By: Zach Dawes Working conditions, treatment of employees and balancing labor with rest are poignant topics as Labor Day nears. The Bible says much about labor and wages, but they're often overlooked sermon topics.
By: EthicsDaily Staff The inmate population serving drug-related sentences in U.S. federal prisons has increased more than 1,800 percent since 1980. Mandatory minimum sentences have been a leading contributor to that growth.
By: Jon Kuhrt Millions who signed up to Ashley Madison, an online affair website, had their personal information hacked and made public. Rather than judgment, we should be saddened by all the grief being unleashed.
By: Paul Hobson British volunteers, including two Baptist ministers and several young Baptist church members, visited a migrant camp in a French coastal city where thousands hope to make it to Britain's shores.
By: Bill Wilson If your church or organization is experiencing low trust and conflict, the root causes likely have to do with these two words - character and competence. Your church sinks when either is lacking.
By: Martin J. Hodson and Margot R. Hodson Many climate change skeptics only seek evidence that will support their views. However, Scripture offers several examples to guide our response to their skepticism.
By: Jerrod Hugenot Veteran actor Ian McKellen portrays an elderly Sherlock Holmes in "Mr. Holmes," a film that revolves around memory and the way we tell our stories. It has some lessons for the church. (Photo: Roadside Attractions)
By: Danny Chisholm The actions of Jared Fogle and Josh Duggar are inexcusable and harmful. Their actions should give us pause to examine our own lives, knowing forgiveness and restoration are available through Christ.
By: Martin J. Hodson and Margot R. Hodson While most climate scientists agree that climate change is real and human-induced, the general public is less convinced. And powerful institutions, whose interests are threatened, are challenging the consensus.
By: John Rackley Does your church live out God's mission for it or does your church exist to find new members to keep it going? Here are three questions to help you determine if your vision is out of focus.
By: Ron Rolheiser When faced with political correctness, many of us are tempted to reject it. But what if something that's politically correct happens to be correct? In that case, principle trumps our feelings.