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Profiles In Goodwill: Leroy Seat | Leroy Seat, EthicsDaily Staff, Profiles In Goodwill
Profiles In Goodwill: Leroy Seat
By: EthicsDaily Staff
Leroy Seat, a missionary to Japan from 1966-2004 who is both professor emeritus of Seinan Gakuin University and pastor emeritus of Fukuoka International Church, is an EthicsDaily.com columnist. Read More ...
EthicsDaily Staff

Walker: Morality Without God Is No More Than a Feeling | Chris Hall, BMS World Mission, Catalyst Live, Morality, Atheism
Walker: Morality Without God Is No More Than a Feeling
By: Chris Hall
Morality is defined by the character of God. An atheistic view of morality creates problems that even atheists recognize, according to Tanya Walker during Catalyst Live. Read More ...
Chris Hall

Standing Up to Hate Against Our Muslim Neighbors | Elizabeth Evans Hagan, Baptists, Muslims, Reformation Day, Protestant Reformation
Standing Up to Hate Against Our Muslim Neighbors
By: Elizabeth Evans Hagan
We live in a Christian society and don't face the level of persecution that Paul faced. But we can stand up to hate against our Muslim neighbors, just like these Oklahoma University students did. Read More ...
Elizabeth Evans Hagan

How to Keep Your Faith from Wilting | Bill Wilson, Materialism, Stewardship, Discipleship
How to Keep Your Faith from Wilting
By: Bill Wilson
Much of what we call faith and commitment is actually a thin veneer of religious ritualism that withers at the first hint of stress. To hear the Spirit's voice, we need to go deeper. Like Paul, we need to go to Arabia. Read More ...
Bill Wilson

Brueggemann: Churches Should Be Source of Greater Honesty | Sarah Stone, BMS World Mission, Catalyst Live, Sabbath, Honesty
Brueggemann: Churches Should Be Source of Greater Honesty
By: Sarah Stone
In an illusionary world that operates by euphemisms, the church should be the place where honesty is practiced, theologian Walter Brueggemann said at Catalyst Live in England. Read More ...
Sarah Stone

Profiles In Goodwill: Wissam al-Saliby | Wissam al-Saliby, EthicsDaily Staff, Profiles In Goodwill
Profiles In Goodwill: Wissam al-Saliby
By: EthicsDaily Staff
Wissam al-Saliby, partnerships manager at Arab Baptist Theological Seminary in Lebanon, is a featured columnist on EthicsDaily.com. His favorite Bible passage is Isaiah 6. Read More ...
EthicsDaily Staff

The Silent Majority in Middle East Seeks Peace | Jonathan Langley, BMS World Mission, Catalyst Live, Martin Accad, Middle East
The Silent Majority in Middle East Seeks Peace
By: Jonathan Langley
Most religious people in the Middle East – Muslims, Jews, Christians and others – make up a "silent majority" who are tired of fanaticism, says Martin Accad, speaking at Catalyst Live 2014. Read More ...
Jonathan Langley

Profiles In Goodwill: Bill Ireland | Bill Ireland, EthicsDaily Staff, Profiles In Goodwill
Profiles In Goodwill: Bill Ireland
By: EthicsDaily Staff
Bill Ireland, senior pastor of First Baptist Church in Dalton, Georgia, writes columns that appear on EthicsDaily.com. Genesis, Job and Philippians are his three favorite books in the Bible. Read More ...
EthicsDaily Staff

How Does Your Church Respond to Mental Illness? | Terrell Carter, Mental Health
How Does Your Church Respond to Mental Illness?
By: Terrell Carter
We are all equals created in God's image. Everyone deserves to be respected and cherished as precious children of God, including those who experience mental illness. Read More ...
Terrell Carter

The Man Who Made You Want Shiny Things | Jonathan Langley, BMS World Mission, Advertising, Economics
The Man Who Made You Want Shiny Things
By: Jonathan Langley
Edward Bernays changed advertising forever in the 1920s, turning it into the science of making people desire things that were being produced – even if they didn't need them. Read More ...
Jonathan Langley

If You Really Want to Make Your Pastor's Day, Try This | Barry Howard, Pastor Appreciation, Encouragement
If You Really Want to Make Your Pastor's Day, Try This
By: Barry Howard
Pastors have been showered with thank-you notes, homemade goodies and gift cards during Pastor Appreciation Month. But there's one thing you can do to ensure your pastor feels appreciated. Read More ...
Barry Howard

Profiles In Goodwill: Elie Haddad | Elie Haddad, EthicsDaily Staff, Profiles In Goodwill
Profiles In Goodwill: Elie Haddad
By: EthicsDaily Staff
Elie Haddad, president of the Arab Baptist Theological Seminary in Lebanon, writes columns featured on EthicsDaily.com. Find out why Acts 13:22 holds a special meaning for him. Read More ...
EthicsDaily Staff

4 Ideas to Guide Your Church Budget | Matt Sapp, Tithing, Budgeting, Discipleship, Charitable Giving
4 Ideas to Guide Your Church Budget
By: Matt Sapp
It's budget time for most churches. This is a time for spiritual self-assessment as your church organizes your plans to accomplish God's dreams. What does your budget say about your priorities? Read More ...
Matt Sapp

Middle East Christians: Strength Through Powerlessness | Elie Haddad, Middle East, European Baptist Federation, Religious Freedom, Religious Persecution
Middle East Christians: Strength Through Powerlessness
By: Elie Haddad
Middle East Christians are facing terrible tragedies on many fronts, but they're discovering how to be agents of hope to those around them with no hope. They may be powerless, but they're not weak. Read More ...
Elie Haddad

Profiles in Goodwill: Sam Chaise | Sam Chaise, EthicsDaily Staff, Profiles in Goodwill
Profiles in Goodwill: Sam Chaise
By: EthicsDaily Staff
Sam Chaise, executive director of Canadian Baptist Ministries, writes columns that appear on EthicsDaily.com. Find out why the book of Samuel is such an inspiration to him. Read More ...
EthicsDaily Staff