By: Michael Parnell Don't get bogged down over theology when you watch "The Shack," based on the best-seller. It's a movie that speaks to the millions who struggle with unresolved grief. (Photo: Lionsgate)
By: Jon Kuhrt When interacting with people who beg, Christians are often seen as soft touches. While we should help people in need and be as human and kind as possible, Christians need to stop being doormats.
By: Colin Harris The closing-the-borders mindset is prominent in our political life, but further reflection suggests that rhetoric may be a symptom of a deeper problem in our human experience, affecting even our theology.
By: Guy Sayles Our political system suffers from a paralysis that could become permanent. And followers of Jesus, whether conservative or liberal, must place "the least of these" at the center of our politics and economics.
By: Chris Hall Everyone should have access to clean water no matter where they live. To that end, BMS World Mission helped two impoverished communities - one in Uganda, the other in Peru - access clean water.
By: Frank Broome When it comes to racial reconciliation, simply trying is not enough. We must do. And that's why the New Era Baptist Convention and Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of Georgia found ways to worship and work together.
By: Lena Plunk While many don't even think twice when turning on the faucet, 663 million people throughout the world lack access to clean water. Here's what the national Woman's Missionary Union is doing about it.
By: EthicsDaily Staff Robert Parham's life and witness inspired us all to join him in the work of challenging people of faith to advance the common good. We look forward to strengthening and building upon this legacy.
By: Bill White After hearing a missionary speak about food insecurity, four young girls at Christ Journey Church in Miami wanted to do something about it. Their passion led to one of the church's most vibrant ministries.
By: Kevin Head Noah, a young man in Kenya, received a life-saving operation this year. He is one of many people who were treated by short-term mission teams from First Baptist Church of Roswell, Georgia.
By: Bill Ross Efforts by First Baptist of Marietta, Georgia, led to the creation of Pure Water Initiative Inc., a nonprofit that has so far provided drinking water to nearly 200,000 people in India, Indonesia and other nations.