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Thursday, May 26, 2016

Who's in Your Church? Members or Disciples?
Who's in Your Church? Members or Disciples?

By: Mark Tidsworth
Over the centuries, as church and culture and government blended, the word "member" took on a new meaning in church life. Members focus on rights and privileges. Members volunteer; disciples serve.

Broad Concern About U.S. Moral Condition
Broad Concern About U.S. Moral Condition

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Four out of five of all U.S. adults are concerned about the nation's moral condition, a Barna Group survey found. However, there was widespread disagreement about the basis of morality.

The Role of Individual Volition in Moral Formation
The Role of Individual Volition in Moral Formation

By: Stuart Blythe
Four interdependent areas contribute to moral formation. Individual volition is at the core of such formation. For Christian moral formation, it's the individual will in relationship to God.

Prison Ministry Deemed Important, But Not Prioritized in Many Churches
Prison Ministry Deemed Important, But Not Prioritized in Many Churches

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Few U.S. Protestant churches make prison ministry a priority, even though most churches support it, LifeWay Research found.