By: EthicsDaily Staff How do companies achieve success? When they communicate and demonstrate the importance of their core values and ethics, they are able to attract and retain quality employees, a study says.
By: Chris Hall The pressure on families in war-torn Syria is intense. For the many who flee, whether to Lebanon or Italy or other parts of Europe, their prospects are equally grim. How will the Western church help?
By: Kira Taylor Compiling and comparing nearly 140 academic studies, a Christian think tank has concluded there's overwhelming evidence of a positive correlation between what people believe and how it affects their health.
By: EthicsDaily Staff Laws against blasphemy and apostasy violate human rights and can inflame passions related to these matters, according to the latest annual U.S. government report on religious freedom.
By: EthicsDaily Staff A strong majority (64 percent) of U.S. citizens who attend religious services regularly have heard clergy speak from the pulpit on at least one of six leading issues, the Pew Research Center says.
By: EthicsDaily Staff Public, premiere screenings of EthicsDaily.com's forthcoming documentary, "The Disturbances," begin in September. Six cities in five states are on the schedule, with several more in the works.
By: Brian Kaylor During this week's Democratic National Convention, delegates passed the final version of the Democratic platform, which clashes at times with positions of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
By: Brian Kaylor As the GOP holds its national convention this week and Democrats are set for next week, both parties will hash out language for their platforms, which can impact those parties and public policy decisions.
By: EthicsDaily Staff Corrections' budgets at the state and local level 'have increased about three times as fast as spending on elementary and secondary education,' a U.S. Department of Education report says.
By: EthicsDaily Staff How does a pastor 'stay fresh' after a 40-year ministry with the same church? Bill Brown, senior pastor of Syndal Baptist Church in Australia, shared his insights in a video interview with EthicsDaily.com.
By: EthicsDaily Staff As Baptists from 50 nations gathered in Canada last week for the Baptists World Alliance annual gathering, EthicsDaily.com shot video interviews with Baptist leaders from around the globe.
By: Brian Kaylor The Baptist World Alliance's annual gathering frequently focused on religious liberty, passing resolutions that address religious-liberty violations in Nigeria and that urge Baptists to minister to refugees.
By: Brian Kaylor Canadian Baptists at the 2016 Baptist World Alliance annual gathering welcomed global Baptists to Vancouver, reflecting on their unique ministry heritage and context as they introduced their country.
By: Brian Kaylor Global Baptists discussed the COP21 agreement, emphasized the reality of climate change, and urged a more robust creation care theology at a commission meeting during the 2016 BWA gathering.
By: EthicsDaily Staff More than 65 million people were forcibly displaced by conflict in 2015, a United Nations' report says, which is nearly 6 million more than 2014. Over half of those forcibly displaced were children.
By: Brian Kaylor Global Baptists face a growing debate over how Baptist relief and development agencies could most effectively collaborate. The issue likely will be a focal point during the BWA annual gathering.
By: EthicsDaily Staff Younger adults comprise nearly one-fourth of the U.S. population, but that portion of young people is found in only one in 10 local churches, according to a Faith Communities Today analysis.