Middle East visas to escape violence, European and Western governments should be lobbying for them to return to their homes in peace, a Baptist leader says. Read More ...
|Connecting God's Kingdom to Your Daily Labors|
By: Zach Dawes
How do you embody God's Kingdom in your day-to-day life? Labor Day offers you a time to reflect on this connection so the good news does not become disconnected from your life. Read More ...
|Prathia Hall: An Extraordinary, Ordinary Saint|
By: Courtney Pace Lyons
Prathia Hall faced many obstacles in her life but didn't let them discourager her. She was a civil rights activist, Baptist preacher and a mentor to more than 200 African-American clergywomen. Read More ...
Courtney Pace Lyons
|Ebola Threatens More Than Lives in Liberia|
By: Michael Helms
Fear grips the people of Liberia. The majority of 1,400 deaths from Ebola are in Liberia. Public gatherings are off-limits, health workers fear treating patients, and schools and hospitals are closed. Read More ...
|5 Reasons to Write Books for Your Own Congregation|
By: Chuck Warnock
Let's face it. All aspiring writers aren't going to make it on the best-seller list. So if you're a pastor, don't overlook the most obvious audience you have. Write for your congregation. Read More ...
|Which "Real World" Do You Really Want?|
By: Colin Harris
What's real-world experience mean? The term is commonly used to describe the marketplace, where success is measured by the bottom line, but other equally valid real-world experiences exist. Read More ...
|Ebola Creates Medical, Economic and Humanitarian Crises in Liberia|
By: EthicsDaily Staff
The isolation being used to curb the spread of Ebola in Liberia has negatively impacted its economy. Quarantines have heightened fear and tension, leading to violence. Read More ...
|What Americans Can Learn from Not Being in America|
By: Elizabeth Evans Hagan
We so easily take the dignity away from those who live outside the U.S. We often neglect the many gifts that come from being American. Here are three lessons we can learn when we're not in America. Read More ...
Elizabeth Evans Hagan