By: Dean Miller The Baptist General Association of Virginia and Ghanaian Baptists have distributed more than 80,000 mosquito nets into 270 villages in Ghana, resulting in a 43 percent decrease in malaria cases in those villages.
By: Jonathan Davis Opioid abuse is reaching epidemic proportions in our nation, and churches are not immune from this crisis. Here are three ways your congregation can meaningfully engage this epidemic.
By: EthicsDaily Staff Cases of malaria are declining worldwide, yet significant gaps remain as millions are still infected annually and hundreds of thousands die, a new U.N. World Health Organization report says.
By: John Finley Christian congregations do well to learn from the tragedy of The Holocaust and become, in the Prophet Ezekiel's words, a "watchman" on the gate in order to prevent future acts of genocide.
By: Eron Henry Malaria is a deadly but preventable disease. Baptists and other Christians are encouraged to join the battle to eradicate this most preventable of diseases. Some Baptist groups are already engaged in the fight.
By: Paul Beasley-Murray When it comes to church growth, Jesus is no magician. He builds his church through Christians who share their faith joyfully with others. But leaders have a key role to play in church growth.
By: Mitch Randall Malaria was eradicated in the U.S. in the early 1950s, but the disease still kills 438,000 people globally each year. These deaths can be prevented, and one Baptist church in Oklahoma is doing its part.
By: Sara Powell A Seder dinner at a friend's home offered a reminder that the story of God's chosen people is not an easy one. As the Israelites were in bondage, so are all of us enslaved. And only God can ultimately free us.
By: Fred Guttman The Holocaust is remembered through international observances twice a year, including one later this month. As the years go by, we mustn't forget what enabled the Holocaust to occur began long before World War II.
By: Helle Liht The first step toward environmental and climate literacy among Christians is how we read Scripture. We must read Scripture so that it holds together the natural world and the world of human beings.
By: Shane McNary When national policies motivated by short-term political goals endanger the long-term moral authority of the U.S., Baptists, as U.S. citizens, must not be silent in calls for justice and freedom.
By: EthicsDaily Staff Timothy Olagbemiro is a professor and pioneer vice chancellor of Edwin Clark University in Nigeria and served previously as vice chancellor of Bowen University, the largest Baptist university in Nigeria.