By: Chris Hall Tens of thousands of people are making the perilous trip across the Mediterranean Sea to the promise of a better life. Many don't survive, but mission workers in southern Italy are helping those who arrive.
By: EthicsDaily Staff Johnny McKinney is senior pastor of Boulevard Baptist Church in Anderson, South Carolina. His favorite Bible verses are a reminder that God's love gives us confidence for all of life's challenges.
By: David Fitch Fewer people are interested in Christianity, and that means how we approach church planting needs to change. Here are three expectations we must adopt to reach the post-Christendom parts of North America.
By: Martin Marty (The Martin Marty Center: Sightings) Pope Francis enjoys near universal acclaim. While the pope is building bridges with many, Catholics on the right are displeased by almost everything he says and does.
By: EthicsDaily Staff Jim Somerville, pastor of First Baptist Church in Richmond, Virginia, is a featured columnist on EthicsDaily.com. His favorite verse from Luke's Gospel is at the heart of what he wants his ministry to be.
By: Jesse Wheeler The world's total number of Muslims and Christians is expected to be nearly equal by 2050, a report says. The obvious conclusion: Both groups must learn to get along for the sake of global concord.
By: Zach Dawes While government funding of universal early childhood education is important, churches can help fill the gap by providing tutoring and mentoring at all levels, especially the early primary grades.
By: Sam Harrell Our planet has a limited amount of resources. At some point, demand will outstrip supply. Instead of blaming others, we must realize we're all culpable and must work together to achieve sustainability.
By: Joe LaGuardia The percentage of folks reporting no faith rose to more than 22 percent in the last seven years, but the percentage affiliating with Christianity has steadily decreased. The verdict: All Christians have a choice to make.
By: Dennis Bickers Pastors and churches should use social media to connect with their congregation and the communities they serve. However, they need to recognize and avoid the dangers with using social media.